Our researchers, leaders and educators are making headlines with their innovative work, including tracking the fall of satellites from space.
Michigan Engineering Honors Faculty with Distinguished Awards
Three faculty members from U-M Climate and Space will be honored by the University of Michigan College of Engineering.
CLASP Students Earn Distinguished Awards & Honors
Four students from U-M Climate and Space garnered Leaders and Honors Awards from the University of Michigan.
Welling Named Director of the Center for Space Environment Modeling
Assistant Professor Dan Welling will lead the Center for Space Environment Modeling as the new director.
Applied Climate in Action: U-M Alumna Provides Analysis for Economic Impacts of Natural Disasters and a Changing Climate
After earning an MEng in Applied Climate at U-M, Lauren Navarro Crane puts her skills to work as an Analyst in New York City. Lauren shared her experiences from the Applied Climate program.
University of Michigan Reception Returns to the American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting in 2024
The U-M Reception will return to the American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting when it is held in Maryland in January 2024.
SunRISE Ground Radio Lab Gives High School Students the Skills to Conduct Radio Science and Astronomy
High school students around the U.S. participate in a radio science campaign for the SunRISE Ground Radio Lab, working with NASA’s SunRISE mission and the University of Michigan.
Research Earns UCAR Outstanding Accomplishment Award
A paper published in the Journal of Advances in Earth Modeling Systems has been awarded the 2023 UCAR Outstanding Accomplishment Award.
Researchers Lead Science, Discovery and Engineering Forward at AGU23
The University of Michigan Department of Climate and Space was well-represented at the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union in December.
Alumna Named to 30 Under 30 List by Forbes
Clare Luckey, a 2017 alumna of the University of Michigan Department of Climate & Space, has been named to Forbes’ 30 under 30 in the Class of 2024.
Li Receives NASA’s Exceptional Scientific Achievement Medal
Assistant Professor Cheng Li has been awarded the NASA Exceptional Scientific Achievement Medal for his work on Jupiter.
U-M Reception Returns to AGU23
The U-M Reception will return to the American Geophysical Union Meeting in December 2023.
Adapting to a Changing Climate: Graduate Students Present Applied Climate Solutions
Students in the Master’s in Applied Climate program at the University of Michigan presented on issues ranging from flooding and extreme rainfall to legislative impacts on energy.
Live Lessons Bring Work Focused on Antarctica to the Classroom
Scholars and scientists from U-M Climate and Space were interviewed for the Antarctica Live Lessons, which aim to inspire young learners with Antarctic science.
U-M Alum Taps into Data Sonification to Listen to the ‘Hum of the Sun’
Alumnus Robert Alexander uses data sonification to describe the “Hum of the Sun” for NASA’s Curious Universe podcast.
Congratulations to Our New Climate & Space PhD!
After receiving their Ph.D., Dr. Luo plans to continue conducting research in the area of tropical dynamics such as easterly waves, tropical depressions and tropical cyclones, along with their future projections under the circumstance of climate change.