Neil Gehrels is the recipient of the COSPAR's 2012 Massey Award for outstanding contributions to the development of space research, interpreted in the widest sense, in which a leadership role is of particular importance.
Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
E Dwek (665), Neil Gehrels (661)
Dr. Eli Dwek and Dr. Neil Gehrels have been named as fellows of the American
Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). The election of an AAAS
fellow is an honor bestowed upon AAAS members by their peers.
NASA Honor Award - Group Achievement Medal
BESS-POLAR II Recovery Team
AAS Rossi Prize
Fermi Large Area Telescope (LAT) Team
Fermi was recognized by the High Energy Division of the American Astronomical Society (AAS), which awarded the 2011 Rossi Prize to Bill Atwood (UCSC), Peter Michelson (Stanford) and the Fermi Large Area Telescope (LAT) team (which includes GSFC’s Julie McEnery and Dave Thompson) for providing new insights into neutron stars, supernova remnants, cosmic rays, binary systems, active galactic nuclei, and gamma-ray bursts.
ASD Peer Award
Judito B Concepcion (660.2), Megan E Eckart (662), Stephan F Fantasia (660.2), George W Gliba (660.1), Asami Hayato (660), Joanne Elizabeth Hill (662), Frederick G Huegel (560), Raksha Kapil (663), Steven John Kenyon (543), Sheila A Rahming (665), Karwan Rostem (665), John E Sadleir (553), Kenneth M Simms (660.3), Evan A Smith (660.1), Tomomi Watanabe (660)
NASA Honor Award - Exceptional Scientific Achievement Medal
Mei-Ching H Fok (673), Julie E McEnery (661)
John C. Lindsay Memorial Award for Space Science
Julie E McEnery (661), David J Thompson (661)
Julie McEnery and Dave Thompson have been jointly awarded the 2010 John C. Lindsay Memorial Award for Space Science. This annual award is presented to a Goddard employee for an outstanding contribution to space science or technology. This is one of the Center's highest forms of recognition for a scientific contribution.
Bryan Neal Duncan (614), Alexander A Moiseev (661), Matthew A Greenhouse (665), Randy A Kimble (667), John W Keller (691), NASA Center for Computational Sciences (NCCS) SCU5&6 Team, MERRA Team, Goddard VLBI Group Team
ASD Peer Award
Joseph S Adams (662), Meng P Chiao (660), Travis James Coffroad (662), Brenda Lee Hanrahan (603), Jessie Hughes (603), Akilah S Morgan (661), Don J Lindler (667), Caroline Z Maswanganye (660), Lawrence George Olsen (660.3), Aki Roberge (667), Charles Neal Sofge (660), Jean Hebb Swank (662), John C Vernaleo (661), Eric L Winter (661), Bruce E Woodgate (660)
National Academy of Sciences
Neil Gehrels (661)
Dr. Neil Gehrels has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences. Dr. Gehrels is Chief for the Astroparticle Physics Lab and PI for the Swift mission. He has served as Project Scientist or Mission Scientist for several other NASA missions and has published over 300 scientific papers. Being elected to the Academy is recognition of Neil's many accomplishments over the years.