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Three EAS Graduate Students Receive NASA Fellowships

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Three EAS graduate students have been awarded NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowships: Bryné Hadnott (advisor Alex Hayes); Francisco Delgado and Joey Durkin (Matt Pritchard is advisor for both) The competitive fellowships (<17% awarded) provide three years of support for the student's research proposal.  The titles of the projects are: "Development of in-situ chemical analysis methods for analyzing the composition of Titan’s lakes" (Hadnott); "Understanding the Driving Conditions of a Silicic Eruption and Intrusion Using InSAR Geodesy and Numerical Modeling: The Example of Cordon Caulle (Southern Andes)" (Delgado); "Coupled Changes in the Cryosphere and Solid Earth Measured by Space Geodesy" (Durkin).

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