The department invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position with expertise in the broad space sciences and space weather area, spanning from heliosphere to ionosphere-thermosphere sciences.
U-M Climate & Space Invites Applicants for Tenure-Track Faculty in the Space Sciences
New SWORD Center Will Lay Groundwork for Better Space Weather Forecasts
Researchers from the University of Michigan collaborate with CU Boulder to make new Space Weather Operational Readiness Development (SWORD) Center a reality.
Talaat Honored as Alumni of the Year
Dr. Elsayed Talaat has been selected as the Alumni of the Year at the University of Michigan Department of Climate and Space.
Lojko Receives Outstanding Award at AMS Conference
Alexander Lojko, a Ph.D. student at the University of Michigan Department of Climate and Space, was selected to receive an Outstanding Student Poster Presentation Award.
NASA Selects Two U-M Student Teams to Develop Artemis Mission Prototypes
Two University of Michigan teams including BLiSS will design innovative ideas to support NASA’s Artemis mission challenges.
Leaders from NASA Mentor Emerging Scientists for Future Spaceflight Missions
The University of Michigan hosts the 2023 NASA PI Launchpad to improve access to future flight missions for emerging scientists and engineers.
U-M Space Institute Presents Film ‘Unknown: Cosmic Time Machine’ and Panel Discussion
Join us for a special screening and panel discussion featuring Dr. Thomas Zurbuchen and Film Director Shai Gal with “Unknown: Cosmic Time Machine,” on September 27.
U-M Climate and Space Welcomes New Faculty and Leadership
As the academic year opens, U-M Department of Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering welcomes new leadership and new faculty.
Our researchers, leaders and educators are making headlines with their innovative work, including methane emissions and their impact on climate change.
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Our researchers, leaders and educators are making headlines with their innovative work, including flooding and the impact of natural disasters on local communities.
Our researchers, leaders and educators are making headlines with their innovative work, including mega-storms on Saturn.
CLEAR Center Launched at U-M Climate & Space to Improve Space Weather Forecasting
Better forecasting could protect astronauts and instruments from solar eruptions that release damaging, high-energy particles.
Our researchers, leaders and educators are making headlines with their innovative work, including severe weather and storms.
Summer Program Offers Climate and Space Research Activities to Students Across the US
A diverse group of students attended the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) programs PICASSO and SPACE at University of Michigan Climate and Space in the summer.
Hopkins and Briggs Receive Outstanding Staff Awards
In June, the U-M Department of Climate and Space held its annual Decadal and Staff Appreciation Day to celebrate the contributions of the staff.
Our researchers, leaders and educators are making headlines with their innovative work, including severe weather and the impacts of climate change.