Atmospheric Integrated Research at University of California, Irvine

Carlton receives Revelle Fellowship

Fri, 10/22/2021

UCI Podcast - November 29, 2021
Annmarie was the guest on the November 29th UCI Podcast which was recorded before her departure to Washington D.C.  She discusses her research and background, airborne particles, climate change, and the challenges of science influencing policy at both small and large scales.  Hear the podcast

White House Update October 22, 2021:
I've been working with the team of Cabinet Member Dr. Eric S. Lander, who is the President’s Science Advisor and Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.  I have prepared briefings with the team on climate mitigation, hydrogen and methane. They were all this week. The hydrogen one is later today. Next week I'm briefing him on agriculture and climate.  Read about Annmarie at the White House

Annmarie Carlton, AirUCI faculty, has been selected for the prestigious Roger Revelle Fellowship in Global Stewardship. This fellowship, offered by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), is awarded to an accomplished scientist roughly every four years. Annmarie has been placed in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy for a one-year appointment, beginning in September 2021. She brings to bear her broad scientific expertise and regulatory experience to help develop effective policy that applies to critical global environmental justice problems surrounding air quality, ozone-depleting substances, and climate change. We are proud to count her as one of our own!
The Roger Revelle Fellowship in Global Stewardship was established in recognition of Roger Revelle, a renowned statesman of science. Placements may be in any branch of the Federal government, a nonprofit organization, an NGO, or another approved organization. Previous host offices have included the Smithsonian Institution, the U.S. Department of State, and the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy where Annmarie will serve. One placement is available periodically and tailored to match the fellow’s background with the needs of the host office. Fellowship experiences vary between offices and agencies.
Revelle fellows of many different scientific backgrounds help their host offices to better employ scientific and technical knowledge in environmental policymaking. This fellowship is designed to provide an opportunity to address global stewardship problems by applying the awardee's multidisciplinary background toward solutions to societal issues ranging from ecosystems and population to sustainable development and climate change.  Way to go, Annmarie!