Williams ’13 on Weather, Health

Augusta Williams '13 recently collaborated to produce a bulletin, "Emerging El Nino Conditions: Notes for the Global Health Community," as part of her graduate internship. Williams is currently a rising second-year student at Columbia's Mailman School of Public Health, working toward a master's of public health, with a certificate in climate and health. She is interning this summer at the Interna...  More >>

Crossett '15 Interns at Texas A&M

After braving the cold this past winter to conduct research for the "Ontario Winter Lake-effect Systems" (OWLeS) project, Caitlin Crossett '15 is enjoying the opportunity - and the weather - to intern at Texas A&M University this summer. Stationed in Houston, Texas, Crossett is interning with the Research Education for Undergraduates Program in the Atmospheric Sciences Department. She is work...  More >>

Weather and Wine

When Daniel Budmen'15 studied environmental meteorology with Associate Professor of Geoscience Neil Laird, he had no idea that setting up a weather station at a vineyard would lead him to want to pursue a career in grape growing - nor that by his last summer at HWS he'd be working in seven vineyards in Napa Valley, Calif. Currently an intern with Constellation Brands, Budmen is based out of the R...  More >>

VA Tech to Honor Grotzinger '79, S.D.'13

John Grotzinger '79, S.D.'13, the mission leader and project scientist in charge of the Mars Science Laboratory, received the 2014 Graduate Alumni Achievement Award from Virginia Tech at the institution's Graduate Commencement Ceremony on May 16. Created in 2003, the award honors its recipients for outstanding national or international accomplishments and exemplary contributions to their professi...  More >>

Howarth '16 Earns NOAA Hollings Award

Macy Howarth '16 was recently named to the prestigious Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship Program, making her one of just 106 students in the country who were selected this year. Offered through the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the highly competitive program seeks to increase undergraduate training in oceanic and atmospheric science, research, technology, outr...  More >>

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