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Blaise Veres Undergraduate degree: B.S. Physics, minor in Mathematics, Gettysburg College 2022 Research Interests: Planetary Science Fun Facts: Juggling is one of my biggest hobbies; the most I can juggle is 5 balls. I am fascinated by philosophy, history/philosophy of science, religion, and music/musicology. I love playing racket sports; especially badminton, table tennis, and pickleball. Contact me if you want to play! Dissertation Advisor: Kurt Retherford
Undergraduate Degree: B.A. Physics, University of South Florida, 2021 Research Interests: Planetary atmospheres, UV/IR spectroscopy, exoplanets, climate Fun Facts: I enjoy learning languages, hiking, and calligraphy.
“Spectral and Mineralogical Analysis of Planned CLPS Landing Sites with LRO-LAMP.”
Congratulations to Kris Pritchard!
Elizabeth will be joining Texas State University (her alma mater) as a lecturer in their Physics Department this Fall.
Congratulations to Joon Kim who recently published a research article in the Journal of Space Physics!Jessica Armstrong2023-06-14T15:53:24+00:00
The article is titled "A Multi-Satellite Case Study of Low-Energy H+ Asymmetric Field-Aligned Distributions Observed by MMS in the Earth's Magnetosphere”
The American Geosciences Institute (AGI) congratulates Dr. Christine Ray on her selection as the 2023-2024 William L. Fisher Congressional Geoscience Fellow. The Fisher Fellowship offers geoscientists the unique opportunity to spend a year in Washington, D.C., working as a staff member in the office of a member of Congress or with a congressional committee.