Past Shoemaker Fellows
- (1997-99) Dr. Jeffery R. Johnson, became well-integrated into both PG&G and Astrogeology research by publishing several papers, serving on planetary advisory groups and flight mission teams, and securing independent funding through his own research proposals. Dr. Johnson was a permanent staff member of the USGS/Astrogeology Team and was selected in late 2007 as the Astrogeology Team Chief Scientist.
- (2000-2002) Dr. Matthew Staid. Staid was productive in planetary science research as a funded PG&G investigator, and was a team member of the Moon Mineralogical Mapper experiment as part of the Chandrayaan-1 mission to the Moon (C. Pieters, PI). He is currently self-employed in the terrestrial remote sensing industry.
- (2002-2004), Dr. Devon Burr, is currently a planetary geomorphologist and an Associate Professor in the Earth and Planetary Sciences Department at the University of Tennessee Knoxville.
- (2005-2007), Dr. Jeff Byrnes, had a research emphasis on planetary volcanic processes as interpreted by analysis of terrestrial analog and planetary remote sensing data. He is currently a tenure-track professor in the Boone Pickens School of Geology at Oklahoma State University.
- (2007-2009), Dr. Renee Weber, worked on modeling and interpretation of Apollo seismic data and expanded her research into image-based remote sensing techniques and analysis for the Moon and Mars. She is now at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.
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