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Congratulations to Climate and Space December 2019 Graduates!

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EnlargeGraduates at U-M December 2019 commencement
IMAGE:  Austin Thomason, Michigan Photography

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

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

BSE Space Sciences and Engineering

  • Geoffrey Jenkins
  • Ramon Rodriguez, Jr.

GRADUATE STUDENTS

MEng: Applied Climate

  • Haochang Luo

MEng: Space Engineering

  • Megan Marie Avery
  • Pranika Gupta
  • Taylor Nicole Morton
  • Sunil Subramanian Raghuraman
  • Annika Kim Stoldt
  • Ryan Whitney

Good luck, graduates! 

Graduates at U-M December 2019 commencement
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