Climate & Space students win AGU Outstanding Student Paper Awards

The Outstanding Student Presentation Awards are awarded to students for quality research in the geophysical sciences. | Short Read
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Climate & Space is happy to report that several CLASP students (and one recent PhD!) have received an Outstanding Student Paper Award for their presentations at this year’s American Geophysical Society (AGU) Fall Meeting in San Francisco. The Outstanding Student Presentation Awards (OSPAs) are awarded to promote, recognize and reward undergraduate, Master’s and PhD students for quality research in the geophysical sciences.

Congratulations to: 

Brett McCuen
Graduate Student
PRESENTATION TITLE:
“Characterization of Transient Geomagnetic Fluctuations and Associated Rapid Ionospheric Currents”
FACULTY ADVISOR:
Prof. Mark Moldwin

Samar Minallah
PhD candidate
PRESENTATION TITLE:
“Role of Moisture Flux Divergence in Mid-summer Precipitation Decrease over the Great Lakes Region” 
FACULTY ADVISOR:
Prof. Allison Steiner

Dr. Daniel Vech
PhD (2019)
PRESENTATION TITLE:
“Rapid Flux Angle Measurements in the Inner Heliosphere”
FACULTY ADVISOR:
Prof. Justin Kasper

Zihan Wang
PhD Candidate
PRESENTATION TITLE:
“Segmentation of Storm-Enhanced Density by Boundary Flows Associated with Westward Drifting Partial Ring current”
FACULTY ADVISOR:
Prof. Shasha Zou


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