Rohi won first prize in the graduate student poster competition Sasha also won the prize for 2nd best graduate student poster Sasha was selected to be part of the AAG Middlestates team at the Geography Bowl in D.C. He was one of six top scorers among about 40 students competing for a spot on the team.
With the award, she will be able to conduct novel experiments on the Greenland ice sheet surface hydrology in the summer of 2018. Read about the award here.
Sasha Liedman wins an award from the AAG Cryosphere section for the best Ph.D. student presentation, the Ralph Stockman Tarr Award.
Sasha Leidman won the American Geophysical Union’s Cryosphere Student Innovation Award. Read more about this award here, and see the winners here.
Samiah is one of six students awarded the 2016 Dean’s Award for Excellence in Research in the Rutgers University Graduate School in New Brunswick. Here she is with Dean Jerome Kukor and Associate Dean Harvey Waterman at the awards ceremony.
Samiah Moustafa was selected for the Rutgers Graduate School of New Brunswick Dean’s Research Award 2016. She is also the winner of the Rutgers Department of Geography Graduate Research Excellence Award. Both awards are highly competitive. Congratulations to Sam!
Samiah Moustafa was awarded this new scholarship that only was given out to 15 applicants! Read more about the program here.
Patrick (Yunpeng) Lyu received the SAS Excellence Award, the Rutgers College Scholarship. This award is given to students with an excellent academic record, a strong record of service to the university and/or the community, and who wrote an outstanding essay.
Vincent Quinton received the 2015 award for the best undergraduate student presentation by the AAG Cryoshere section. The award is also known as the Ralph Stockman Tarr Award.
Together with Smith’s group at UCLA, we will continue our exploration of the Greenland ice sheet surface streams with the support of NASA. See more here.