Christine Angelini, Ph.D., an assistant professor in the Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure & Environment, has received two awards for her achievements in the Department of Environmental Engineering Sciences — the 2019 Water Institute Faculty Fellow Early Career Award and the Cronin Award for Early Achievement by the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation (CERF).
The Faculty Fellow award is a three-year term. Dr. Angelini was recognized for providing substantial support to programs of the UF Water Institute including her participation as a faculty mentor in the Water Institute Graduate Fellows program, and for her contributions to interdisciplinary water research, according to the Water Institute. She was one of two recipients of this award. She was recognized at a Faculty Fellow Awards Celebration on October 22.
Dr. Angelini also received the Cronin Award at the 25th Biennial CERF Conference held in Mobile, AL, on November 4. She was selected due to her significant accomplishments in estuarine science and coastal restoration as well as her mentorship of other early career scientists. The Cronin Award recognizes junior scientists within the first six years of their career.