Department Honors

Department of Atmospheric Sciences faculty honors include:

Thomas P. Ackerman

  • Elected to the rank of Fellow of the American Geophysical Society “For significant contributions to radiative transfer theory and its applications to the study of aerosols and clouds.” (2011)
  • Elected to the rank of Fellow in the American Association for the Advancement of Science “for pioneering studies of radiative properties of aerosols, for developing millimeter-wave radar for measuring cloud properties, and for technical leadership of the nation’s principle radiation monitoring research program.” (2003)
  • NASA’s Distinguished Public Service Medal – the highest honor NASA awards to anyone who was not a government employee when the service was performed. The award is granted only to individuals whose distinguished accomplishments contributed substantially to the NASA mission. (2002)
  • Professor Dr. Vilho Vaisala Award in recognition of paper entitled “Ground-based Remote Sensor Observations during PROBE in the Tropical Western Pacific” (awarded by the World Meteorological Organization). (2000)
  • Leo Szilard Award for Science in the Public Interest (awarded by the American Physical Society). (1985)
  • H. J. Allen Award for the outstanding research paper written by a staff member (awarded by NASA Ames Research Center). (1983)

Becky Alexander

  • University of Washington ADVANCE Professor, 2005
  • NOAA Post-doctoral Fellow, January 2003 – December 2004
  • Daly Post-doctoral Fellow (Harvard University), January 2003 – December 2004
  • Invited ACCESS participant, September 2003
  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Fellow, September 2000 – December 2002
  • U.S. Department of Education GAANN Fellow, September 1997-August 2000
  • McGregory Fellowship in Chemistry, Colgate University, May 1997
  • Phi Eta Sigma Research Council Award, Colgate University, Fall 1996
  • WITCO Chemical Corporation Scholarship, Colgate University, Spring 1996
  • Lila and Curtiss Frank Scholarship, Colgate University, Spring 1995

Marcia B. Baker

  • Fellow, American Geophysical Union, 2006
  • Fellow, Royal Meteorological Society
  • Fellow, American Meteorological Society

David S. Battisti

  • Fellow, American Geophysical Union, 2014
  • H. Burr Steinbach Visiting Scholar, WHOI (2014)
  • Ecological Society of America Sustainability Science Award (2013) for “Seeds and Sutainability” (Ed P. Matson) (contributing author)
  • Carnegie Centennial Professor of Scotland (2012)
  • Agassiz Visiting Lecturer, Harvard (2011)
  • Henry Kendall Lecturer, MIT (2010)
  • Flint Lecturer, Yale University (2008)
  • Quay Hebrew Distinguished Lecturer, Brigham Young University (2008)
  • Fellow, Food Security Institute, Stanford University (2007-present)
  • Professor II, Department of Geophysics, University of Bergen (January 2007 – present)
  • Fellow, American Meteorological Society
  • Thompson Lecturer, NCAR 2004 (http://www.asp.ucar.edu/thompson/thompson_lecture.jsp)
  • Distinguished Visiting Scholar, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Summer 2002
  • Keynote or Invited speaker at numerous national and international meetings, including the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting (2002, 2003, 2004, 2008, 2009, 2011), American Quaternary Association AMQUA (2002), the Goldschmidt Conference (2002), the Geological Society of America Annual Meeting (2003), and the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society Annual Meeting (2011)
  • Houghton Lecturer, MIT 1999 (www-paoc.mit.edu/paoc/events/houghton.htm)
  • Recipient, Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences Annual Teaching Award, 1994; 1997
  • Golden Citation Award (Australia) 1995
  • Who's Who in America 1997
  • Who's Who in the West 1995, 1996

Cecilia Bitz

  • Member, Washington State Academy of Sciences
  • Sears Lecturer, Woods Hole, GFD and Climate summer school (2014)
  • Francis Bretherton Visitorship to NCAR (2014)
  • AGU Ascent Award in Atmospheric Sciences, 2013
  • Fulbright Scholar Award to New Zealand, 2013-2014
  • Rosenstiel Award in Atmospheric Science and Oceanography, 2013
  • Aggasiz Visiting Lecturer, Harvard University, 2013
  • Community Climate System Model Distinguished Achievement Award, 2002
  • NOAA Climate and Global Change Fellowship, 1999-2001
  • Shell Award, Department of Physics, University of Washington, 1990
  • Kerrer Award, Department of Physics, University of Washington, 1989
  • Tau Beta Pi (Engineering) and Sigma Pi Sigma (Physics) Honor Societies, 1986

