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SSAI members of the Earth to Sky program turn up the heat at the National Association for Interpretation Annual Conference

December 01, 2021 Earth Science, Education and Outreach, Employee Spotlights, SSAI in the News

This week, the Earth to Sky team hosted events at the National Association for Interpretation to help interpreters - educators like park rangers who help people emotionally connect to places - connect to NASA and NPS resources.   

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SSAI Earns 2021 HIRE Vets Medallion for Veteran Recruiting Efforts

November 11, 2021 Company Awards, SSAI in the News

On November 10, 2021, SSAI had the honor of being awarded a 2021 Gold HIRE Vets Medallion Award at a virtual ceremony hosted by the HIRE Vets program office.

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AERONET Team's Research Featured in COP26 NASA Hyperwall Presentation

November 10, 2021 Earth Science, Employee Spotlights, SSAI in the News

On November 10, research by the SSAI-led AERONET Team was featured as part of a NASA Hyperwall presentation on atmospheric aerosols at the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 26) in Glasgow.

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SSAI Named #1 Top Workplace in Hampton Roads for 2021

August 12, 2021 Company Awards, SSAI in the News

SSAI has been named #1 in Hampton Roads in the mid-size business category for the Inside Business 2021 Top Workplaces in Hampton Roads award!

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SSAI Ranks 4th in the DC Metro Area as a "2021 Best Place to Work"

June 17, 2021 Company Awards, SSAI in the News

SSAI was honored by being named one of 2021’s “Best Places to Work” in the DC Metro Area, ranking 4th in the region among extra-large employers (250+ employees).

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SSAI Scientist Dr. Sergio Sejas Helps Identify Key Sources of Uncertainty in Global Warming Projections

June 01, 2021 Data Analytics, Employee Spotlights, SSAI in the News, Technical Highlight

Findings from the extensive analysis carried out by Dr. Sejas and his colleagues provide a path forward to reducing the uncertainty in model warming projections that will improve scientists’ ability to predict the severity of global warming.