PostDoctoral Researcher - UPRM
Postdoctoral researcher Nathan Hosannahthis link opens in a new window has been performing regional atmospheric climate research in urban regions for over 5 years during his work with advisor Professor Jorge González at The City College of New York, and is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez. He has presented his work on the effects of data assimilation of particle size distributions on precipitation forecasting at national and international conferences under the sponsorships of EPP NOAA-ISET and NOAA-CREST Centers since the summer of 2008.
In addition to his passion for science, Dr. Hosannah is involved in social entrepreneurship as one of two directors at Uppademics, a not- for-profit venture he founded with his cousin and comrade in music, Danon Singh (a graduate of the CUNY School of Law). Uppademics seeks to support, educate, and empower NYC students who wish to balance their artistic passions with their academic goals.
Nathan’s promising career exemplifies the kinds of scholarship and social engagement NOAA-CREST hopes to cultivate, and we are very proud of him.