August 22, 2014 Members of the DOE NNSA SSGF community welcomed five new fellows to the program during their annual program review in Berkeley, California. read more
August 12, 2014 The fifth installment of Stewardship Science magazine, the official DOE NNSA SSGF publication, has been added to the Outreach section of the website. read more
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The practicum allowed me to develop the technical skills to run (a boundary plasma turbulence) code, as well as cultivate the professional network I need to stay at the forefront of the field.
University of Michigan
Without having to worry about teaching a class or working on a project only slightly related to my thesis, I’ve been able to work on things that are interesting and exciting to me, but potentially unfundable otherwise.
The stewardship science community 'is small and welcoming, but the fields of study represented are broad. This encourages collaboration and provides a path for becoming a well-rounded stewardship scientist.'