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Accomplishments

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Professor Hausel authored more than 650 publications, contributed to 72 books, mapped >700 square miles of complex geological terrain, presented >400 lectures and talks, was presented >100 awards (national, international and regional), and made dozens of new mineral discoveries.

 

  • 2012 Nominated for Who's Who in America (66th Edition); Nominated for Who's Who in the World.
  • 2011 Who's Who in America; Who's Who in the World; Who's Who in Science and Engineering 2011-2012 (11th edition); Nominated for Man of the Year; Inducted iton Action Martial Arts Magazine's Hall of Honor, Atlantic City, N.J.
  • 2010 Who's Who in America; Who's Who in the World; Nominated fro DaVinci Diamond Award for Lifetime Achievements
  • 2009 PDAC Thayer Lindsley Award of Economic Geology for discovery of Donlin Creek gold deposit, Alaska (member of 7-man discovery team); Who's Who in American; Who's Who in the World; 2000 Outstanding Scientists of the World; Nominated for American Award of Merit; Hall of Fame for Distinguished Accomplishments' 100 Scientists of the World; Gold Medal for the US, 2009 Einstein Award for Scientific Achievement; Leading Intellectuals of the World.
  • 2008 Selected to IBC's 100 Top Scientists of the World; Who's Who in America; Who's Who in the World; Inducted into the USHOFMAA Hall of Fame, Maryland.
  • 2007 Leading Educators of the World IBC laureate; 21st Century Achievement Award in Science; Selected for the 10th Edition of Marquis Who's Who in Science & Engineering (appear in 6 of the 10 editions); Top 2000 Scientists of 2007-08; Who's Who in America; Who's Who in the World.
  • 2006 Archimedes’s Award - Outstanding Contributions to the Geological Sciences, Cambridge University, UK.
  • 2004 Wyoming Geological Association’s Distinguished Service Award.
  • 2003 Colorado Mining Association, Elected Member; International Order of Ragged Ass Miners, Colorado Chapter, Honorary Member.
  • 2001 Wyoming State Gem & Mineral Society Honorary Lifetime Member; Wyoming Prospectors’ Association, Honorary Member; Inductee, National Rock Hound & Lapidary Hall of Fame; National Rock Hound & Lapidary Hall of Fame Education Award.
  • 1998 University of Wyoming Department of Geology & Geophysics, Distinguished Lecturer; Rocky Mountain Prospectors & Treasure Hunters, Colorado, Prospectors Best Friend Award; Inductee, American Biographical Institute’s Millennium Hall of Fame.
  • 1994 Laramie Lyceum, Distinguished Speaker.
  • 1992 AAPG-EMD President's Certificate; Wyoming Geological Association, Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Endeavors & Contributions.
  • 1989 Geological Survey of Wyoming, Certificate of Award for Outstanding Service & Contributions.
  • 1985 Geological Survey of Wyoming, Certificate of Award for Outstanding Service & Contributions.
  • 1971 U.S. Army School of Artillery, Ft. Sill, Oklahoma Honor Graduate. 

 

Many of my achievements are listed in Who's Who in the West, Who’s Who in America, Who's Who in the World, Who’s Who in the 21st Century, Men of Achievement, Who's Who of Emerging Leaders in America, Who's Who in Science and Engineering, 2000 Notable American Men, 5000 Personalities of the World, Living Science, Great Minds of the 21st Century, and others.

 

 

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