Herndon receives International Association of GeoChemistry Faure Award

 

Elizabeth Herndon, Department of Geosciences graduate student and CZEN and CEKA member, was awarded the prestigious Faure Award during the 9th International Symposium on the GeoChemistry of the Earth's Surface for her poster entitled, "Movement of Manganese Contamination Through the Critical Zone." The conference was held June 3-7, 2011 at the University of Colorado in Boulder.

The IAGC Faure Award is given to the best student research presentation at each IAGC-sponsored conference or IAGC-organized technical session at a major conference. A student research presentation is defined as one with a student as senior author that is presented at the meeting by the student. This award consists of a certificate and a complementary 1-year membership to IAGC for the year following receipt of the award. The award recipient will be profiled in the IAGC Newsletter and on the Association website.