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Report Date: July 21, 2019

Contributions to Individual Graduate Student Education
1. Chuanfei Dong, Research Advisor, Rebecca Jolitz, PhD, Astrophysical & Planetary Sciences, University of Colorado Boulder, (2016 - 0000)
Editorships
1. Ryan McGranaghan, Topical Issue Editor, Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate, (2019)
2. Hailey Shin, Associate Editor, Asia-Pacific Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, (2016 - 2018)
External Awards and Honors
1. Ryan McGranaghan, New Leader in Space Science, National Academy of Sciences, (2018)
2. Ryan McGranaghan, New Leaders in Space Science, National Academy of Sciences, (2018)
3. Ryan McGranaghan, 32nd Union of Radio Science General Assembly and Scientific Symposium Young Scientist Award, Union of Radio Science Internationale, (2017)
4. Ryan McGranaghan, 32nd Union of Radio Science General Assembly and Scientific Symposium Young Scientist Award, Union of Radio Science International, (2017)
5. Chuanfei Dong, Group Achievement Award to MAVEN Science Team, NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration, (2016)
6. Ryan McGranaghan, New Hampshire NASA Space Grant Visiting Young Scientist, NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration, (2016)
7. Chuanfei Dong, Robert H. Goddard (RHG) Exceptional Achievement for Science to the MAVEN Science Team, NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration, (2016)
Internal Awards and Honors
1. Meg Austin, Nominated for Administrative Achievement, (2018)
2. Hanne Mauriello, Nominated for Administrative Achievement, (2018)
3. Julie Cross, Nominated for Administrative Achievement, (2018)
4. Whitney Robinson, Nominated for Administrative Achievement, (2018)
5. Ellen Martinez, Nominated for Administrative Achievement, (2018)
Mentoring
1. Leander Love-Anderegg, Mentoring in Science Mentor of a colleague from University of California Berkeley, 50 hours, (May 2018 - June 2019)
2. Bidya Binay Karak, Mentoring in I, along with my colleagues Mark Miesch and Lisa Upton, mentored an undergraduate student through REU during summer. of a colleague from Washington and Leed University, 70 hours, (June 2017 - August 2017)
3. Bidya Binay Karak, Mentoring in I, along with my colleagues Mark Miesch and Lisa Upton, mentored an undergraduate student through REU during summer. of a colleague from University of St Andrews, 30 hours, (June 2017 - August 2017)
4. Leander Love-Anderegg, Mentoring in Science Mentor of a colleague from Stanford University, 100 hours, (February 2017 - June 2020)
5. Flavio Lehner, Mentoring in Science mentoring, incl. climate modeling, data processing, statistical analysis. of a colleague from Scripps Inst of Oceanography - University of California San Diego, 24 hours, (September 2016 - July 2018)
6. Emily Smith, Mentoring in Science mentor for NEPA work and also creating a visualization for observation platforms in the ocean. of a colleague from Towson University, 80 hours, (June 2016 - August 2016)
Presentations
1. Brandon Wolding, Invited Talk, Mixed Layer Model Assessment of Boundary Layer Convergence and the MJO, Research Experience for Undergraduates, Boulder, Colorado, United States of America, (2019)
2. Brandon Wolding, Talk, Mixed Layer Model Assessment of Boundary Layer Convergence and the MJO, CLIVAR 2019, Boulder, Colorado, United States of America, (2019)
3. Brandon Wolding, Poster, Convective Coupling of Tropical Phenomena, AMS Spring 2019, Phoenix, Arizona, United States of America, (2019)
4. Brandon Wolding, Talk, Mixed Layer Model Assessment of Boundary Layer Convergence and the MJO, AGU Fall w018, Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America, (2018)
5. Leander Love-Anderegg, Poster, Within-Species Variation in Allocation and Tissue Traits Across Large Aridity Gradients, AGU Annual Meeting, Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America, (2018)
6. Ryan McGranaghan, Talk, Ushering a new frontier in geospace through data science, NASA Workshop on Artificial Intelligence, Greenbelt, Maryland, United States of America, (2018)
