Martha Maiden Award

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Martha Maiden Lifetime Achievement Award for Service to the Earth Science Information Community

Description

In honor of Martha E. Maiden’s leadership, dedication and tireless efforts to nurture the ESIP Federation into a vibrant and mature organization, this award was established in 2009 to recognize outstanding service to the Earth science information community. This award honors individuals who have demonstrated leadership, dedication and a collaborative spirit in advancing the field of Earth Science information.

This award is named for Martha E. Maiden, NASA Program Executive for Earth Data Systems. Ms. Maiden is widely credited for nurturing the ESIP Federation in its infancy and has overseen its growth and maturity. This award will be presented on a regular basis, but not less than one time each year.

Application Procedure

Nominations are accepted on a rolling basis. To be considered for the January meeting, a complete nomination package (in pdf format) is due by October 31 of the preceding year. The following materials are required:

  • Nominating Letter
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Biographical Sketch (1 page)
  • At least 2 supporting letters

The nominations will be reviewed by a subcommittee comprised of the ESIP Type Reps. Applications can be held over for future award cycles and will require an updated nomination package. The next award will be presented at the January 2015 ESIP Federation meeting. For questions or to submit a completed nomination package, please contact Erin Robinson, erinrobinson@esipfed.org | 314-369-9954.

Past Winners

2015 - Ted Habermann
2014 - Charles Hutchinson
2013 - Sara Graves
2012 - Peter Fox
2011 - John Townshend
2010 - Bruce R. Caron
2009 - Martha E. Maiden

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