Christopher S. Bretherton

  • American Meteorological Society Jule G. Charney Award, 2012
  • Elected Fellow of the American Meteorological Society, 2004
  • UW Department of Atmospheric Sciences Annual Teaching Award, 2001-2002
  • American Meteorological Society Editor’s Award
  • National Science Foundation Presidential Young Investigator in Atmospheric Science, 1988-1994
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Advanced Study Program, National Center for Atmospheric Research, 1984-1985
  • Fellow, Mesoscale Meteorology Summer Program, National Center for Atmospheric Research, 1984

Robert A. Brown

  • Distinguished Scientist medal from Pacific Ocean Remote Sensing Congress (PORSEC), 2000
  • Fellow, American Meteorological Society
  • Fellow, Advanced Study Program at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, 1970-1971

Joost A. Businger

  • Wilhelm Bjerknes Medal, European Geosciences Union: For his fundamental contributions to the understanding of atmospheric turbulence and boundary layer processes and structure, 2002
  • Member, National Academy of Engineering, 2001-
  • AAAS Fellow, 1981
  • Corresponding member of Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences, 1980
  • AMS Second Half Century Award, 1978
  • AMS Fellow, 1974

Robert J. Charlson

  • American Geophysical Union Fellow, 1995-
  • American Meteorological Society Fellow, 1995-
  • Honorary Doctor's Degree, "Hedersdoktor," Ph.D.h.c. Stockholm University, September 1993
  • Gerbier-Mumm Award of the World Meteorological Association (with J. Lovelock, M. O. Andreae and S. G. Warren), 1988, for an interdisciplinary scientific paper pertaining to meteorology
  • Sigma Xi - RESA Regional Lecturer, Pacific Area, 1972-1973; Speaker at Spring 1973 Initiation Meeting, University of Washington
  • NATO Visiting Lectureship in Meteorology, September-October 1969, Germany, England
  • Fulbright Scholar - 1964-1965, Imperial College, London University (Cloud Physics)
  • Stanford University Undergraduate Scholarships, 1955-1958
  • Phi Lambda Upsilon, Honorary Chemical Society
  • Honors at entrance, Stanford University

Dale R. Durran

  • Fellow of the American Meteorological Society (AMS)

Robert G. Fleagle*

  • American Meteorological Society, Charles Brooks Award, 1985
  • American Association for Advancement of Science, Fellow, 1977
  • American Meteorological Society, Cleveland Abbé Award, 1971
  • American Meteorological Society, Fellow, 1967
  • American Geophysical Union, Fellow, 1963
  • American Meteorological Society, Meisinger Award, 1959
  • Sigma Xi, 1948

Dargan M. W. Frierson

  • Department of Atmospheric Sciences Annual Teaching Award, 2009, 2012
  • NSF CAREER Faculty Early Career Development Award, 2009-2014
  • University of Washington Royalty Research Fund Award, 2009-2010
  • NOAA Climate and Global Change Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2005-2007
  • National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, 2000-2003
  • NCSU College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences Scholarly Achievement Award, spring 2000
  • NCSU College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences Research Award, spring 2000

Qiang Fu

  • Fellow, American Geophysical Union, 2014
  • Humboldt Research Award, 2013
  • Distinguished Alumnus Award, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Utah, 2010
  • AMS Fellow (elected in 2010)
  • Department of Atmospheric Sciences University of Washington Annual Teaching Award, 2005
  • Senior Fellow, Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, 2003-
  • Department of Atmospheric Sciences University of Washington Annual Teaching Award, 2001
  • National Science and Technology Progress Award: For Achievement in Microwave Radiometers and Application to Remote Sensing of Environment, 1987, P.R. China
  • Peking University Scientific Research Achievement Award, 1986, P.R. China

