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Faculty Position in Planetary Science

Faculty Position in Planetary Science

CLASP invites applications from qualified candidates for a tenure track faculty position.
Assoc. Prof. Huang co-investigator on new ESA satellite mission

Assoc. Prof. Huang co-investigator on new ESA satellite mission

CLASP faculty member now co-investigator on two missions studying the far-infrared section of the electromagnetic spectrum for clues on climate change.
Why sea level rise models have been wrong

Why sea level rise models have been wrong

A Q&A with Jeremy Bassis, an expert on ice dynamics and contributing author of the IPCC’s latest report.
Two Climate & Space PhD students receive 2019-2020 MICDE fellowship

Two Climate & Space PhD students receive 2019-2020 MICDE fellowship

The students are part of a group of “extraordinary applicants…”
Associate Research Professor Kuranz named Fellow of the American Physical Society

Associate Research Professor Kuranz named Fellow of the American Physical Society

Assoc. Prof. Kuranz is Project Director of the Center for Laser Experimental Astrophysical Research (CLEAR).
Two Climate & Space PhD students honored at first-ever Machine Learning in Heliophysics conference

Two Climate & Space PhD students honored at first-ever Machine Learning in Heliophysics conference

CLASP PhD students win early-career awards for presentations.
Congratulations to new Climate & Space PhDs!

Congratulations to new Climate & Space PhDs!

Four CLASP graduate students earned their doctoral degrees over the summer.
NASA Goddard’s Dr. Mei-Ching Fok to give Climate & Space Alumni of the Year Lecture

NASA Goddard’s Dr. Mei-Ching Fok to give Climate & Space Alumni of the Year Lecture

Dr. Fok will receive the 2019 CLASP Alumni Merit Award.
Climate & Space Chair will give 2019 Birkeland Lecture in Oslo

Climate & Space Chair will give 2019 Birkeland Lecture in Oslo

Prof. Tuija Pulkkinen will deliver the prestigious talk at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters.
Asst. Prof. Keppel-Aleks to receive environmental award from American Geophysical Union (AGU)

Asst. Prof. Keppel-Aleks to receive environmental award from American Geophysical Union (AGU)

Recognition for outstanding contributions in the area of global environmental change.