Please join us in congratulating EPS graduate student Kimee Moore who has been awarded the Graduate School’s Merit Fellowship for 2018-19 for her research proposal titled, “NASA Juno Mission at Jupiter: Searching for secular variation in Jupiter's magnetic field”. Great work Kimee!
We are very pleased to announce our new graduate students who will be joining EPS starting next academic year. Many thanks to everyone for their efforts during the student visits. We look forward to welcoming these students in person later this summer. Natasha Bednarz - Marine Denolle; Marisa Borreggine - Jerry Mitrovica; Stephen Bourguet - Dan Schrag; Hairuo Fu - Roger Fu; Camille Hankel - Eli Tziperman; Kim Hess - Roger Fu; Zeyuan Hu - Zhiming Kuang; Katherine Keller - Dave Johnston & Dan Schrag; Makoto Kelp - Daniel Jacob; Seth Olinger - Marine Denolle; Elise Penn - Daniel Jacob...
Please join us in congratulating several of our teaching fellows from the Fall 2017 semester who are recipients of the Harvard University Certificate of Distinction in Teaching from the Bok Center! This certificate is awarded to teaching fellows and teaching assistants who earn an overall score of 4.5 out of 5.0 or higher (with a minimum of five evaluations) on the Q evaluations completed by students in their courses. Recipients will be honored by the Bok Center at a reception in April. Thank you to all of our TFs and TAs who work hard to...
The winners of the 2016-17 Shaler Teaching Award are Lauren Kuntzwho was a TF for SPU 29 The Climate-Energy Challenge in Fall 2016 and EPS 231 Climate Dynamics in Spring 2017; and Kimee Moore who was a TF for EPS 52 Global Geophysics: A Primer in Spring 2017. The Shaler Teaching Award is given annually to teaching fellows who exhibit excellence in teaching. Each recipient of this award receives an "Outstanding EPS Teaching Fellow" certificate, an engraved Estwing rock hammer, and $500. Great work Lauren and... Read more about EPS Shaler Teaching Award Winners!
We are delighted to share the news that graduate students Tia Scarpelli and Jonathan Moch have been awarded fellowships starting next academic year. Tia was awarded the four-year NDSEG (National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate) Fellowship and Jonathan was awarded the one-year Switzer Environmental Fellowship. These are great accomplishments. Congratulations Tia and Jonathan!
Please join us in congratulating our graduating students this year. We wish them every success in the years to come. It has truly been an honor to have them as part of the EPS community! And please remember, you always will have a home here in EPS!
Graduate Students: Anna Lea Albright (MS), Phoebe DeVries, Athena Eyster, Matt Hayek, Claire Healy-Leavitt, Hannah Horowitz, Chris Horvat, Sarah Hurley, Shannon Koplitz, Harriet Lau, Ding Ma, Andy Masterson, Chris Miller, Cristi Proistosescu, Adrienne Propp (MS), Jonathan Tucker, and Alex Turner.
EPS graduate student Sunny Park has been awarded the Graduate School’s Merit Fellowship for 2017-18 for her research proposal titled “The Earth Revealed by New Seismological Approaches - Insights into the Deep Processes from Top to Bottom”. Well done Sunny!
Please follow this link to an article in Harvard Magazine featuring the work of Drew Muscente and Andy Knoll - "Ranking Extinctions by Ecological Impact". The article looks at past extinction-level events and draws a potential link to what they may suggest in relation to current environmental conditions.