Jolliff and Fike receive NASA grants for research

Several faculty members in Arts & Sciences have received new or renewal grants recently from NASA for their research. Among them are:

  • Bradley Jolliff, the Scott Rudolph Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences, $539,932 from NASA/University of New Mexico to support his work with the University of New Mexico’s Consortium for the Advanced Analysis of Apollo Samples.
  • David Fike, professor of earth and planetary sciences, $70,338 from NASA’s Ames Research Center for a project titled “Abiotic and biological sulfate reduction in serpentinizing systems.”
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