Sciences and Exploration Directorate (600) Awards Won

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GSFC Honor Award - Engineering Team

04.08.2015
Recipients: GOES-R Space Environment In-situ Suite Development (Daniel Flanagan), GPM Command and Data Handling Subsystem Team (Scott Pursley), SMAP Radiometer Digital Electronics Team (Clifford Brambora), Goddard Wallops Hurricane and Severe Storm Sentinel (HS3) Capabilities Development Team (Shane Dover

GSFC Honor Award - Science

04.08.2015
Recipients: G. James Collatz (618), Serguei V Martchenko (614)

GSFC Honor Award - Science Team

04.08.2015
Recipients: GPM Algorithm Team (Robert Meneghini), GPM Ground Validation Team (Walter Peterson), Precipitation Processing System Team (Erich F Stocker)

GSFC Honor Award - Secretarial/Clerical

04.08.2015
Recipients: Sandra V Banks (610.W), Laura L Winter (610)

GSFC Honor Award - Outreach Team

04.08.2015
Recipient: GPM Outreach Team (Dalia Kirschbaum)

John C. Lindsay Memorial Award for Space Science

2014
Recipient: Paul R Mahaffy (699)

William Nordberg Memorial Award for Earth Science

2014
Recipient: Scott B Luthcke (698)
This award recognizes Scott's collective contributions in space geodesy applications to solid Earth geophysics, oceanography and especially cryospheric science where his pioneering work on ice mass concentrations has provided essential data for understanding environmental change.

IRAD Innovator of the Year

12.03.2014
Recipients: Andrew Walter Kupchock (612), Matthew J McGill (610), V Stanley Scott (694), John E Yorks (612)
Goddard’s Office of the Chief Technologist’s annual award for those who achieve significant results creating technologies developed under NASA Goddard Space Flight Center’s Internal Research and Development (IRAD) program. The team received the award for designing and building three Earth-observing climate-change instruments and pursuing existing platforms from which to fly the innovative concepts on-time and with limited resources.

NASA Honor Award - Group Achievement Award

Jul, 2014
Recipient: Brooke C Hsu (690)

NASA Honor Award - Exceptional Public Service Medal

Jul, 2014
Recipient: Mildred G Martin (691)

NASA Honor Award - Exceptional Engineering Achievement Medal

Jul, 2014
Recipients: J Thomas Nolan (699), Mehdi Benna (699)

NASA Honor Award - Exceptional Service Medal

Jul, 2014
Recipient: Amy A Simon (690)

NASA Honor Award - Distinguished Service Medal

Jul, 2014
Recipient: Richard R Vondrak (690)

GISS Best Publication Award

Jun, 2014
Recipients: Andrew A. Lacis (611), Jeffrey A. Jonas (611), Valdar Oinas (611), Gary Lloyd Russell (611), James Hansen
The article "The role of long-lived greenhouse gases as principal LW control knob that governs the global surface temperature for past and future climate change" by Andrew Lacis, James Hansen, Gary Russell, Valdar Oinas and Jeffery Jonas was voted the best research publication by the staff of Goddard Institute for Space Studies. The paper appeared in the journal Tellus B.
NASA/GISS Best Publications

Hale Prize

Jun, 2014
Recipient: Thomas L Duvall (671)
Dr. Tom Duvall, an astrophysicist at Goddard has been selected to receive the 2014 Hale Prize for his outstanding contributions over an extended period of time in the field of solar astronomy. Duvall received this honor for his invention and application of innovative helioseismic methods and resulting groundbreaking discoveries within the solar interior, including internal sound-speed and rotation profiles, meridional circulation, wave perturbations in sunspots, and large scale convection properties. Duvall will be awarded the Hale Prize during the 2014 American Astronomical Society Meeting in Boston on June 1-5. Dr. Duvall is one of the pioneers of helioseismology and has been working in this area for more than twenty years. He is at least partly responsible for a number of discoveries, including the relation commonly known as Duvall's law, the initial measurements of rotation and sound speed throughout much of the solar interior, and the asymmetry of solar oscillation spectral lines. In recent years he helped invent the technique known as time-distance helioseismology, in which travel times are measured between different surface locations.
Solar Physics Division of the AAS

GSFC Honor Award - Robert H. Goddard Award of Merit

05.08.2014
Recipients: Alice K Harding (663), Joseph B Gurman (671)

GSFC Honor Award - Outreach

05.08.2014
Recipients: Charles Kironji Gatebe (613), Amber N Straughn (665), Yihua Zheng (674), The Astrobiology Walk Design Team (Cynthia Cheung 695)

GSFC Honor Award - Mentoring

05.08.2014
Recipients: Sophie Marie Jeanne Nowicki (615), Balloon Experimental Twin Telescope for Infrared Interferometry Team (Stephen Rinehart) (665)

GSFC Honor Award - Leadership

05.08.2014
Recipients: Walter A Petersen (610.W), Ellsworth J Welton (612), John W Keller (691), Dennis C Reuter (693)

GSFC Honor Award - Diversity and Equal Employment Opportunity

05.08.2014
Recipients: John G Baker (663), Jane R Rigby (665)

GSFC Honor Award - Customer Service

05.08.2014
Recipient: Peter J Macneice (674)

GSFC Honor Award - Science

05.08.2014
Recipients: George J Huffman (612), Colin J Seftor (614), Elizabeth Anne Hays (661), Aki Roberge (667), Charles W Bowers (667), Daniel P Glavin (699), Operation IceBridge Leadership Team (Michael Studinger) (615), Landsat Calibration/Validation Team (Brian Markham) (618), Chelyabinsk Bolide Science Team (Nick Gorkavyi) (619)

GSFC Honor Award - Professional Administrative

05.08.2014
Recipients: Theresa A Wirth (690), Falvia M Brown (691)

GSFC Honor Award - Engineering

05.08.2014
Recipients: James C Storey (618), Ulrik B Gliese (673), Jan L Friskey Mcgarry (694), Philip W Dabney (694), FPI SuperSuite Test Team (Corey Tucker) (673), Space Geodesy Project Team (Stephen Merkowitz) (690)

James Kerley Award

04.04.2014
Recipient: Geoffrey Bland (610.W)
Geoff’s award is for transferring an "Aerodynamically Stabilized Instrument Platform" (AeroPod). This device is designed to provide a stable, lightweight structure to fly remote sensing and in-situ instrumentation from a kite or tethered blimp/balloon. Aeropods have been deployed to provide in-situ volcanic plume measurement experiments at Turrialba Costa Rica. They are in regular use at the Wayne County Regional Education Services Agency, putting this technology into the hands of over 2000 students and teachers to date.

The James Kerley award is an annual award given by the Technology Transfer Program to GSFC civil servants who has been instrumental in transfer technologies. The Kerley Award is named after James Kerley, longtime Goddard employee, inventor, and a champion of technology transfer. IPPO awards are not limited to engineering and technology, but also include scientific and visualization codes and software.

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