Now alumni, Taylor Foote worked on her project "Seasonal Dependence of Column-averaged and Near-surface Aerosol Optical Properties Measured at Appalachian State University" as a SAFE fund recipient.
Through SAFE funding, Foote was able to attend the Global Monitoring Annual Conference (GMAC) of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in Boulder, Colorado to present her research with her mentor, Dr. James Sherman, professor, Physics and Astronomy. This grant specifically helped fund Foote’s airfare and housing for the trip. Without the grant, Foote says this trip would not have been possible for her.
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