7. Ryan McGranaghan, Talk, New capabilities for prediction of high-latitude ionospheric scintillation: A novel approach with machine learning, 15th European Space Weather Week, Leuven, Belgium, (2018)
8. Leander Love-Anderegg, Invited Talk, Keeping pace with climate: Ecological change in the 21st century, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, United States of America, (2018)
9. Ryan McGranaghan, Invited Talk, Ushering in a new frontier in Space Weather: New capabilities through Data Science, 8th New Leaders in Space Science Forum, Guangzhou, China, (2018)
10. Leander Love-Anderegg, Poster, Tree rings reveal that climatic and competitive growth constraints trade off at large scales but rarely explain local tree range boundaries, New Phytologist Conference: Biology of Wood, Lake Tahoe, California, United States of America, (2018)
11. Leander Love-Anderegg, Poster, Within-species variation in Huber value suggests coordination between increased hydraulic supply and tissue robustness across aridity gradients, Gordon Research Conference on Multiscale Plant Vascular Transport, West Dover, Vermont, United States of America, (2018)
12. Ryan McGranaghan, Invited Talk, The importance of weather in space and how data science will help us understand it, NASA Headquarters, Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States of America, (2018)
13. Malte Stuecker, Poster, Conditions leading to the unprecedented low Antarctic sea ice extent during the 2016 austral spring season, Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, Oregon, United States of America, (2018)
14. Malte Stuecker, Talk, Tropical trans-basin variability, Using past observations to constrain future climate variability and change workshop, Seattle, Washington, United States of America, (2018)
15. Malte Stuecker, Invited Talk, Revisiting the interpretation of lead/lag correlations as exemplified by the relationship between ENSO and the Indian Ocean Dipole, Tropical interbasin interactions workshop, Xiamen, China, (2018)
16. Chuanfei Dong, Invited Talk, Are “Habitable” Exoplanets Really Habitable? ?A perspective from atmospheric loss, AGU Fall Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States of America, (2017)
17. Chuanfei Dong, Talk, Three?dimensional, ten-moment multifluid simulation of the solar wind interaction with Mercury, AGU Fall Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States of America, (2017)
18. Malte Stuecker, Poster, Cause of the unprecedented low Antarctic sea ice extent during the 2016 austral spring season, AGU Fall Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States of America, (2017)
19. Malte Stuecker, Invited Talk, Seasonal ENSO dynamics, teleconnections and predictability, ENSO complexity workshop, Busan, South Korea, (2017)
20. Malte Stuecker, Invited Talk, ENSO as a potential source for global seasonal climate predictability: From Yangtze River flooding events to Indian Ocean Dipole variability to the 2016 extreme low Antarctic sea ice extent, 16th CTWF International Symposium on Advances in Seasonal to Decadal Prediction, Beijing, China, (2017)
21. Flavio Lehner, Poster, Using Temperature Forecasts to Improve Seasonal Streamflow Forecasts in the Colorado and Rio Grande Basins, NMME/SubX Science Meeting, Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States of America, (2017)
22. Malte Stuecker, Invited Talk, Cause of the unprecedented low Antarctic sea ice extent during the 2016 austral spring season, sea ice prediction workshop, Seattle, Washington, United States of America, (2017)
23. Bidya Binay Karak, Invited Talk, Solar Magnetic Fields and Cycles: Understanding the Dynamo Mechanism, Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology, Varanasi, UP, India, (2017)
24. Malte Stuecker, Invited Talk, Interconnected climate variability in the Pacific and Indian Oceans, SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems, Snowbird, Utah, United States of America, (2017)
25. Flavio Lehner, Invited Talk, The influence of temperature on runoff efficiency: Implications for streamflow forecasting, Colorado River Hydrology Symposium, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States of America, (2017)
