Global Modeling and Assimilation Office , Code 610.1
Global Modeling and Assimilation Office (610.1) Awards Won
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Siegfried D Schubert (610.1)
Dr. Siegfried Schubert has been named a 2013 Fellow of the American Meteorological Society. A maximum of only two-tenths of one percent of the AMS membership is approved through the Fellow nomination process.
For exceptional dedication, stellar financial performance and outstanding support to peers to attain the organizational goals and missions.
NASA Honor Award - Outstanding Leadership Medal
Michele M Rienecker (610.1)
For implementing practices that have established NASA's GMAO at the forefront of Earth System Modeling and Data Assimilation Research.
GSFC Honor Award - Engineering
Lawrence L Takacs (610.1), Scott B Luthcke (698), Christopher S Johnson (699), Norman R Roy (441), Beverly A Serrano (441), Arlin Edgar Bartels (430), Benjamin B Reed (408), Daniel S Kaufman (542), Peter D Mule' (542), Joseph A Generie (543), Charles D Engler (544), Charles L Baker (592), Michael K Choi (545), Timothy A Schwartz (549), Peter A Morey (551), Kevin L Denis (553), Daniel Kelly (553), Mark A Stephen (554), Kongpop U-Yen (555), Douglas H Fineberg (301), Jay A Brusse (562), Kenneth A Label (561), Bruce D Meinhold (560), Victor L Bigio (582), Paul Ac Mason (591), Alice Liu (591), Jaime Esper (592), D Steven Cooley (595), Conrad Schiff (595), Katie L Ford (803), GOES-N Project Team (424), Max Launch Abort System Team (500), NuStar Mirror Fabrication Team (551), SDO GN&C Flight Support Team (591), SDO Propulsion Team (597)
Paul A. Newman (610), Randal D. Koster (610.1), Michael Hesse (670)
NASA/GSFC's Paul Newman, Randal Koster and Michael Hesse have been named fellows of tthe American Geophysical Union for their work in Earth and space science. Newman, an atmospheric physicist in the Atmospheric Chemistry and Dynamics Branch, was awarded the honor for his long-term contributions to atmospheric science. Hesse is the Chief of the Space Weather Laboratory and was elected for his long-term contribution to magnetospheric physics. Koster of the Global Modeling and Assimilation Office was nominated for long-term research in hydrological modeling.
Anthony D. Del Genio (611), Michael I. Mishchenko (611), Randal D. Koster (610.1)
Three scientists in the Earth Sciences Division were elected Fellows of the American Meteorological Society in 2007, Anthony Del Genio and Michael Mishchenko from the Goddard Institute for Space Studies and Randal Koster of the Global Modeling and Assimilation Office.
Anthony D. Del Genio (611), Randal D. Koster (610.1), Michael I. Mishchenko (611)
Dr. Anthony Del Genio, Dr. Randy Koster, and Dr. Michael Mischenko have been named 2006 Fellows of the American Meteorological Society. Election to grade of Fellow serves as a recognition of their outstanding contributions to the atmospheric or related oceanic or hydrologic sciences, or their applications, during a substantial period of years. A maximum of only two-tenths of one percent of the AMS membership is approved through the Fellow nomination process.