Gregory J. Hakim

  • Annual Teaching Award, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Washington, 2000
  • The Father James B. Macelwane Annual Awards in Meteorology, American Meteorological Society, 1991, Second Place
  • The Father James B. Macelwane Annual Awards in Meteorology, American Meteorological Society, 1990, Second Place
  • Narayan Gokhale Award, University at Albany, Dept. of Atmospheric Science, 1990
  • University at Albany Presidential Award for Undergraduate Research, 1989, 1990
  • Excellence in Research Award, College of Science and Mathematics, University at Albany, 1990
  • Phi Beta Kappa
  • Sigma Xi, Associate Member
  • Sigma Pi Sigma (National Honor Society in Physics)
  • Signum Laudus (University at Albany Honor Society)

Dennis L. Hartmann

  • The Carl-Gustaf Rossby Research Medal, American Meteorological Society, 2013
  • Haurwitz Lecturer, American Meteorological Society, 2011
  • NASA Group Achievement Award, Aura Project, 2005
  • NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal, 2005
  • Fellow of the American Geophysical Union, 2002
  • NASA Group Achievement Award, Earth Science Research Strategy Development Team, June 2001
  • Aldo Leopold Leadership Fellow, Ecological Society of America, 1999
  • Editors' Award for Exceptional Reviews, Journal of the Climate, American Meteorological Society, 1998
  • Editors' Award for Exceptional Reviews, Journal of Climate, American Meteorological Society, 1996
  • Editors' Citation for Excellence in Refereeing for Geophysical Research Letters, American Geophysical Union, 1993.
  • Editors' Award for Exceptional Reviews, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, American Meteorological Society, 1992
  • Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1992
  • NASA Group Achievement Award, Airborne Antarctic Ozone Experiment, April 1989
  • Fellow, American Meteorological Society, 1989
  • NASA Group Achievement Award, ERBE Data Validation and Archival Team, May 1988
  • Senior Fellow, Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, 1984-
  • First in Graduating Class of 1971, School of Engineering, University of Portland

Peter V. Hobbs*

  • Honorary member of the American Meteorological Society, 2005
  • Awarded UAE Prize for Excellence in Weather Modification with Arthur Rangno in recognition of conscientious application of physical principles to weather modification, 2005
  • Honorary member of the International Commission on Clouds and Precipitation
  • In Guinness Book of Records for measurement of largest raindrop
  • Sackler Distinguished Lecturer in Planetary and Space Sciences, Tel Aviv University, 2000
  • Dean's Recognition Award, College of Arts and Sciences, UW, for "Contributing to a high level of excellence in the College of Arts and Sciences"
  • Fellow, American Geophysical Union, 1993
  • Senior Alexander von Humboldt Award, "for contributions to the understanding of cloud processes and cloud and aerosol chemistry through theoretical studies and airborne experiments," 1984
  • Jule G. Charney Award, American Meteorological Society, "for work in cloud physics, cloud chemistry and mesoscale meteorology," 1984
  • Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1982
  • Fellow, American Meteorological Society, 1974
  • Editor's Award, American Meteorological Society, 1970

James R. Holton*

  • Rossby Research Medal, American Meteorological Society, 2001
  • Roger Revelle Medal, American Geophysical Union, 2000
  • Fellow, American Geophysical Union, 1982
  • Second Half Century Award, American Meteorological Society, 1982
  • Meisinger Award, American Meteorological Society, 1973
  • Fellow, American Meteorological Society, 1973

Robert A. Houze

  • Symons Gold Medal, Royal Meteorological Society, 2014
  • Fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society, 2014
  • Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2013
  • Bjerknes Lecturer, American Geophysical Union, 2012
  • Fellow of the American Geophysical Union, 2012
  • Scholar's Shawl, Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, 2010
  • Carl-Gustaf Rossby Research Medal, American Meteorological Society, 2006
  • Thompson Lecturer, National Center for Atmospheric Research, 2006
  • Highly Cited Researcher, Institute of Scientific Information (h=56), 2002
  • Houghton Lecturer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1996
  • Distinguished Authorship Award, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 1989
  • Fellow of the American Meteorological Society, 1983
  • Editor’s Award, American Meteorological Society, 1982
  • Clarence Leroy Meisinger Award, American Meteorological Society, 1982

