Committees Roster

Below is a current list of AAEES Committees.   We are currently in the process of updating the committee descriptions. 

If you are interested in serving on a committee, contact Yolanda at YMoulden@aaees.org.

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  • AAEES/AEESP Joint Awards Sub-Committee
  • ABET-Engineering Accreditation Commission
  • ABET-Technology Accreditation Commission
  • Admissions Committee
    The Admissions Committee (AC) has responsibility for the stewardship of admission and certification eligibility of individuals with training and experience in an engineering discipline. The AC presents to the BOT candidates that the AC judges to meet the requirements for certification.
  • Air Resources and Pollution Control Committee
    It shall be the objective the committee to develop new materials such that the oral and written examination processes will test the competence of the applicant to a level commensurate with the standards of competency established by the BOT.
  • American Academy of Environmental Engineers Certification Board
    The American Academy of Environmental Engineers Certification Board is independently empowered to, in its discretion, grant and issue to any citizen of the United States or citizen of a foreign country found to be entitled to receive the same, a Certificate of Special Knowledge, in any of the specialty fields of environmental engineering designated by the BOT. The powers of the AAEECB are strictly limited to the above described certification actions. The certification actions of the AAEECB may not be modified or rescinded by the BOT.
  • American Academy of Environmental Scientists Certification Board
    The American Academy of Environmental Scientists Certification Board is independently empowered to, in its discretion, grant and issue to any citizen of the United States or citizen of a foreign country found to be entitled to receive the same, a Certificate of Special Knowledge, in any of the specialty fields of environmental science designated by the BOT. The powers of the AAESCB are strictly limited to the above described certification actions. The certification actions of the AAESCB may not be modified or rescinded by the BOT.
  • Applied Science Accreditation Commission of ABET
  • Audit Committee
    The Audit Committee, on behalf of the BOT, and independent of the BOT, is responsible for providing an independent and unbiased annual audit of the Academy’s financial condition. The Audit Committee will oversee and manage the selection of an auditor/audit firm, the annual audit and the report of the audit to the BOT.
  • Awards Committee
  • Bylaws, Policies & Procedures Committee
    The Bylaws, Policies & Procedures Committee has responsibility for the stewardship of all Academy Bylaws, Policies and Procedures. Jointly, organizational elements, Staff, the BPPC and the BOT are responsible for ensuring that the development of bylaws, policies and procedures and their implementation is done in an open forum to ensure full participation and mutual commitment to conform to the provisions of all Academy Bylaws, Policies and Procedures. This policy defines how the Bylaws, Policies and Procedures Committee (BPPC) will oversee and manage the development and process for the establishment of Bylaws, Policies and Procedures for the Academy.
  • Certification by Eminence Committee
    The purpose of this committee is to recruit, evaluate, and recommend suitably qualified candidates to the BOT for Certification by Eminence. Suitably qualified candidates include individuals with and without PE licenses.
  • Council of Engineering and Scientific Specialty Boards
  • Development and Upgrading of Examinations
    The Development and Upgrading of Examinations Committee shall be made up of an overall committee and several technical committees, each of which will be responsible for one of the specialty areas for which examinations are given and certificates granted. Responsibility for developing and upgrading the oral examinations covering all the specialties for which certificates are granted shall rest in the same committees.
  • EDI Statement and Code of Ethics Work Group
  • Engineering Education Committee
    The Committee will be responsible for: • proposing changes to ABET program criteria for Environmental Engineering, Environmental Engineering Technology, and Environmental Science as appropriate • cooperating with other professional societies that have lead responsibilities for ABET programs related to environmental engineering and environmental science • assigning Program Evaluators (PEVs) to visits • reviewing PEV reports • providing support to PEVs and accredited programs on interpreting and applying program criteria • recruiting, mentoring, and approving new PEVs; and • developing education policy initiatives for the Academy.
  • Environmental Communications Awards Committee
    Oversees the guidelines and judging of the Environmental Communications Awards.
  • Environmental Life Sciences Committee
    It shall be the objective the committee to develop new materials such that the oral and written examination processes will test the competence of the applicant to a level commensurate with the standards of competency established by the BOT.
  • Environmental Sustainability Committee
    It shall be the objective the committee to develop new materials such that the oral and written examination processes will test the competence of the applicant to a level commensurate with the standards of competency established by the BOT.
  • Excellence in Environmental Engineering & Science Awards Committee
    This Committee shall be responsible for: a. Establishing specific rules and procedures governing the conduct of this program, consistent with the provisions of these Bylaws. This shall include setting the number and types of awards, defining the criteria upon which entries are judged, formulating changes in rules and procedures as may be necessary from time to time, and other related tasks; b. Annually selecting the panel of judges; c. Providing advice and assistance in the Academy’s public education efforts related to the program; and d. Implementing such other responsibilities relating to the program as may be assigned by the President or the BOT.
  • Executive Committee
  • Finance Committee
    The Finance Committee shall: a. Prepare an annual budget for the BOT; b. Recommend to the BOT the amount of fees to be paid to the Academy by applicants for certificates of special knowledge in any field of environmental engineering, and the annual renewal fees to be paid by Diplomates; c. Have general supervision over the financial affairs of the Academy; and d. Annually report to the BOT on the financial status and activities of the Academy, including recommendations for the adoption or revision of any investment policies.
  • General Environmental Engineering Committee
    It shall be the objective the committee to develop new materials such that the oral and written examination processes will test the competence of the applicant to a level commensurate with the standards of competency established by the BOT.
  • Industrial Hygiene Committee
    It shall be the objective the committee to develop new materials such that the oral and written examination processes will test the competence of the applicant to a level commensurate with the standards of competency established by the BOT.
  • International Relations Committee
    The Committee shall serve as a resource for planning and positioning AAEES in international affairs, to assist others seeking to advance purposes similar to those of AAEES in other parts of the world, to assist officers and staff in responding to foreign guests, and to keep abreast of international developments and report findings and recommendations to the BOT.
 
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