26. Chuanfei Dong, Invited Talk, Atmospheric ion loss at Mars and exoplanets, Modeling the Magnetic Interactions between Stars and Planets Workshop, Houston, Texas, United States of America, (2017)
27. Bidya Binay Karak, Invited Talk, The Sun's Vows of Silence: Cause and Recovery, 2017 NCAR DAY OF NETWORKING & DISCOVERY, Boulder, Colorado, United States of America, (2017)
28. Ryan McGranaghan, Talk, Utilizing data-driven approaches in geospace: Network Analysis of total electron content data and extension with Swarm, 4th Swarm Science Meeting and Geodetic Missions Workshop, Banff, Canada, (2017)
29. Flavio Lehner, Invited Talk, Understanding Influences of Climate Variability and Trends on Seasonal Runoff in the Southwestern US, Visit, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States of America, (2017)
30. Flavio Lehner, Invited Talk, Understanding Influences of Climate Variability and Trends on Seasonal Runoff in the Southwestern US, Visit, Boulder City, Nevada, United States of America, (2017)
31. Malte Stuecker, Poster, El Nino And The East Asian Monsoon: Unraveling The Roles Of The Annual Cycle And Air/Sea Interactions, AMS meeting, Seattle, Washington, United States of America, (2017)
32. Malte Stuecker, Talk, El Nino And The East Asian Monsoon: Unraveling The Roles Of The Annual Cycle And Air/Sea Interactions, AGU Fall meeting 2016, San Francisco, California, United States of America, (2016)
33. Chuanfei Dong, Invited Talk, Theoretical Modeling of ICME Impact on Atmospheric Loss from Early and Current Mars, Workshop Without Walls: Impact of Exoplanetary Space Weather On Climate and Habitability, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States of America, (2016)
34. Flavio Lehner, Invited Talk, Short-term and seasonal forecasting Potential applications in the Lower Colorado and Upper Rio Grande, Bureau of Reclamation Yuma Area Office visit, Yuma, Arizona, United States of America, (2016)
35. Sarah Close, Invited Talk, Bespoke Boundary Spanning: Recognizing diverse opportunities for science-policy engagement, Ecological Society of America annual meeting, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States of America, (2016)
36. Flavio Lehner, Talk, Runoff efficiency and climate in the Rio Grande basin, NOAA summer institute, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, United States of America, (2016)
37. Sarah Close, Talk, Achieving sustainability goals for urban coasts: Research needs and challenges, Resilient Cities 2016, Bonn, Germany, (2016)
38. Flavio Lehner, Talk, Runoff efficiency and climate in the American South-West, Workshop on Hydroclimate, Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory, New York, New York, United States of America, (2016)
39. Sarah Close, Poster, Drought Indicators to Support Decision-Making: RISA contributions to the NIDIS Drought Early Warning System and progress in the development of drought indicators, American Geophysical Union annual meeting, San Francisco, California, United States of America, (2015)
40. Ryan McGranaghan, Invited Talk, Living with a star, TEDx University of Colorado Boulder, Boulder, Colorado, United States of America, (2015)
Service on External Committees
1. Emily Smith, member, American Geophysical Union AGU Education Advisory Group, (2017 - 2018)
2. Emily Newsom, Panel member, AMC AMS Polar Committee, (2016 - 2020)
Service on Internal Committees
1. Loretta Quinn, Committee Member, Diversity & Inclusion Strategic PlanningCommittee, (2017 - 2019)
Teaching or Training at Workshops/Tutorials/Colloquia
1. Kelvin Bates, NOAA Climate and Global Change Postdoctoral Fellow, Redefining odd oxygen: a new budget diagnostic for troposheric ozone, National Center For Atmospheric Research, (2019)
2. Ryan McGranaghan, Postdoctoral Researcher, Boston University Center for Space Physics Seminar series, Boston University, (2017)
3. Ryan McGranaghan, Postdoctoral Researcher, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab Seminar series, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, (2017)

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