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Awards

Roy E. Larsen Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2009

David Pines spent more than a decade as a practicing engineer before joining the CETA faculty. His engineering experience has brought an increased emphasis on practical applications to the engineering curriculum. Pines receives high marks for his classroom teaching, but it is the lessons his students learn outside the classroom that may have the most profound impact. Working through Engineers Without Borders (EWB ), Pines and his students designed and installed a solar-powered well and a rooftop rainwater collection system to bring a clean, sustainable water supply to residents of Abheypur, India. That project has now expanded well beyond CETA, involving students from other schools and colleges at the University, as well as area high school students and professional engineers.

ASEE Mechanical Engineering Division Best Session Paper Award, 2004

Early Career Award, ASEE Environmental Division, 2003

ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering Editor’s Award, 2002

Community Service Award, University of Hartford, 2001

ASCE Award in Appreciation for Services as ASCE Student Faculty Advisor, 2001-02

USEPA STAR Graduate Fellowship, 1995

AWWA LARS Scholarship, 1995

United Technologies President's Award for outstanding engineering achievement, 1991

University of New Hampshire Presidential Scholar Award, 1985

Pines on Where We Live

Speaking on the University's agricultural and microbusiness development projects in Kenya  Listen to radio show