Congratulations to Carl Jurkowski who was selected as the spring 2019 DEVELOPer of the Term. Carl was project lead of the Argentina Water Resources team at the Idaho – Pocatello node. He showed exemplary leadership and communication throughout the term to ensure his team was on track. Learn more about Carl’s success in the upcoming spring 2019 review article, coming soon!
NASA DEVELOP hosts Applications of NASA Earth Observations session at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting in Washington DC. With over 6,000 geographers in attendance, learn how six DEVELOP presentations showed the unique applications of NASA satellites!
64 participants worked on 16 projects over the course of this spring. Each team created a project video highlighting their work! Every term the DEVELOP National Program hosts a Virtual Poster Competition to identify the best video! The competition will run from April 5 to April 26, and you can help them out by viewing, liking, and sharing their videos to friends and family! Check out their hard work here!
In honor of Women’s History Month, DEVELOP interviewed three alumnae: Chippie Kislik, Leah Kucera, and Kelly Meehan. These women shared what they pursued post-DEVELOP and how DEVELOP was influential in their future endeavors.
DEVELOP at Boston recognizes their first year of operation! Come read how a connection from California brought a DEVELOP node to the northeast!
Neda Kasraee wanted to share her NASA DEVELOP work with a wider network. What she didn’t know was that reaching out to the right people would put her in front of an audience of hundreds of GIS professionals.
With the change in season comes new participants, new partnerships, and new projects. The Spring 2019 term has begun!
62 participants worked on 16 projects. Check out the winning video, Under the Radar!
This term, for thier outstanding contributions to the program, Harrison Knapp and Jillian LaRoe have been named DEVELOPer of the Term!
Congratulations to Max Stewart, Sydney Neugebauer, and Conor Mulderrig for their exceptional service at DEVELOP this summer!
100 participants worked on 28 projects over the course of this Summer. They created some amazing videos highlighting their work which can be viewed here.
103 participants worked on 18 projects over the course of this fall. They created some amazing videos highlighting their work. The competition will run from November 16 to Decemeber 31, and you can help them out by viewing, liking, and sharing their videos to friends and family, however the best way to help is to leave intelligent and challenging comments for them. Check out their hard work here!
Congratulations to David Rickless, Mariana Webb, and Xin Hong for their above and beyond performance this summer at DEVELOP!
Congratulations to Helen Baldwin and Veronica Warda on being the 2017 Summer DEVELOPers of the term! Helen was on the Thailand Disasters team at Marshall Space Flight Center and Veronica was on the Wyoming Cross-Cutting project at the Wise County Clerk of Courts Office.
This spring, DEVELOP submitted 15 recent projects for publication as an article series through Earthzine. The series launched with the first article on Tuesday June 13 and the final article on August 21.
DEVELOPers attended the George Wright Society Conference in Norfolk, Virginia to demonstrate how America's national parks can benefit from the use of NASA Earth observations in their decision making processes. These collaborative projects were highlighted in two sessions, one co-chaired by NASA and NPS. This session concluded with the presentation of an "Intermountain Region Natural Resources Partnership" award to the NASA DEVELOP Program on behalf of the NPS Intermountain Region for the program's efforts and support during the National Park Service's Centennial. Many thanks to the National Park Service!
Congratulations to Austin Counts, selected as the Spring 2017 DEVELOPer of the Term! Austin was nominated by the Wise County and the Idaho Center Leads for his remarkable communication and collaboration skills. He worked on a multi-node, collaborative project and helped to ensure successful end results, even though participants were separated by two time zones and nearly 2,000 miles. He not only pre-emptively identified problems and solutions, but his hard-work ethic was contagious and motivated team members to accomplish project goals with little direction from project or node leadership. In essence, he embodied a leader's personality while still maintaining personable team relations.