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PhD candidate selected for Rackham Fellowship

PhD candidate selected for Rackham Fellowship

The Rackham International Student Fellowship assists outstanding international students in their studies.
Congratulations to our new Climate & Space PhD!

Congratulations to our new Climate & Space PhD!

Dr. Zachary Butterfield is the latest to earn a CLaSP doctoral degree.
Prof. Steiner elected president of the AGU Atmospheric Sciences section

Prof. Steiner elected president of the AGU Atmospheric Sciences section

The prestigious position plays a major role in the formation of AGU science policy.
Prof. Tamas Gombosi to receive AGU John Adam Fleming Medal

Prof. Tamas Gombosi to receive AGU John Adam Fleming Medal

Prestigious honor conferred for “original research and technical leadership.”
Hurricane-tracking CYGNSS satellite system gets NASA renewal as it expands its reach

Hurricane-tracking CYGNSS satellite system gets NASA renewal as it expands its reach

Ocean wind tracker is finding new uses for inland studies.
Congratulations to our new Climate & Space PhD!

Congratulations to our new Climate & Space PhD!

Dr. Rajeswari Balasubramaniam will stay on at Climate & Space to continue her work on the CYGNSS hurricane satellite mission.
Congratulations to our new Climate & Space PhD!

Congratulations to our new Climate & Space PhD!

Dr. Yeimy Rivera will begin a post doctoral position at the Center for Astrophysics at Harvard.
CLASP doctoral candidate to receive UCAR fellowship

CLASP doctoral candidate to receive UCAR fellowship

Samar Minallah is a first-generation scholar from Pakistan who plans to help adapt climate models to better study the Himalaya-Karakoram-Hindukush mountain region.
More than $5M to improve solar storm forecasts

More than $5M to improve solar storm forecasts

U-Michigan researchers play lead roles in national effort funded by NSF, NASA.
North American cold-climate forests are already absorbing less carbon, study shows

North American cold-climate forests are already absorbing less carbon, study shows

By zeroing in on different high-latitude regions around the globe, researchers reveal what global averages mask.