Awards

EESA Faculty Scientist David Romps Honored With AGU Award

David Romps has been honored by the American Geophysical Union, the world’s largest Earth and space science society, with a 2018 Ascent Award. He will receive the award at a ceremony during AGU’s 2018 Fall Meeting in Washington, D.C. Romps, a faculty scientist within EESA and assistant professor within the Department of Earth and Planetary…

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Three Amazing EESA Women Take Home Women @ The Lab Awards

     Romy Chakraborty, Ecology Department Head Sixteen women at various stages of their careers were honored for making extraordinary contributions to STEM and Operations here at Berkeley Lab at the third Women @ The Lab event on Monday, July 9. Hundreds of friends and colleagues cheered as each woman approached the stage in the B50…

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Susan Hubbard and Margaret Torn Honored as #AGU17 Fellows

About 80 EESA scientists are representing Berkeley Lab at the fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union this week in New Orleans. AGU’s annual fall meeting is the largest Earth and space science meeting in the world, with more than 24,000 attendees. For the first time in several years, the meeting is being held away…

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Mack Kennedy Receives GRCs’ Geothermal Special Achievement Award

Mack Kennedy received the Geothermal Special Achievement Award from the Geothermal Resource Council, one of the world’s preeminent geothermal associations, during its 41st Annual Meeting held in Salt Lake City, Utah. Kennedy was recognized for his outstanding contributions and dedication to developing the science and engineering needed for enhanced geothermal systems.

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EESA Scientist Frank Morrison Honored for Lifetime Achievement

Frank Morrison, a senior faculty scientist in Berkeley Lab’s Earth and Environmental Sciences Area and professor at UC Berkeley, has been recognized for his lifetime contributions to the field of electrical and electromagnetic geophysics with a 2017 Gerald W. Hohmann Lifetime Achievement Award. Morrison is widely known for his contributions across the entire spectrum of…

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Commer makes his way to the World Championship of Public Speaking

Michael Commer, a geological research scientist in the Energy Geosciences Division will make his way to the 2017 Toastmasters International Speech Contest Semifinals this week with hopes to advance to the Toastmasters World Championship of Public Speaking ®. Michael discovered the Toast-on-the-Hill Toastmasters Club (a Berkeley Lab Employee Association) two years ago and he was…

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