Conrad B. Leovy*

  • Kuiper Prize, Division of Planetary Science, American Astronomical Society, 2000
  • Sixth Bernard Haurwitz Memorial Lecturer, American Meteorological Society, 1999
  • Joint Recipient, AAAS Newcombe Cleveland Award to the Viking Investigators, 1978
  • Fellow, American Meteorological Society, 1976
  • NASA Exceptional Scientific Achievement Medal, 1973

Lyatt Jaeglé

  • NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award, 2003-2008
  • NASA New Investigator Award, 2001-2004
  • Editor's Citation for Excellence in Refereeing, Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres, 2003
  • University of Washington ADVANCE professor, 2002
  • NASA Group Achievement Awards: INTEX-B (2006), INTEX-A (2004), 1998 (SONEX), 1995 (ASHOE/MAESA), 1994 (SPADE)
  • Bourse Lavoisier fellowship from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1991-92

Daniel Jaffe

  • Fulbright Award as "Distinguished Chair in Environmental Sciences," 2013

Daehyun Kim

  • James R. Holton Junior Scientist Award, American Geophysical Union, 2012
  • Best Thesis Award, Seoul National University SPARC, 2010
  • National Undergraduate Student Science Paper Contest, Third Place, 2002

Clifford F. Mass

  • CoMotion Presidential Innovation Fellow (2015)
  • Member, Washington State Academy of Sciences
  • Fellow, American Meteorological Society
  • Max Eaton Award, American Meteorological Society

Lynn McMurdie

  • Department of Atmospheric Sciences Teaching Award, 1999, 2004, 2011

Jérôme Patoux

  • PKAL fellowship – Project Kaleidoscope Summer Institute, Keystone, Colorado, 2000
  • Scholarship – Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France, 1996-1997
  • Lavoisier scholarship – University of Texas at Austin, 1993
  • Rotary travel award for outstanding students – Essen, Germany, 1989

Richard J. Reed*

  • Fellow, American Meteorological Society
  • Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science
  • Fellow, American Geophysical Union
  • Carl-Gustaf Rossby Research Medal, American Meteorological Society, 1989
  • Charles Franklin Brooks Award, American Meteorological Society, 1983
  • Second Half Century Award, American Meteorological Society, 1972
  • Meisinger Award, American Meteorological Society, 1964

Peter B. Rhines

  • Nobel Lecturer (5 lectures) at University of Toronto, Department of Physics, 2014
  • Flint Lecturer (3 lectures) at Yale University, 2013/14
  • Albatross Award, American Miscellany Society, 2012
  • Fulbright Scholar, University of Concepción, Chile, 2011
  • Appointed as Founding Member, Washington State Academy of Sciences, 2008
  • Gledden Fellow, University of Western Australia, 2005
  • Bernard Haurwitz Award Lecturer, Am. Meteorol. Soc. ‘for dynamics of vorticity and its application to ocean circulation’ (lectures at San Diego and Boston AMS meetings, first time awarded to an oceanographer), 2005
  • Appointed Houghton Lecturer, MIT, 2005
  • Elected Fellow of the Academy of Arts and Sciences ‘for elegant theoretical studies that have initiated new fields of inquiry, and a grasp of physical mechanisms in oceanic dynamics that is unparalleled’, 1999
  • NOAA/CIRES Distinguished Visiting Lecturer, University of Colorado, 1999, 2010
  • Henry Stommel Research Award, American Meteorological Society, ‘for amazing physical insight and profound appreciation of observations as a guide to understanding how the ocean works’, 1999
  • Distinguished Visiting Professor, Scripps Inst. of Oceanography, 1998, 2004
  • Creativity Award, National Science Foundation (a $450K grant), 1996
  • Ogura Lecturer, Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences, Univ. of Illinois, 1996
  • Steinbach Visiting Scholar, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1995, 2004
  • Elected Fellow of the American Meteorological Society, 1993
  • Ocean Sciences Educator Award, Office of Naval Research, 1989
  • Elected Fellow of the American Geophysical Union, 1988
  • Senior Queen's Fellow in Marine Sciences, Australia, 1988
  • Elected to National Academy of Sciences, 'the father of a school of theoretical oceanography that has spawned many advances in the statistical mechanics of ocean currents’, 1981
  • Green Scholar, Institute for Geophysics and Planetary Planetary Physics, University of California, San Diego, 1981
  • Outstanding Publication Award, National Center for Atmospheric Research (with W.R.Holland), 1980
  • Guggenheim Fellowship, 1979-80
  • Distinguished Visiting Research Fellowship, Christ's College, Cambridge, 1979-80
  • Medal of the University of Liege, Belgium, 1979
  • Adm. Luis de Florez Research Award, MIT, ‘for ingenuity and creativity in laboratory experiments’, 1963

