GP Research Associate Tasha Snow has won the inaugural Open Science Prize from the AGU’s Union awards, medals, and prizes program. Dr. Snow has been one of the key leaders in the cloud-computing transition for the NASA Cryospheric Sciences program, developing and supporting a cloud computing environment used by researchers, workshops, and hackweeks across the country, and this prize is a (huge) recognition of her hard work over the past two years in the name of open and collaborative science. You can read more about the infrastructure she has deployed, CryoCloud, in the Mines Newsroom article about her award or in the CryoCloud JupyterBook describing the project.