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Multiple EAPS Graduate Students Receive IN Space Grant Consortium Fellowship

Multiple EAPS Graduate Students Receive IN Space Grant Consortium Fellowship
07-20-2017

Three EAPS graduate students have been selected for a NASA-affiliated graduate fellowship.

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EAPS Graduate Student Awarded NASA Fellowship

EAPS Graduate Student Awarded NASA Fellowship
06-21-2017

Youmi Oh, an EAPS graduate student studying environmental geosciences, has been awarded the NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship (NESSF).

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Dr. Doug Schmitt Selected for Stephen and Karen Brand Endowed Chair of Unconventional Energy

Dr. Doug Schmitt Selected for Stephen and Karen Brand Endowed Chair of Unconventional Energy
06-19-2017

Dr. Doug Schmitt will be joining the EAPS department in fall 2017 as the Stephen and Karen Brand Endowed Chair of Unconventional Energy, which was made possible by a generous gift from Stephen R. Brand, an EAPS alumnus, and his wife, Karen.

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EAPS Graduate Student Awarded Multiple Fellowships

EAPS Graduate Student Awarded Multiple Fellowships
06-13-2017

Marie McBride, an EAPS PhD student studying planetary science, has received the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship and the Amelia Earhart Fellowship.

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New Version of Scholar Powers Meteorology Classes

New Version of Scholar Powers Meteorology Classes
06-12-2017

Learning scientific computing for the first time can be challenging enough, without the additional hurdles of installing and configuring the necessary software. Thanks to the updated, interactive features of Purdue’s Scholar cluster, those hurdles have been removed for Dr. Baldwin’s meteorology students.

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