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.
Summer Program Offers Climate and Space Research Activities to Students Across the US
From Urban Residents to Michigan Farmers, Master’s Students Seek Solutions to Climate Challenges
Graduate students in the Applied Climate program study climate-related problems, from inner city Detroit to apple orchards.
Shi Wins Climate & Space Student Photography Contest
Tong Shi, is honored as the winner of the new Climate and Space Student Photography Contest at U-M Climate and Space.
Students Garner Leaders and Honors Awards
Six students from U-M Climate and Space garnered Leaders and Honors Awards from the University of Michigan.
American Meteorological Society Features Work by U-M Climate & Space
Faculty, students and researchers from the U-M Department of Climate and Space made an impact at the 103rd American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting.
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.
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.
LearningClues Revolutionizes Education in College Lectures
Tech is revolutionizing the way college students absorb lectures, after University of Michigan Prof. Perry Samson led an interdisciplinary to invent LearningClues.
Interdisciplinary Student Team Places in Science Policy Writing Competition
A team of University of Michigan students earned second place in the Forefront and NSPN 2022 Science Policy Writing Competition.
A Festive Fall: Students Across Disciplines Brighten Up the Department
Student life at U-M Climate & Space has been bustling this fall, as students from both the climate sciences and the space sciences side come together to celebrate community. Even the Sun is smiling!
Research on Designing a Next-Gen Heavy Ion Composition Spectrometer Earns Student a NASA Fellowship
Tyler Eddy has been selected to receive the Future Investigators in NASA Earth and Space Science and Technology fellowship.
Student View: Advocating for the Geosciences on Capitol Hill
Graduate student Natasha Dacic attended a science policy workshop in Washington, D.C., to speak with legislators about the importance of Earth science research. She shared her experience.
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.
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.
Equatorial Plasma Bubble Research Proposal Earns Student a NASA Fellowship
Graduate student Alanah Cardenas-O’Toole has been selected to receive the highly competitive Future Investigators in NASA Earth and Space Science and Technology fellowship.
Mercury Magnetosphere Research Proposal Earns Student a NASA Fellowship
Changkun Li has been selected for the competitive Future Investigators in NASA Earth and Space Science and Technology fellowship.