Three members of the Prather Research Group have recently been awarded highly competitive fellowships to conduct postdoctoral work upon graduation:
Lindsay Hatch was awarded the NSF Atmospheric and Geospace Postdoctoral Research Fellowship. She will work with Dr. Kelley Barsanti, modeling secondary aerosol formation from biomass burning at Portland State University within the Center for Climate and Aerosol Research.
Jessie Creamean was awarded a Research Associate Fellowship from the National Research Council of the National Academies. Her work will take her to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Physical Science Division in Boulder, CO, where she will be working with Dr. Marty Ralph on precipitation-related problems as an extension of her work on the CalWater project.
Melanie Zauscher received a fellowship to work with on science policy with legislators. Details are withheld until the program commences later this year.