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 Name   Inez Yau-Sheung Fung  
 Election Year2010
 Education

S.B. (Applied Mathematics) (1971), Sc.D. (Meteorology) (1977), Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 Professional
 Experience

Resident Research Associate (at Goddard Space Flight Center), National Academy of Sciences/NRC (1977-79)

Associate Research Scientist (resident at NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies) (1979-86), Adjunct Associate Research Scientist (1986-93), Adjunct Senior Scientist (1993-2001), Lamont-Doherty Observatory of Columbia University

Physical Scientist, NASA GSFC, Institute for Space Studies, (on leave of absence 1993-98) (1986-98)

Visiting Associate Professor, Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Washington (1988, Spring)

Adjunct Professor, Department of Applied Physics, Columbia University (1989-93)

Professor, School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, University of Victoria, Canada (1993-98)

 Specialties

Atmospheric Science, Climate Change, Global Carbon Cycle

 Awards and
 Honors

2017: Elected Member, California Academy of Sciences

2014: Elected Member, American Academy of Arts & Sciences

2014: Elected Member, American Philosophical Society

2009: Charney Lecture, American Geophysical Union Spring meeting, Toronto.

2009: Outstanding Mentor Award, Department of Energy

2009: Distinguished Faculty Mentoring Award, presented by the UC Berkeley Graduate Assembly

2007: Contributor to the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize awarded to the United National Environmental Programme (UNEP) Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change (IPCC)

2007: National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) Community Climate System Model Distinguished Achievement Award

2006: Award for the Environment, World Technology Network

2005: Scientific American 50

2004: Roger Revelle Medal, American Geophysical Union

2002: Henry W. Kendall Memorial Lecturer in Global Change Science, MIT

2001: Elected Member, U.S. National Academy of Sciences

1997-2002: Richard and Rhoda Goldman Distinguished Professor for the Physical Sciences, University of California Berkeley

1996: Fellow, American Geophysical Union

1994: Fellow, American Meteorological Society

1992-1997: NASA Goddard Senior Fellow

1991: NOAA Distinguished Authorship Award

1990, 1996: NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies Most Valuable Paper Award

1989: NASA Exceptional Scientific Achievement Medal

1987, 1993: NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies Peer Award

1977: C.G. Rossby Award for the outstanding thesis of the year, Department of Meteorology, MIT

 Current
 Positions

Professor, Dept. of Earth & Planetary Science, and Dept. of Environmental Science, Policy & Management; University of California, Berkeley

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