Tapio Schneider, Theodore Y. Wu Professor of Environmental Science and Engineering, was celebrated at the AGU Fall Meeting 2022 AGU Honors Award Showcase on December 14, 2022. He is elected an American Geophysical Union Fellow for sustained, fundamental contributions to the understanding of atmospheric dynamics and climate.
AGU Fellows have earned this recognition because of remarkable innovation and/or sustained scientific impact. In addition, each Fellow embodies AGU's values by fostering equity, integrity, diversity, and open science; by mentoring; through public engagement; and in their communications.
The recipients of this year's honors join a prestigious group. Since 1962, less than one tenth of 1% of AGU members have been selected to receive this honor each year.
AGU Fellows serve as global leaders and experts who propel our understanding of geosciences.
2022 AWARD SHOWCASE
The AGU Honors Program recognizes the brightest and most innovative people in science and those who work tirelessly to communicate its importance.
AGU's Section and Union-level honors recognize individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the advancement of the Earth and space sciences, for their service to the scientific community, and public outreach. AGU's honorees and their scientific achievements have transformed our understanding of the world around us, impacted our everyday lives, helped to improve our communities, and contributed to developing solutions for a sustainable future.