Athalie Richardson Irvine Clarke Prize

The Athalie Richardson Irvine Clarke Prize, or “Clarke Prize”, is awarded annually by the National Water Research Institute (NWRI) of Fountain Valley, California. It consists of a gold medallion and $50,000 award for demonstrated excellence in the fields of water science and technology. It recognizes the highest contributions by an individual engaged in the discovery, development, improvement, or understanding of the issues associated with water quality, quantity, technology, or public policy.

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... The great-granddaughter of James Irvine (an immigrant who assembled about 120,000 acres (490 km2) of what is now Orange County to form the Irvine Ranch), Joan Irvine Smith ... As a leading philanthropist through the Joan Irvine Smith and Athalie R ... Clarke Foundation, Smith continues to champion the University of California at Irvine, funding important medical causes, including the Reeve-Irvine Research Center ...

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