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Professional of the Year for 2018 in Geology/Geo-Chemistry: Arthur W. Hounslow, Ph.D.

Member PhotoArthur W. Hounslow, Ph.D.
TitleProfessor (Retired), Oklahoma State University, School of Geology
Type of OrganizationUniversity
Major ProductHigher education
Area of DistributionNational
University/DegreeDiplomas, Applied Chemistry, Geology, Royal Melbourne Senior Technical College, Australia; B.S., Geology, University of Melbourne, Australia; M.S., Ph.D., Geology, Carleton University, Canada
Honors & AwardsSenior Technical Scholarships, 1949-53; Australia Prize in Gemology, 1961; Vice President, Victorian Branch, Gemological Association of Australia, 1961; Ontario Government Fellowships, 1965-68; Summer Research Fellowship, NSF Institutional Grant for Science, 1971; Member, Idaho State University Library Committee, 1972-74; Organized successful geology film series for the general public, Pocatello, ID, 1973; Vice President, Society of the Sigma Xi, Idaho State Chapter, 1973-74; President, Society of Sigma Xi, Idaho State Chapter, 1974; Participant in Science Fair judging, earth science exhibits, Pocatello, ID, 1972-74; Director, Brook Forest Water District, 1977-78; Honorary Award Winner, Rocky Mountain Federation of Mineralogical Societies, 1989
Published WorksAuthor, Hounslow, A.W., Water quality data: Analysis and interpretation, Florida: CRC Press Inc.; numerous book chapters, papers, EPA reports
AffiliationsRoyal Australian Chemical Institute, 1958-74; Geological Society of Australia, 1959-73; Mineralogical Society of America, 1963-79; Mineralogical Association of Canada, 1963-79; Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, 1964-70; Registered Geologist, State of Oregon, No. G669, 1978-99; Society of Sigma Xi, 1970-94; National Ground Water Association, 1980-2000; Society for Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 1980-84; Geological Society of America, 1982-98
Hobbies & SportsHorticulture, history, climate change
Work HistoryAnalytical Technician and Graduate Student, Dept. of Geological Sciences, Queen's University, Kingston, Canada, 1961-62; Graduate Student, M.S. Research, 1962-66, and Graduate Student, Ph.D. Research, 1966-68 Geology Dept., Carleton University; Research Associate, Dept. of Geology, Carleton University, 1968-69; Senior Project Mineralogist, Colorado School of Mines Research Institute, 1974-79; Geochemist, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Ground-Water Research Branch, 1979-81;Professor, School of Geology, Oklahoma State University, 1982-99
ChildrenPeter, Daniel, Brian
SpouseMadeleine M.
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