Accolades

Recognized throughout her academic and professional career for her contributions to environmental engineering science, Dr. Rodriguez’s expertise in product and process design have enabled our partners across industries to find the most effective, economical emissions solutions for their utilities. Dr. Rodriguez earned her PhD from the University of Florida, where she earned numerous awards and fellowships, published several papers, and gave many presentations.

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Awards

May 2014: Outstanding Undergraduate Academic Achievements Award, ESSIE

April 2015: Service to the Global Community Attribute Award, UF College of Engineering

March 2016: C200 Scholar Award, Committee of 200

January 2017: Best Poster Award, American Water Resources Association

January 2017: Madelyn Lockhart Emerging Scholar Awards, Association for Academic Women

Fellowships

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Recipient – March 2015

Ford Foundation Fellowship Predoctoral Honorable Mention – March 2015

Internationally known for his work developing activated carbon technology, Dr. Mazyck has held highly influential positions in emissions control in several industries, and continues to pioneer environmental solutions today. Dr. Mazyck received his Ph.D. from Penn State University in Environmental Engineering, and now holds a full Professorship of Environmental Engineering Sciences at the University of Florida.

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Awards

2009: Distinguished mentor of undergraduate research, Florida Blue Key

2001-2002, 2007-2008: John J. McCreary Outstanding Faculty Member Award, EES

2006: Outstanding Advisor Award, NSF AGEP

2001: Runner up for the Pergamon Prize best Ph.D. dissertation, American Carbon Society

1999: Mrozowski Award for best presentation, 1999 24th Biennial Conference on Carbon

Fellowships

Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society

American Carbon Society

American Chemical Society

Ford Foundation Fellow (1997-2000)

National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)

American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

Passed Engineering in Training Examination (EIT), Jan. 1996