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Congratulations to Climate and Space 2019 Graduates!

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IMAGE:  Climate & Space 2019 graduates! Front row (l-r): Noah Furbush, Angelica Okorom, Karlie Wells, Gabrielle Lefebvre, Samuel Lopez. Back row (l-r): CLaSP Academic Advisor Lindsay Coleman, CLaSP Department Chair Tuija Pulkkinen, Kyle Webster, Kevin Leander, Ian Hoeck. Not pictured: Rafal Ogorek, Benjamin Greaves, Emily Judd, Vishnu Saravanan, Usama Al-Qadi, Sotorius Dedes, Wade Dodge, Benjamin Donitz, Scott McCormick, Nirmal Patel, Corinne Florie

The Department of Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering would like to congratulate the students who graduated this May, and wish them the best of luck on their future endeavors.


BSE Climate & Meteorology

  • Rafal Ogorek
  • Karlie Wells

BSE Space Sciences and Engineering

  • Ian Hoeck
  • Kevin Leander
  • Gabrielle Lefebvre
  • Kyle Webster


MEng: Space Engineering

  • Benjamin Greaves
  • Emily Judd
  • Samuel Lopez
  • Angelica Okorom
  • Vishnu Saravanan
  • Usama Al-Qadi
  • Sotorios Dedes
  • Wade Dodge
  • Benjamin Donitz
  • Noah Furbush
  • Scott McCormick
  • Nirmal Patel
  • Corinne Florie

MS: Atmospheric & Space Sciences

  • Colten Peterson
  • Tong Shi

Good luck, graduates! 

Climate & Space 2019 graduates!
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