The Weather Forecast Research Team
Exceptional people. Novel ideas. Bold vision.
Previous WFRT Member-of-the-Season Award Winners
Henryk Modzelewski - Spring 2023
Recognized for his support and instrumental work in several key WFRT projects, and for checking in on students and sharing his excellent skills, such as helping students with coding.
Julia Jeworrek - Fall 2022
Recognized for her inspiring EOAS Gala speech on behalf of not just our team but all grad students; her excellent academic and life advice to her fellow peers; her overall contributions to our team, as an outstanding scientist, colleague, and friend.
Reagan McKinney - Spring 2022
Recognized her hard work and dedication to our fieldwork and instrumentation projects; her public outreach initiatives; being supportive and welcoming to new team members; her outstanding contributions to the team in general.
Eva Gnegy - Winter 2022
Recognized for the volume of impressive and efficient work she has completed in her first year, in particular for the verification project; being supportive and helping other team members; helping to organize social activities
Anthony Di Stefano - Fall 2020
Recognized for organization and excellence running our seminars; supporting our operational products very willingly and effectively; his general helpfulness, friendliness, and support of team members
Tobias Schmidt - Summer 2020
Recognized for his productivity and accomplishments; delivering an entire improved smoke forecasting system; coordinating and integrating his development work with US AirFire; applying much-welcome software engineering practices
Roland Schigas - Spring 2020
Recognized for doing a lot behind the scenes across many areas to keep the workplace up and running, with the transition to working remotely; generally being helpful, and going above and beyond what is expected from him
Chris Rodell - Winter 2020
Recognized for his involvement, dedication, and enthusiasm with his own research and fieldwork, TAing, weather briefings, and for generally being helpful to other people in the group
Timothy Chui - Fall 2019
Recognized for always being available, willing, and enthusiastic in helping others solve problems, both technical and scientific; helping to keep our operations running smoothly and working to improve them; being welcoming and supportive to new students