Professor, Climate & Space Sciences, Engineering & Applied Physics, University of Michigan, AGU Education Section president
Mark Moldwin is an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering at the University of Michigan. He is currently the Executive Director of NASA’s Michigan Space Grant Consortium and Past-President of the American Geophysical Union’s (AGU) Education Section. Dr. Moldwin’s primary research interests are magnetospheric, ionospheric and heliospheric plasma physics, magnetic sensor development and pre-college and college science education and outreach. Prof. Moldwin was awarded UM's Provost's Teaching Innovation Prize, the UM College of Engineering's Raymond J. and Monica E. Schultz Outreach and Diversity Award, the UM's Harold R. Johnson Diversity Service Award and the UM College of Engineering’s John F. Ullrich Education Excellence Award. He has been recognized for his "extraordinary service to geophysics" with the 2016 AGU Union Waldo E. Smith Award and “significant service to the university” with the 2019-2020 Trudy Huebner Service Excellence Award. He was the 2019-2020 US-Norway Fulbright Arctic Chair.