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SPOTLIGHT: Jahnelle Howe
Posted on October 28, 2019 Patience, Determination and Ambition are the main skills that Jahnelle Howe, a NOAA-CESSRST Fellow and graduate student in City College’s M.S. program in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. maintains to be successful in life. Jahnelle’s journey as a NOAA-CESSRST Fellow began...
SPOTLIGHT: Jahnelle Howe

Jahnelle Howe at the helm of the "Okeanos Explorer"

Two NOAA-EPP CESSRST Scholars Receive Best Research Presentation Awards at NOAA NESDIS Annual CoRP Science Symposium
Posted on September 15, 2019 Two NOAA-EPP supported doctoral candidates received honors at the NOAA NESDIS Cooperative Research Program (CoRP) Science Symposium, held August 27 – 29 at the University of Maryland at College Park. Equisha Glenn, a doctoral candidate in civil engineering at City College of New York, won second prize for Best Oral Presentation and Suhey Ortiz Rosa, who is working toward a PhD in marine sciences at University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez, won third prize for Best Poster.
Two NOAA-EPP CESSRST  Scholars Receive Best Research Presentation Awards at NOAA NESDIS Annual CoRP

Suhey Ortiz Rosa, seen with her NOAA mentor, took 3rd place in the Best Poster competition at the NOAA NESDIS CoRP Science Symposium.

Congratulation to our 2019 Graduates !!!!!!
Posted on June 10, 2019 Congratulation to our 2019 Graduates !!!!!!
Congratulation to our 2019 Graduates !!!!!!

18th NOAA-CESSRST Day: Inspiring the Next STEM Generation
Posted on May 29, 2019 New York, NY, April 30th, 2019– More than 300 middle school, high school and college students from across New York City participated in the 18th Annual NOAA CREST Day at The City College of New York / CUNY campus. Each year the open house event informs students from the New York metropolitan area about NOAA- related, educational, research, and professional opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).
18th NOAA-CESSRST Day: Inspiring the Next STEM Generation

SPOTLIGHT:  NOAA CESSRST and CCNY Delegates visits University of Maine at Presque Isle
Posted on April 3, 2019 PRESQUE ISLE— A delegation from the City College of New York will visit Aroostook County on April 3 and 4 as part of the weather research efforts that have been undertaken in northern Maine over the past decade. CUNY CREST-SAFE (Snow Analysis and Field Experiment ) is currently being carried out every winter seasons on the premises of Caribou Municipal Airport and National Weather Service office at Caribou, ME.
SPOTLIGHT:  NOAA CESSRST and CCNY Delegates visits University of Maine at Presque Isle

NOAA-CESSRST Scholar Harold Gamarro wins AMS Poster Competition 2019
Posted on January 10, 2019 Harold Gamarro, a NOAA-CESSRST graduate scholar majoring in Mechanical Engineering, was selected as a finalist and won the poster session competition during the 18th American Meteorological Society (AMS) Student Conference
NOAA-CESSRST Scholar Harold Gamarro wins AMS Poster Competition 2019

NOAA Winter Seasonal Campaign - Winter Preparedness
Posted on November 29, 2018 NWS is officially launching the Winter Seasonal Campaign Saturday, December 1, the first day of meteorological winter.
NOAA Winter Seasonal Campaign - Winter Preparedness

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NOAA CESSRST Faculty Dr. Miguel Velez Reyes Receives grant for Space Research
Posted on November 23, 2018 Dr. Miguel Velez Reyes, NOAA CREST Faculty and Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Texas, El Paso receives a $600,000 grant for research in remote sensing of space.  The project is supported by the Department of Defense...
NOAA CESSRST Faculty Dr. Miguel Velez Reyes Receives grant for Space Research

NOAA Story Maps: A Glimpse of NOAA Research in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.
Posted on October 31, 2018 NOAA's latest story map welcomes you to Boulder, Colorado in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains
NOAA Story Maps: A Glimpse of NOAA Research in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.

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NOAA Ship deploys 42 Buoys to strengthen ocean observations
Posted on October 6, 2018 NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown completes global mission to improve ocean observations vital to U.S. weather and climate predictions
NOAA Ship deploys 42 Buoys to strengthen ocean observations

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