Hollings Scholar Summer Reasearch- Kristine Chen

Students who receive the prestigious Hollings Scholar title are granted many opportunities over the course of their undergraduate careers. This year's group of seniors has three Hollings Scholars and over the summer they all completed a research project with various weather research and forecasting entities around the country.

Hollings Scholar Summer Research- Max Ungar

Students who receive the prestigious Hollings Scholar title are granted many opportunities over the course of their undergraduate careers. This year's group of seniors has three Hollings Scholars and over the summer they all completed a research project with various weather research and forecasting entities around the country.

Hollings Scholar Summer Research- Matthew Bray

Students who receive the prestigious Hollings Scholar title are granted many opportunities over the course of their undergraduate careers. This year's group of seniors has three Hollings Scholars and over the summer they all completed a research project with various weather research and forecasting entities around the country.

Graduate Student Chosen for NASA Future Investigators Program

Ryann Wakefield, a Ph.D. student in the School of Meteorology, was accepted into the NASA Future Investigators program. Her NASA journey started last year. “I was not selected last year but was eligible one more time, so we learned from last year’s feedback and tried again,” Wakefield said. She then got a push from a […]

Upcoming events

Emily Tinney – Nov 20

Name:     Emily Tinney Title:    Convective Influence on United States Upper Troposphere Lower Stratosphere Composition Location: NWC 5930 Date:     2019/11/20 Time:     03:00 PM Series:   Weather and Climate Systems Abstract: It has been well demonstrated that deep convective storms can alter the composition of the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere (UTLS). A comprehensive and quantitative understanding of this […]

Dr.Jeremy Gibbs-Nov 22

Name:     Dr. Jeremy Gibbs Title:    Three Simple Ways to Add More Structure (Functions and Parameters) to Your Life Location: NWC 5600 Date:     2019/11/22 Time:     2:00 PM Series:   Boundary Layer, Urban Meteorology, and Land-Surface Processes Abstract: Feeling lost? Not sure how to characterize the intensity of turbulent fluctuations of atmospheric flow variables? Well, look no further my […]
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