Edward S. Sarachik

  • National Academies of Sciences National Associate 2003-
  • Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1999
  • Fellow, American Geophysical Union, 1998
  • Editor’s Award, Journal of Physical Oceanography, American Meteorological Society, 1996
  • Fellow, American Meteorological Society, 1990
  • NOAA Outstanding Performance Award 1985
  • NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship, Meteorology, 1971
  • University Fellowship, University of California, 1960
  • Paul Klapper Physics Prize, Queens College, 1960
  • Phi Beta Kappa (Junior Year), 1959
  • N.Y. State Regents Scholarship, 1956-1960

Abigail L. S. Swann

  • Selected as one of two UW nominees for the Packard Fellowships for Science and Engineering, 2014
  • Giorgio Ruffolo Post-doctoral Fellow in Sustainability Science at the Harvard Kennedy School, 2010-2012
  • DISCCRS VI Scholar, 2011
  • NASA Earth Systems Science Fellow, 2007
  • IGERT Fellow in Applied Mathematics and Earth Sciences at Columbia University 2003-2005
  • Graduated with Honors, University of California, 2003
  • All-American Sportsman of the Year, Inter-Collegiate Sailing Associates, 2003

James E. Tillman

  • American Meteorological Society: Special Award to individuals "who have made important contributions to the science or practice of meteorology..." Viking Meteorology Flight Team, for "the scientific and engineering achievement which has brought us daily weather reports from Mars. This new capability to compare the atmospheric dynamics of two planets marks a major and historic step foward in the science of meteorology."
  • AAAS Newcomb Cleveland Prize, 1977, Viking Mission scientists, for research reports in Science, 27 August, 1 October, 17 December 1976.

Joel A. Thornton

  • Henry G. Houghton Award, American Meteorological Society, 2013
  • Annual Teaching Award, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, UW, 2010
  • NSF CAREER Award, 2008
  • NASA Group Achievement Award for INTEX-B Campaign, 2008
  • UW Student Technology Fee Award for Student Machine Shop, 2008
  • UW Curriculum Development Award, 2005
  • Atmospheric Chemistry Colloquium for Emerging Senior Scientists, 2003
  • University of California Club of San Francisco Fellowship, 2002
  • Teaching Effectiveness Award (UC, Berkeley), 2000
  • NASA Earth Systems Science Fellow, 1999-2002
  • Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor (UC, Berkeley), 1999
  • American Chemical Society Award for Excellence in Analytical Chemistry, 1996

Norbert Untersteiner*

  • Elected AAAS Fellow, 2004
  • Julius von Hann Gold Medal, Australian Meteorological Society, 1996
  • Senior Fellow, Applied Physics Lab., University of Washington, Seattle, 1989
  • Senior Fellow, Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, University of Washington-NOAA, Seattle, 1985
  • Corresponding Member, academy of Science (Austria) 1992
  • Medal for Distinguished Service to International Geophysics, (USSR) 1985
  • Antarctic Service Medal (USA) 1967
  • Honorary Cross for Arts and Sciences (Austria) 1959

John M. Wallace

  • Honorary Member, American Meteorological Society, 2012
  • Foreign member, Russian Academy of Sciences, 2000
  • Revelle Medal, American Geophysical Union, 1999
  • Member, National Academy of Sciences, 1998
  • Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1997
  • Rossby Award, American Meteorological Society, 1993
  • National Science Foundation Creativity Award, 1987
  • Editor's Award, American Meteorological Society, 1981
  • Meisinger Award, American Meteorological Society, 1975
  • Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship, 1973-1975
  • James B. Macelwane Award, American Geophysical Union, 1972
  • Fellow, American Geophysical Union
  • Fellow, American Meteorological Society

