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Cynthia Garcia-Eidell Awarded ACM SIGHPC/Intel Computational and Data Science Fellowship

Cynthia sitting on a rock along the artic circle.  There is lake water and mountains in the background.

Cynthia Garcia-Eidell was one of six recipients of the ACM SIGHPC/Intel Computational and Data Science Fellowship. The fellowship aims to increase diversity in the field of data science and provides $15,000 annually for study anywhere in the world. Cynthia was nominated by her Ph.D. advisor, Professor Max Berkelhammer.  They work together to study changing polar regions using remote sensing. Specially, Cynthia uses satellites to study large scale biogeochemical processes in the polar oceans.

You can read more about the fellowship here: