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July 21, 2018

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September 26, 2011
"Dr. Austin was an inspiring mentor for all of us who were lucky enough to be students at MIT with the weather radar research group. We learned from her, but few have come up to her level of excellence." Rod Rogers (Buffalo NY)
September 22, 2011
Pauli was a bright light and influence in my life. I was just recalling her advice to me on the proper way to construct a graph, and the right way to use the word "data". My condolence to Doris and Carol. Your mom was a great woman. I really liked her sense of humor and joyous twinkle in her eye. And remember fondly the ways she helped me with my challanges in graduate school. I am a better person because of her. -Tony
September 13, 2011
I remember Dr. Austin as a kind person & fine teacher. My best wishes to her family in remembering how many she influenced & helped.
September 13, 2011
A pioneer in our field has been lost.

Steve Nelson
National Science Foundation