2011 EAPS Student Awards

EAPS Education Office
Monday, May 16, 2011

A roll-call of this year's Excellence in Teaching, Crosby, Goetze and Rossby award recipients.

The W.O Crosby Award for Sustained Excellence

in recognition of acheivement, both academic and intellectual, as well as general contributions to the Department.

John Vince Agard '11

The Christopher Goetze Prize for Undergraduate Research

in recognition of innovative experimental design, care in data collection, and sensitive application of results to research problems.

Sean Wahl '11 for his thesis, Impact Modification of Mercury's Mantle Composition. Sean's research was supervised by Prof. Linda Elkins-Tanton.

A roll-call of this year's Excellence in Teaching, Crosby, Goetze and Rossby award recipients.

The Award for Excellence as an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant

in recognition of an undergraduate student teaching assistant in EAPS who has been selected by faculty and students to have met the highest standards of performance.

Alexandra Jordan'11

 The Award for Excellence in Teaching

in recognition of graduate student teaching assistants in EAPS who have been selected by faculty and students to have met the highest levels of performance.

Ben Black
Kathleen Munson
Alessondra Springman S.M. '11
Chris Follett

The Carl-Gustaf Rossby Award

in recognition of the best PhD thesis completed the preceding year within the Program in Atmospheres, Oceans and Climate. 

Brian Rose, PhD'11

for Oceanic control of the sea ice edge and multiple equilibria in the climate system. Brian studied climate dynamics in the Climate Program advised by Prof. John Marshall. Dr. Rose is now a visiting NOAA Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Washington. You can read more about Brian's work here.