[unav_all] EarthScope Scientist Receives Presidential Award

Jaime Magliocca magliocca at unavco.org
Fri Nov 2 09:10:38 MDT 2007

EarthScope Scientist Matt Fouch (ASU) Receives Presidential Award


On November 1, 2007, the White House announced the names of the recipients
of the 2006 Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers
(PECASE) recipients. Among those honored is Matthew J. Fouch, Arizona State


Each year NSF selects nominees for Presidential Early Career Awards for
Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) from among the most meritorious new CAREER
awardees. The PECASE program recognizes outstanding scientists and engineers
who, early in their careers, show exceptional potential for leadership at
the frontiers of knowledge. This Presidential Award is the highest honor
bestowed by the United States Government on scientists and engineers
beginning their independent careers.


Matthew J. Fouch (Assistant Professor. School of Earth & Space Exploration,
Arizona State University) is recognized for developing new approaches that
integrate multiple seismic and geodetic data types to better understand
deformation of continental North America, including public lectures,
electronic media development, and field and classroom training engaging a
new and diverse generation of students to appreciate the dynamic nature of
the Earth. Matt is the first early career scientist to receive a CAREER
award from the EarthScope Program.



Jaime Magliocca


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