Preston named to 2016–2017 Leshner Leadership Institute for Public Engagement

The Climate Change Science Institute’s Benjamin Preston has been named a 2016–2017 Public Engagement Fellow by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Leshner Leadership Institute for Public Engagement. As a AAAS Public Engagement Fellow, Preston will receive a week of “intensive” public engagement training and networking in Washington, DC, and a year of support from AAAS staff.

Window on physics, the world of Moetasim Ashfaq

Dr. Moetasim Ashfaq (Moet), an atmospheric physicist in the Computing and Computational Sciences Directorate and Climate Change Science Institute (CCSI) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), spent his childhood and initial college years in Kashmir, Pakistan, home to some of the highest mountains in the world. It is perhaps not unexpected that Moet would one day work in climate science, coming from Pakistan, a country regarded by many as extremely vulnerable to climate change; however, he got here from there by a circuitous route.

Yaxing Wei to receive 2015 WDS Data Stewardship Award

The World Data System (WDS) Scientific Council recently announced that Dr. Yaxing Wei, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Environmental Sciences Division–Climate Change Science Institute (CCSI) geospatial information scientist, was the 2015 recipient of the prestigious WDS Data Stewardship Award. The award “highlights exceptional contributions to the improvement of scientific data stewardship by early career researchers through their engagement with the community, academic achievements, and innovations,” something Dr. Wei exemplifies on all counts.

ACME team wins best video at Supercomputing 2015!

Congratulations to the Climate Ocean Sea-Ice Modeling team at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) and their colleagues at the University of Texas-Austin for winning the best video at the "Best Scientific Visualization & Data Analytics Showcase" at Supercomputing 2015.

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