Sciences and Exploration Directorate (600) Awards Won

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GSFC Honor Award - Science Team

2015
Recipient: Maven Science Team (Joseph Grebowsky)

GSFC Honor Award - Science Team

2015
Recipient: Sheath Transport Observer for Redistribution of Mass (David Sibeck)

GSFC Honor Award - Science Team

2015
Recipient: Fast Plasma Investigation Commissioning Team (Alexander Barrie)

GSFC Honor Award - Science Team

2015
Recipients: Solar Dynamics Observatory Team (Barbara Thompson), The Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph (IRIS) Science Team (Alan Title)

GSFC Honor Award - Science Team

2015
Recipient: JWST Project Science Team (John Mather)

GSFC Honor Award - Technicians

2015
Recipient: Traci L Rosnack (673)

GSFC Honor Award - Science

2015
Recipients: Alexander Marshak (613), Nai-Yung Christina Hsu (613), Lok Nath Lamsal (614), Matthew T Deland (614), Brad Cenko (661), Francesco Tombesi (662), Hiroya Yamaguchi (662), Stefanie N Milam (691), Avi M Mandell (693), Michael Doyle Smith (693), Caroline Freissinet (699)

GSFC Honor Award - Quality and Process Improvement

2015
Recipient: BARBARA L GILES (673)

GSFC Honor Award - Mission & Enabling Support

2015
Recipient: Cassini CIRS Operations Team (Paul Romani)

GSFC Honor Award - Mission & Enabling Support

2015
Recipient: Paul N Romani (693)

GSFC Honor Award - Mentoring

2015
Recipient: Richard K Barry (667)

GSFC Honor Award - Leadership

2015
Recipients: Amber N Straughn (665), Craig J Pollock (673)

GSFC Honor Award - Engineering

2015
Recipient: alexander c barrie (673)

GSFC Honor Award - Robert H. Goddard Award of Merit

2015
Recipients: Pawan K Bhartia (610), Spiro Kosta Antiochos (670)

GSFC Honor Award - Professional Administrative

2015
Recipient: Christine M Baxley (603)

GSFC Honor Award - Outreach

2015
Recipients: Helen G Kostis (606.4), Robin H D Corbet (662), Lora Varley Bleacher (690)

GSFC Honor Award - Mission & Enabling Support

2015
Recipient: Discover Cluster Administration Team (Bruce Pfaff)

John C. Lindsay Memorial Award for Space Science

2015
Recipient: Steven L Snowden (662)
For developing the first physically coherent picture of the Local Hot Bubble.

AAS Harold C. Urey Prize

2015
Recipient: Geronimo L Villanueva (690)
The 2015 Urey Prize winner is Dr. Geronimo Villanueva. For his work with comets and with Mars’ atmosphere; his spectroscopic databases; his molecular calculations; his models of comet excitation; his work on the minor species in the Martian atmosphere, and much more, Villanueva is recognized as one of the best young spectroscopists in his generation. His additional work with instrumentation, programming ability, data handling and visualization skills, and collaborative team building collectively distinguish him.
Full Citation
NASA Press Release

NASA Honor Award - Exceptional Scientific Achievement Medal

2015
Recipients: Steven L Snowden (662), Tod E Strohmayer (662)
Stephen Snowden: For developing the first physically coherent picture of the Local Hot Bubble
Tod Strohmayer: For demonstrating the existence of intermediate mass black holes

NASA Honor Award - Outstanding Leadership Medal

2015
Recipients: Keith C Gendreau (662), Richard L Kelley (660)
Keith Gendreau: For outstanding leadership in bringing the Neutron Star Interior Composition ExploreR (NICER) instrument through Critical Design Review
Richard Kelley: For exceptional contributions to the development of high-resolution X-ray spectrometers and outstanding leadership of the Astro-H Soft X-ray Spectrometer team

Yoram J. Kaufman Unselfish Cooperation in Research Award

12.16.2015
Recipient: Brent N Holben (618)
The award recognizes “Broad influence in atmospheric science through exceptional creativity, inspiration of younger scientists, mentoring, international collaborations, and unselfish cooperation in research” and Brent is cited for “his seminal theoretical and experimental contributions to the remote sensing of clouds and aerosol properties, particularly in the development of AERONET.”
American Geophysical Union
AGU Citation

AGU Roger Revelle Medal

12.14.2015
Recipient: Anne M Thompson (610)
For outstanding contributions in atmospheric sciences, atmosphere-ocean coupling, atmosphere-land coupling, biogeochemical cycles, climate, or related aspects of the Earth system.”
American Geophysical Union

IUPAP Young Scientist Prize in Astrophysics

Sept, 2015
Recipient: Sylvain Germain Guiriec (661)
The 2015 IUPAP Young Scientist Prize in Astrophysics was awarded to Sylvain Guiriec for his “insightful and innovative contributions towards understanding the nature of Gamma Ray Burst (GRB) prompt emission, in particular the establishment of multi-component spectra, and the discovery of a new Peak Energy – Luminosity relation showing that GRBs can be used as standard candles and thereby as unique cosmological probes.”
2015 IUPAP Young Scientist Prize in Astrophysics

AMS Hydrologic Sciences Medal

09.29.2015
Recipient: Randal D. Koster (610.1)
The Hydrologic Sciences Medal is granted to researchers who make outstanding contributions to scientific knowledge in hydrology, hydrometeorology and/or hydroclimatology, including interactions between the land surface and the atmosphere. Dr. Randy Koster was selected for the inaugural medal “for ground-breaking contributions to the understanding of land-atmosphere interactions and their effects on hydroclimatic predictability and prediction.”
American Meteorological Society
Hydrological Sciences Medal

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