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Engineering the Next Generation of STEM Professionals

SCIENCE EDUCATION WORKFORCE PARTNERSHIPS

CCNY: Aye Phyu wins Hollings scholarship; Lands internship at DOE laboratory CCNY: Aye Phyu wins Hollings scholarship; Lands internship at DOE laboratory CCNY: Veeshan Narinesingh awarded Lautenbacher Scholarship CCNY: Veeshan Narinesingh awarded Lautenbacher Scholarship GOES-S Lift Off: New weather satellite will enhance weather forecasting GOES-S Lift Off: New weather satellite will enhance weather forecasting Hampton University: David Barnes and Maurice Roots awarded Hollings scholarships Hampton University: David Barnes and Maurice Roots awarded Hollings scholarships NOAA CREST Undergraduate Cesar Hincapie win the National Center for Atmospheric Research Award NOAA CREST Undergraduate Cesar Hincapie win the National Center for Atmospheric Research Award UPRM: Celebrates NOAA-CREST Day at Marine Sciences Isla Magueyes Facilities UPRM: Celebrates NOAA-CREST Day at Marine Sciences Isla Magueyes Facilities

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  Partners & Affiliates

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CESSRST is led by The City University of New York and brings together Hampton University, VA; University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez, PR; San Diego State University, CA; University of Maryland Baltimore County, MD; University of Texas at El Paso, TX.

CESSRST
Consortium

This is led by the City College of the City University of New York and partnered Hampton University, VA; San Diego State University, CA, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, MD; University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez; and University of Texas at El Paso.

CESSRST
Affiliates

The CESSRST Affiliates includes other Cooperative Institutes and Centers such as CIMSS,CIRA, CIRES and Columbia Earth Institute

CESSRST
Partners

These are other research institutes and CI's we partner with on projects and research such as CICS-MD

Industrial
Partners

Non-Government agencies that collaborate with us on research, training and development such as SSAI, STC, ERT, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, IMSG, AER and Noblis

NOAA
Collaborators

This includes NOAA line offices and regional offices such as National Weather Services, NESDIS, NESDIS-STAR, OSPO

  Education

One of the goals of the NOAA-CESSRST Center is to educate and train a diverse cadre of students and early career scientists and engineers to become highly competent professionals in NOAA related STEM sciences.

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Summer Bridge Program

America COMPETES Act directed NOAA to create a 20-year NOAA Education Strategic Plan which included developing a diverse workforce for the United States.

Workforce Development

CESSRST provides several opportunities to enhance their preparation for the workforce after graduation. CREST uses Workforce development strategies such as training programs, internships and summer bridge programs.

  Research

CESSRST research is focused on four broadly based and interconnected Themes - Climate; Weather and Atmosphere; Water Resources and Land Processes; and Ocean and Coastal Waters.

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Theme I

Coastal Resilience

Theme II

Atmospheric Hazards

Theme III

Water Prediction and Ecosystem Services

Social Science

Assessment and Human Impact

  Outreach

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CESSRST outreaches more than 500 students each year through various events such as conferences, and summer programs.

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About NOAA-CESSRST

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Cooperative Science Center for Earth System Sciences and Remote Sensing Technologies (NOAA-CESSRST) conducts research, educates, and trains a diverse group of students, early career scientists, and engineers, in NOAA-related science missions. The goal is to help create a diverse STEM workforce for NOAA and its contractors, Academia, Industries and the Private Sector.

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