Stephen G. Warren

  • NSF Research Highlight: "Arctic Snow: Soot Shows Little Change," 2013
  • Fellow, American Meteorological Society, 2005
  • Highly Cited Author, Institute for Scientific Information (Science Citation Index), 2003
  • Special Creativity Award, National Science Foundation, 2002
  • Namesake: Warren Ridge, Antarctica (U.S. Board on Geographic Names), 2001
  • Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1998
  • Dean's award for exceptional teaching, College of Arts and Sciences, Univ. Washington, 1990
  • First departmental teaching award, Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences, Univ. Washington, 1989
  • First Gerbier-Mumm award for interdisciplinary research, WMO (with Charlson, Lovelock, Andreae), 1988

Robert Wood

  • Henry G Houghton Award, American Meteorological Society, “For advancing understanding of the interactions between cloud droplets, aerosols, radiation and precipitation in marine stratocumulus,” 2011
  • University of Washington Department of Atmospheric Sciences Teaching Award, 2008
  • Editors’ Citation for Excellence in Refereeing for Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres, 2007
  • L. F. Richardson Prize, Royal Meteorological Society, 2001

Student honors include:


Achievement Rewards for College Scientists (ARCS) Fellowship

  • Maximo Menchaca (2011)
  • Gallia Painter (2009)

Air and Waste Management Associate Graduate Scholarship

  • Reddy Yatavelli (2010)

American Association for Aerosol Research

  • Lauren Whybrew, Student Post Competition (2015)

American Geological Institute Minority Scholarship

  • Alfredo Arroyo (2006)

AGU Fall Meeting Outstanding Student Paper Award

  • Elizabeth Maroon (2014)
  • Kristen Rasmussen (2014)
  • Emily Fischer (2008)

AMS Conference on Mountain Meteorology Outstanding Student Oral Presentation Award

  • Justin Minder (2nd Place, 2010)

American Meteorological Society Fellowship

  • Kimberlee Nighelli (2012)
  • Kenneth Dixon (2011)
  • Scott Powell (2009)
  • Bonnie Brown, Jacob Scheff (2008)
  • Kristen Rasmussen (2007)

American Meteorological Society Summer Policy Colloquium Participant

  • Rei Ueyama (2007)

Atmospheric Sciences Achievement Awards

  • Aaron Hill, Ricardo Humphreys, Justin Walker (2012)
  • Ka Man Joseph Chan, Joshua Smith (2011)
  • David Hiestand, Robert Marshall, Naoko Sakaeda (2010)
  • Helen Amos, Michael Goss (2009)
  • Domenick Alessi, Fumiya Bito, Bonnie Brown, Jennifer Chang, Michael Soltow, David Weir (2008)
  • Kathryn Boyd, Brett Carlson, Thomas Dinneen, Matthew Jeglum, Bryce Land, Ryan Roberts, Michael Warner (2007)

Atmospheric System Research Science Team Meeting
Student Poster Award

  • Tyler Thorsen, Stuart Evans (2010)

Joost A. Businger Scholarship

  • Erika Navarro (2009)

Bruce Caldwell Scholarships

  • Jonathan Brandel, Felipe Lopez-Hilfiker, Robert Marshall, Jayson Stemmler (2009)
  • David Carey, Todd Enders, Matthew Jeglum (2005)

Center for Multiscale Modeling of Atmospheric Processes (CMMAP) Diversity Scholarship

  • Erika Navarro (2009)

Phil Church Award

  • Aaron Hill, Ricardo Humphreys (2012)
  • Nicholas Davis (2011)
  • Robert Marshall (2010)
  • Michael Goss (2009)
  • Michael Soltow (2008)
  • Kathryn Boyd (2007)
  • Eric Schoening (2006)

College of the Environment Scholarship

  • Weiming Ma (2015)

DoE Computational Science Graduate Fellowship

  • Hansi Singh (2011)

DoE GCEP Marvin L. Wesely Award

  • Emily Fischer (2010)

DoE Graduate Research Environmental Fellow

  • Emily Fischer (2007)

DoE Science Graduate Fellowship

  • Beth Friedman (2010)

