Posts tagged with "Careers"

For article Lawrence Livermore climate scientist earns Early Career Research award

Lawrence Livermore climate scientist earns Early Career Research award

May 13, 2015 -  
Lawrence Livermore’s Yunyan Zhang , a climate scientist in the cloud process group within the Atmospheric, Earth and Energy Division , has earned $2.5 million for research to improve the understanding of how soil moisture and surface diversity affect cloud formation and precipitation. As the...
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Researcher receives ‘Millennial Leader’ award

May 12, 2015 -  
Monica Moya, an early career biomedical engineer researcher in the Materials Engineering Division, was recognized with a Millennial Leader Award at the EmpowHer Institute’s Rising Stars Awards event held last month in Hollywood, California. This prestigious award acknowledges women under 40 who...
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Energy secretary honors LLNL climate scientist

May 7, 2015 -  
Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz has awarded LLNL climate scientist David Bader with a DOE Secretarial Honor Award for his leadership of the Accelerated Climate Modeling for Energy (ACME) project. The Secretarial Honor Awards are the department's highest form of non-monetary employee recognition...
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Students enjoy 'phenomenal' day at the Lab

May 6, 2015 -  
The Laboratory hosted 14 students, ranging in age from middle school to college, from Green Technical Education and Employment ( Green Tech ) last week for a full day of presentations and tours. Green Tech is a non-profit community-based organization in Sacramento charged with providing middle and...
For article Students visit Lab for Job Shadow Day

Students visit Lab for Job Shadow Day

May 1, 2015 -  
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's Office of the Chief Information Officer and Livermore Information Technology (LivIT) hosted 60 students and teachers for the third annual Information Technology (IT) Job Shadow Day on Wednesday. It was a fun-filled day for 60 high school students from...
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Remembering Dick Post’s life and career

April 28, 2015 -  
Livermore scientist Dick Post had some of the most productive years of his career after he reached 90 years of age — long after the vast majority of researchers retire. Few scientists have had a career as long as Post's. He joined a national laboratory within weeks of its founding and then worked...
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First lady recognizes efforts to hire veterans

April 27, 2015 -  
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) was in the spotlight Thursday at an event celebrating the fourth anniversary of the Joining Forces Initiative , where new commitments were announced to ensure that every veteran and military family has an opportunity to achieve their career aspirations...
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Georgetown students visit Lawrence Livermore for training in emergency management

April 13, 2015 -  
Several dozen Georgetown University graduate students acquired a small part of their education during a recent visit to LLNL. Participating in Georgetown’s one-year master’s program in emergency and disaster management, the students spent a week at Lawrence Livermore and found the Lab’s programs...
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The accidental entrepreneur

April 9, 2015 -  
Editor's note: This article is part of an occasional series about LLNL entrepreneurs _______________ Martin Casado considers himself to be an accidental entrepreneur. The 38-year-old Bay Area tech executive went from a research career at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory to a doctorate at...
For article DOE video series features Livermore analyst

DOE video series features Livermore analyst

Feb. 23, 2015 -  
Suzanne Singer, an energy and thermal fluids analyst at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), recently became the first LLNL employee to be featured in the Department of Energy’s #WomenInSTEM video series , where she discusses her research and how she is using her knowledge to help Native...