Embry-Riddle Scientist Wins NSF CAREER Grant

Embry-Riddle Scientist Wins NSF CAREER Grant

Embry-Riddle Scientist Wins NSF CAREER Grant

Dr. Matthew Zettergren has received the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious award for junior faculty members, the Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Grant, to support his research on the near-Earth space plasma environment, known as the ionosphere, and its potential impact on space weather.

 

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