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Dr. Ivonne Santiago: UTEP Partnership to Advance Electric Transportation and Sustainability
Posted on September 8, 2020 Dr. Ivonne Santiago: UTEP Partnership to Advance Electric Transportation and Sustainability on a Global Scale .
Dr. Ivonne Santiago: UTEP Partnership to Advance Electric Transportation and Sustainability

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Empowering Native Communities - A Voice for NOAA and Native Americans
Posted on August 19, 2020 ​Has NOAA celebrates its 50th anniversary, NOAA's Diversity and Professional Advancement Working Group with support from the NOAA Heritage Program has created the NOAA Legends video series
Adrian Diaz-Fortich Successfully Defends Thesis to Become Second NOAA CESSRST Fellow to Complete PhD
Posted on August 12, 2020 Adrian Diaz-Fortich successfully defended his doctoral thesis on Wednesday, July 29, 2020, to become the second NOAA CESSRST fellow to earn his PhD in 2020 as well as the second to present his defense remotely due to restrictions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.
Adrian Diaz-Fortich Successfully Defends Thesis to Become Second NOAA CESSRST Fellow to Complete PhD

NOAA CESSRST Faculty Maria Tzortziou receives NSF award on RAPID Proposal
Posted on August 10, 2020 CESSRST Faculty Maria Tzortziou on #NSF award on RAPID Proposal titled: “RAPID: Collaborative Research: Understanding linkages between nutrient quality and phytoplankton assemblage responses to COVID-19 stay-at-home orders in an urban, estuarine system”
NOAA CESSRST Faculty Maria Tzortziou receives NSF award on RAPID Proposal

Congratulation to our 2020 Graduates !!!!!!
Posted on July 26, 2020 Congratulations NOAA EPP Earth System Sciences and Remote Sensing Graduates! Thirteen NOAA EPP Scholars graduated in the pring of 2020 amidst the Covid-19 Pandemic
Congratulation to our 2020 Graduates !!!!!!

NOAA CESSRST Alumni, Yoribaldis Olivo contributes to fight against COVID-19 Pandemic
Posted on May 10, 2020 NOAA CESSRST Alumni, Yoribaldis Olivo now a structural engineer at Pratt & Whitney, was one of nearly 200 P&W employees who volunteered to create face shields that are being used in the fight against COVID-19.
NOAA CESSRST Alumni, Yoribaldis Olivo contributes to fight against COVID-19 Pandemic

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NOAA CESSRST Awards Fourth Lautenbacher Scholarship to SDSU Doctoral Student
Posted on May 9, 2020 Andrea Fenner becomes the fourth recipient of Vice Admiral Conrad C. Lautenbacher Public Service Graduate Scholarship, administered annually by the NOAA Center for Earth System Sciences and Remote Sensing Technologies (NOAA CESSRST).
NOAA CESSRST Awards Fourth Lautenbacher Scholarship to SDSU Doctoral Student

NOAA CESSRST Hosts its First Virtual Technical Meeting Amidst the COVID-19 Lockdown
Posted on May 6, 2020 ​The Fourth Annual CESSRST Internal Technical Meeting was held virtually on Wednesday, April 29th, 2020, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
NOAA CESSRST Hosts its First Virtual Technical Meeting Amidst the COVID-19 Lockdown

Andrea Gomez Successfully Defends Thesis to Become First NOAA CESSRST Fellow to Complete PhD
Posted on April 9, 2020 Andrea Gomez successfully defended her doctoral thesis Wednesday, April 1, to become the first NOAA CESSRST Fellow to earn her PhD and, because of the coronavirus pandemic, the first candidate to present her defense remotely. Dr. Gomez is a Cohort I NOAA EPP funded graduate fellow of the Center for Earth System Sciences and Remote Sensing Technology (CESSRST). She is based at The City College of New York, and she will receive her degree from the Graduate Center, CUNY, in Earth & Environmental Science. NOAA CESSRST is a NOAA EPP/MSI funded program under award NA16SEC4810008.
Andrea Gomez Successfully Defends Thesis to Become First NOAA CESSRST Fellow to Complete PhD

Andrea Gomez ready to present her thesis defense remotely because The City College of New York and other CUNY campuses were closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. She is the first NOAA CESSRST Fellow to complete the PhD.

Joshua Hrisko Takes 1st Place for Oral Presentation in AMS Urban Environment Symposium
Posted on March 12, 2020 NOAA CESSRST Fellow Joshua Hrisko won first place for best oral presentation in the 15th annual Symposium on the Urban Environment at the American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, January 16. His topic was “Quantifying the Heat Stored in Urban Environments Using Remote Sensing Technology.” The Manhattan resident is a 4th-year PhD candidate at City College of New York majoring in mechanical engineering.
Joshua Hrisko Takes 1st Place for Oral Presentation in AMS Urban Environment Symposium

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