Equisha Glenn, who recently won the NOAA STAR fellowship, published her article, “Detection of recent regional sea surface temperature warming in the Caribbean and surrounding region,” in Geophysical Research Letters, a publication of the American Geophysical Union. The article was also featured as a “Research Spotlight” in Earth and Space Science News.
Glenn, who earned her B.E. in Earth Systems Science and Environmental Engineering from CCNY, started her career with NOAA-CREST as an undergraduate. She has since obtained two graduate degrees as a research fellow with CREST and with the Earth Science and Environmental Sustainability Graduate Initiative program. She will start her Ph.D. studies in 2016.