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Thursday, August 15, 2019

Six JPSS SPARKS Students Present their Research Results

The JPSS Students Professional and Academic Readiness with Knowledge in Satellites (SPARKS) program held a nine-week course this summer for graduate students with speakers drawn from NOAA and Affiliate JPSS Scientists. In addition, each of the six students had a NOAA mentor to work with on a summer research project. The program just wrapped up and the students gave their presentations on their projects on Tuesday, August 6. Here are some of the highlights:
Wednesday, August 7, 2019

CoRP Science Symposium will be held on August 27-29 at UMD

CICS/CISESS is hosting this year's NOAA CoRP Science Symposium. It will be held at ESSIC on August 27 to 29. There will be awards for best presentation and best poster (1st, 2nd, 3rd). We have 20 speakers and 25 posters on topics including satellite, data, applied, and Earth system science.

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Aug 15, 2019 01:14 AM

Six JPSS SPARKS Students Present their Research Results

The JPSS Students Professional and Academic Readiness with Knowledge in Satellites (SPARKS) program held a nine-week course this summer for graduate students with speakers drawn from NOAA and Affiliate JPSS Scientists. In addition, each of the six students had a NOAA mentor to work with on a summer research project. The program just wrapped up and the students gave their presentations on their projects on Tuesday, August 6. Here are some of the highlights:

 
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CoRP Science Symposium will be held on August 27-29 at UMD

CICS/CISESS is hosting this year's NOAA CoRP Science Symposium. It will be held at ESSIC on August 27 to 29. There will be awards for best presentation and best poster (1st, 2nd, 3rd). We have 20 speakers and 25 posters on topics including satellite, data, applied, and Earth system science.

 
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Sheekela Baker-Yeboah wins Technology Rising Star Award

CISESS Scientist Sheekela Baker-Yeboah, who works with STAR/SOCD, has been selected to receive the 2019 Women of Color Outstanding ""Technology Rising Star" Achievement Award.

 
 
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