Samiah winds Dean's Research Award!

Samiah is one out of six students awarded the 2016 Dean's Award for Excellence in Research in the Rutgers University Graduate School in New Brunswick. Here she is with Dean Jerome Kukor and Associate Dean Harvey Waterman at the awards ceremony.

Panelist at UPenn Lawschool

Asa participated in a panel discussion about the COP21 Paris agreement at University of Pennsylvania's Law School. The event was called: Too little too late, and organized by American Constitution Society  and the Environmental Law Project

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Samiah wins research awards!

Samiah Moustafa was selected for the Rutgers Graduate School of New Brunswick Dean's Research Award 2016. She is also the winner of the Rutgers Department of Geography Graduate Research Excellence Award. Both awards are highly... Read More

New article published about our Greenland supraglacial rivers work

The new paper is authored by Kang Yang at UCLA and can be found here

Citation: Yang, K., L. C. Smith, V. W. Chu, L. H. Pitcher, C. J. Gleason, A. K.... Read More

Featured on the State Departments website!

We were mentioned on one of the State Department's blogs! Read it here. The blog is called our Arctic Nation and highlights the connection between the 50... Read More

Samiah and Rohi selected to attend Snow School in Colorado January 12-14

Both Samiah and Rohi were competitively selected to participate in the 3rd annual SnowSchool by the NASA international Snow Working Group for Remote sensing (iSWGR) in Colorado... Read More

Samiah awarded the Google Earth Engine Scholarship to attend AGU!

Samiah Moustafa was awarded this new scholarship that only was given out to 15 applicants! Read more about the program here.

Presenting our work at AGU's Fall meeting 2015

We did several presentations at AGU.

John Mioduszewski: C53A-0756 Atmospheric Drivers of Greenland Surface Melt Revealed by Self Organizing Maps

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NASA project meeting at Rutgers on November 18-19

We welcomed our colleagues from University of Georgia, City College New York and Stanford for two days of intense discussion about our project investigating the impact of Greenland freshwater fluxes on surrounding oceans.

New York Times covers our Greenland work!

Check out the fantastic piece New York Times wrote about one of research projects that we are doing in collaboration with UCLA here