April 24, 2020 at 11:55 am

Clark Named Outstanding Graduate Scalia Scholar

Logan Clark , portrait

Logan Clark

Ohio University alum Logan Clark was named the Outstanding Graduate Scalia Scholar by the Geography Department.

Clark, who is pursuing a master’s in Geography, also earned his bachelor’s degree at OHIO in 2018, majoring in Geography – Meteorology.

His research interests are heavily involved in climate change, specifically in the way that the changing climate is influencing the Antarctic ice sheet.

“I have already conducted research in examining pressure variability throughout Antarctica during the 20th century, and I hope to build off that work, using various climate models and statistical analyses to further investigate the behavior of Antarctica’s climate,” he says.

About the Outstanding Graduate Scalia Scholar

Established by the former Scalia Laboratory for Atmospheric Analysis Director Dr. Ronald Isaac, the Outstanding Graduate Scalia Scholar is given annually to a full-time graduate student on the basis of academic performance, research and scholarly activity on behalf of the Scalia Laboratory, and/or community outreach, service, and education on behalf of the Scalia Laboratory. The award decision is made by the director of the Scalia Laboratory in consultation with the Geography Department graduate committee.

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