EPA STAR Fellowship

  • Maria Zatko (2011)

Robert Fleagle Scholarship

  • Tyler Thorsen (2008)

Mary Gates Research Scholarship

  • Helen Amos, David Weir (2008)

Harvard University Center for the Environment Postdoctoral Fellowship

  • Emily Fischer (2011)

Peter V. Hobbs Scholarship

  • Eowyn Baughman (2011)
  • Matthew Hills, Jacob Scheff (2008)

James Holton Scholarship

  • Mark Gingrich (2011)
  • Luke Madaus (2010)

Interdisciplinary and Policy Dimensions of the Earth Sciences Fellowship

  • David Reidmiller (2008)

International Conference on Alpine Meteorology Young Scientist Presentation Award

  • Justin Minder (2009)

Jan and Conway Leovy Scholarship

  • Daniel McCoy (2010)

Mindlin-Reed Scholarship

  • Cory Tung (2012)

Christine Mirzayan Science and Technology Policy Fellow

  • David Reidmiller (2010)

NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship

  • Kristen Rasmussen (2011)
  • Qiong Yang (2008)
  • Reddy Yatavelli (2007)
  • Deanna Hence, Mark Zelinka (2006)
  • Jasmine Cetrone (2005)

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Hydrospheric and Biospheric Sciences Laboratory, Outstanding Publication Award

  • Min-Jeong Kim (2005)

NCAR ASP Post-doctoral Fellowship

  • Ryan Torn (2007)

National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship

  • Daniel McCoy (2012)
  • Elizabeth Maroon, Nicholas Siler (2010)
  • Anthony Didlake Jr. (2008)

NOAA Climate and Global Change Postdoctoral Fellowship

  • Phuong Tra Dinh, Elizabeth Barnes-Keys (2012)
  • Aaron Donohoe, Emily Fischer (2011)
  • Larissa Back (2007)

NOAA Earnest F. Hollings Scholarship

  • Eliza Dawson (2015)

NOAA Hollings Scholar

  • Jennifer Chang (2006)

National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Progam (GRFP) Fellowship

  • Maximo Menchaca (2012)
  • Angel Adames, Eowyn Baughman (2011)
  • Stephen Po-Chedley, Nicole Wigder (2010)
  • Aaron Donohoe, Justin Minder (2006)

Naval Weather Service Association Scholarship

  • Aaron Hill (2011)

Phi Beta Kappa

  • Michael Goss (2008)
  • Bonnie Brown (2007)
  • Katie Boyd, Mike Soltow (2006)

Program on Climate Change (PCC) Fellowship

  • Gregory Quetin (2012)
  • Chen Zhang (2010)
  • Stephen Po-Chedley (2009)
  • Bryce Harrop, Jacob Scheff (2008)
  • Kelly McCusker, Eric Sofen (2007)
  • Reddy Yatavelli (2005)

Richard and Joan Reed Scholarships

  • Tyler Burns, Farranne Guiler (2009)
  • Felipe Lopez-Hilfiker, Nicholas Wayand (2008)
  • Bonnie Brown, Michael Goss, David Weir (2007)
  • Alfredo Arroyo, Katie Boyd, Matt Jeglum, Matt White (2006)
  • Eric Schoening, Charles Smeltzer (2005)

UW GO-MAP Stroum Fellowship

  • Ángel Adames (2015-16)

Top Scholar Award

  • Gregory Quetin, Rick Russotto (2012)
  • Kenneth Dixon, Etienne Tetreault-Pinard (2011)
  • Hannah Barnes, Paulo Ceppi, Elizabeth Maroon, Nathan Steiger (2010)
  • Stephen Po-Chedley, Scott Powell (2009)

Peter B. Wagner Memorial Award for Women in Science, Desert Research Institute

  • Kelly McCusker (2013)
  • Kristen Rasmussen (2012)

Stephen G. Warren Scholarship

  • Naomi Goldenson (2009)

Weather Research Scholarship

  • Steven Brey (2012)

Western Snow Conference, Best Student Paper

  • Joseph Casola (2008)

Staff honors include:


CoENV Distinguished Staff Member

  • Andrew Sattler (2012)

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*deceased

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