Alexandra Matiella Novak joined the Johns Hopkins University Applied Phyiscs Laboratory in 2010 as an Education and Public Outreach Lead in the Space Exploration Sector. In 2014 she transitioned to a planetary mission scientist position in the Science Analysis and Applicaitons Group (SAA), assisting with lunar, Venus and Mars research, and joining the MRO/CRISM Mission Operations Team.
Planetary Mission Scientist, Science Analysis and Applications Group, Space Exploration Sector, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Education and Public Outreach Lead, Space Exploration Sector, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Faculty, National Suborbital Education and Research Center, University of North Dakota
Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant, Department of Geological and Mining Engineering and Sciences, Michigan Technological University; Lead Geology Instructor, Summer Youth Programs - Women and Minorities in Engineering, Michigan Technological University
Internship, Hawaiian Volcanoes Observatory, US Geological Survey.
2008 - Present
American Geophysical Union
NASA Ames Honor Award to the FINESSE (Field Investigations to Enable Solar System Science and Exploration) Team
NASA Group Achievement Award, MRO Comet Siding Spring Observing Team
NASA Group Achievement Award, Van Allen Probes Project Team
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