Professor Allison Steiner joins a project to create a first-of-its-kind framework for analyzing energy burdens and strategies for decreasing carbon emissions.
Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering
Six U-M Carbon Neutrality Acceleration Program Projects Awarded a Total of $1.2M
Huang Discusses Using Spectral Observations in Climate Studies
Prof. Xianglei Huang delivered a lecture entitled “Studying climate through a spectral lens” as part of the Distinguished Climate Lectures series at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL).
New Space Innovation Laboratory To Support Research and Mission Planning
The new Leinweber Space Innovation Laboratory is coming to the Climate and Space Research Building in 2024.
Raising Awareness in Mental Health and Inclusion in the Sciences
During its annual meeting held in Chicago, the American Geophysical Union (AGU) broke ground by holding a session focused on Raising Awareness on Mental Health in the Earth and Space Sciences.
Brown Honored with Alumni of the Year Award
The U-M Department of Climate and Space congratulates Dr. Shannon T. Brown, who is the recipient of the 2022 Alumni of the Year Award.
Alumna Aisha Bowe Goes to Space
Aisha Bowe will make history when she boards an upcoming Blue Origin flight that will cross the Kármán line – the internationally recognized boundary between Earth’s atmosphere and outer space. She will be the first female U-M alum and sixth Black woman to do so.
U-M Student Wins NASA’s Visualization Competition
U-M Climate and Space graduate student Austin Brenner was among the seven winners of NASA’s Michael H. Freilich Student Visualization Competition focused on science storytelling and data visualization.
The engineers, researchers, and leaders at the Space Physics Research Laboratory are making headlines with their innovative work.
Student Delegation Travels to U.N. Convention on Climate Change
Yifan Guan and Yingxiao Zhang, Ph.D. candidates at U-M Climate and Space, served as student delegates to COP27 in November.
Research on Primary Biological Aerosol Particle Emissions Earns Student NASA Fellowship
Yingxiao Zhang has been selected to receive the Future Investigators in NASA Earth and Space Science and Technology fellowship.
Climate Change Education Created for High Schools
Faculty at U-M Climate and Space worked with the Battle Creek Public Schools system to create a stand-alone climate change course for high schools.
Engineering for Astronauts: BLiSS Teams Win Two NASA Projects
Two student proposals from the University of Michigan were chosen for development by NASA to support future missions.
Research on Closing Earth’s Energy Budget Featured in EOS
Research including work by Professor Christiane Jablonowski has been featured in EOS, after being published in the Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems.
Pulkkinen Appointed to Decadal Survey Steering Committee
With the goal of identifying the top priorities of science and future missions, the National Academies have launched a Decadal Survey for Solar and Space Physics, and appointed Professor Tuija Pulkkinen, Ph.D., to its steering committee.
Teaching a Course on Human Spaceflight, Matula Brings Career Experience to CLASP Students
From algae to astronauts, Matula’s NASA experience and research helps build the space curriculum at U-M Climate and Space.
Samson Named a Fellow of the American Meteorological Society
Professor Perry Samson has been named a 2023 Fellow of the American Meteorological Society.