Award Lectures 2020

Award Lectures 2020

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Arthur L. Day Prize and Lectureship

Awarded to a scientist making lasting contributions to the study of the physics of the Earth and whose lectures will provide solid, timely, and useful additions to the knowledge and literature in the field. The recipient is awarded a $50,000 prize and funds to present a series of Day Lectures.

Lectures:

Susan Solomon, 2017 Arthur L. Day Prize and Lectureship recipient, presented the 2018 Day Prize Lecture series on "A Brief History of Environmental Successes" at Bryn Mawr College. 
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Richard B. Alley, 2014 Arthur L. Day Prize and Lectureship recipient, presented the 2015 Day Prize Lecture series on a variety of topics including climate change, energy, and the environment at locations throughout the United States.
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R. Lawrence Edwards, 2011 Arthur L. Day Prize and Lectureship recipient, presented the 2013 Day Prize Lecture series on "Deciphering Climate Change from Underground" at Oberlin College & Conservatory. 
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Richard Lounsbery Prize and Lecture Series

Given in alternate years by the National Academy of Sciences and the French Académie des Sciences, to young (no older than 45) French and American scientists to recognize extraordinary scientific achievement in biology and medicine.  In addition to honoring scientific excellence, the award is intended to stimulate research and encourage reciprocal scientific exchanges between the United States and France. This $50,000 prize also provides funds for recipients to present a lecture on thier research at a institution of their choice.

Lectures:

Jay Shendure, 2019 Richard Lounsbery Award recipient, will present the 2020 Lounsbery Lecture on "Global, Single Cell Views of Human and Mouse Development" at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. This Lecture will be open to the public and webcast live.
Pardis Christine Sabeti, 2017 Richard Lounsbery Award recipient, presented the 2018 Lounsbery Lecture on "Genomic Surveillance and Response System for Infectious Disease Outbreaks" at University of Massachusetts, Boston.
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Hopi Hoekstra, 2015 Richard Lounsbery Award recipient, presented the 2015 Lounsbery Lecture on "Digging for Genes That Affect Mammalian Behavior" at Smith College. 
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