Events

All Faculty Meeting Teaching Demonstration Student Org Events Career Development School of Meteorology Colloquium Social Event/Celebration Academic Calendar National Weather Center Colloquia Boundary Layer, Urban Meteorology and Land-Surface Processes School of Meteorology (Defense) Weather and Climate Systems Convective Meteorology (Mesoscale Dynamics)

Career Fair Prep

Free

Rick Dubler from OU Career Services will be doing resume critiques and offering career fair tips in the NWC Atrium from 12:00-1:00.

At 12:00 pm
120 David L. Boren Blvd.

Met TEA

Free

Met TEA returns this semester, featuring cookies, apple cider, and hot tea. Please join us in our usual spot next to the grad lounge for Thoughts, Encouragement, and Announcements at 2:30. If you are unable to join at this time and would like to suggest another time, please let Shelby Hill know. We look forward to […]

At 2:30 pm

Met TEA

Free

Monday will be our first TEA of the semester, featuring cookies, apple cider, and hot tea. Please join us in our usual spot next to the grad lounge for Thoughts, Encouragement, and Announcements at 2:30. If you are unable to join at this time and would like to suggest another time, please let Shelby Hill […]

At 2:30 pm

Manda Chasteen-Defense

Free

Most continental regions experience an afternoon or evening maximum of convective activity, which is dominated by convection driven by surface heating. However, the Great Plains of North America experiences a nocturnal maximum in convective precipitation during the warm season, which is associated with the frequent occurrence of elevated mesoscale convective systems (MCSs). These elevated convective […]

At 1:30 pm
National Weather Center, 120 David L. Boren Blvd, Rm 5820, Norman, OK 73072

Met TEA

Free

Met TEA is an event where all members of the School of Meteorology are invited to come together to share their Thoughts, Encouragements, or Announcements. Each week, we serve cookies and seasonal beverages one afternoon and gather at the southeast seating area of the 5th floor of the National Weather Center.  

At 3:30 pm
NWC 5th floor

November Colloquium

Free

Linkages between boundary layer structure and evolution of the nocturnal low-level jet in the U.S. Southern Great Plains

At 4:00 pm