In Memorial of Dr. Barry Gross

In Memorial of Dr. Barry Gross The year ended with a sad news for City College, Grove School of Engineering and CUNY-CREST Institute. We mourned the loss of Dr. Barry Gross, who unfortunately passed away in late December. Barry Gross, a two-time alumnus of the Department of Electrical Engineering, earned his master’s in 1988 and…

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CUNY CREST Institute Retreat 2022

CUNY CREST Institute Retreat 2022 On November 17th, 2022 the CUNY CREST Institute hosted their 3rd annual retreat at the Grove School of Engineering. The retreat served as a way of having an open discussion to define the Institute strategic plan and strengthen the CUNY CREST Institute pillars. Participants included faculty and scientists from City…

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Dr. Indrani Pal hosts, INV52C: Adapting to Climate Change: Innovative Solutions for Building Water Resilience to Long-Term Meteorological and Hydrological Change

Dr. Indrani Pal hosts, INV52C: Adapting to Climate Change: Innovative Solutions for Building Water Resilience to Long-Term Meteorological and Hydrological Change through the American Geophysical Union in Chicago, IL, USA. Increasing global temperature and atmospheric moisture has altered meteorology and hydrology around the world. The global hydrological cycle is intensifying. Consequences include more extreme water…

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Meet Dr. Peter Romanov, currently working on his sponsored project, “Development of a New Global 4-km Multi-Decadal Snow Cover Extent/Snow Water Equivalent/Snow Depth Dataset from Blended In-Situ and Satellite Observations”

Meet Dr. Peter Romanov, currently working on his sponsored project, “Development of a New Global 4-km Multi-Decadal Snow Cover Extent/Snow Water Equivalent/Snow Depth Dataset from Blended In-Situ and Satellite Observations” Dr. Peter Romanov is a Senior Research Scientist at the CUNY City College of New York. His research interests include climatology, hydrology and remote sensing…

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NOAA Awards a new CAP/RISA Team in U.S. Caribbean

NOAA Awards a new CAP/RISA Team in U.S. Caribbean NOAA- CPO (Climate Program Office) has awarded a new CAP (Climate Adaptation Partnerships)  for U.S. Caribbean Region. CAP is the new name for the program that was formerly known as RISA (Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessment. The award is for a new 5-year CAP team in…

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New Grant Opportunities for the upcoming year!

Read More about grants from Department of Energy, Department of the Interior Geological Survey and Department of Commerce! Topic: National Climate Adaptation Science Center Program (NCASC) Funding Agency: Department of the Interior Geological Survey Topic: Climate Resilience Centers Funding Agency: Department of Energy- Office of Science Topic: Atmospheric System Research (ASR) Funding Agency: Department of Energy – Office…

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Drs. Hamidreza Norouzi and Reginald Blake receive $1M NSF Grant for Implementing Novel Solutions for Promoting Cultural Change In Geoscience Research & Education (INSPIRE)

Dr. Hamidreza Norouzi, Director of Undergraduate Research and Professor in the Department of Construction Management and Civil Engineering, and Dr. Reginald Blake, Interim Associate Provost and Dean of Curriculum and Research, at the New York City College of Technology (CityTech) were part of an over $7.3M NSF grant in collaboration with Columbia University with more…

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Dr. Shakila Merchant, received grant funded by NSF- ARIS in developing Research Impact on Society – Broadening Impact (BI) Toolkit

Dr. Shakila Merchant, received a small grant funded by NSF- ARIS and will be partnering with the ARIS – Rutgers University team in developing Research Impact on Society – Broadening Impact (BI) Toolkit in collaboration with the CUNY stakeholders, particularly students/alumni, and early career faculty members particularly from the traditionally underrepresented communities. Through this  18 months funding,…

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