The International Arctic Science Committee and the Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS), have the pleasure of welcoming Yvette Gramlich as a new IASC Fellow in the IASC Atmosphere Working Group. Yvette's expertise is in Arctic aerosols, cloud particle, and mass spectrometry.
APECS very kindly coordinated the application and review process; recommendations from APECS based on the review process were delivered for final selection to the IASC AWG Steering Group.
The IASC Fellowships provide the opportunity for early career scientists to become involved in leading-edge scientific activities at a circumarctic and international level, to build an international network, and also to develop management skills. The CAFF-IASC Fellowships are intended to to help early career scientists get more involved in the process of taking research from results through to science policy recommendations.
More information about the IASC Fellowship Program can be found here.