The School of Meteorology has 25 full time faculty members covering various aspects of the atmospheric sciences. The School has 33 adjunct and affiliate faculty members (adjunct and affiliate policy can be found here) with the largest number associated with NOAA’s National Severe Storms Laboratory. We have a diverse array of students from around the globe including the United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, Australia, Korea, China, Taiwan, Norway, and Serbia. We currently have 91 graduate students and 280 undergraduate students. Our regular and emeritus faculty includes 5 endowed chairs and professorship, six Presidential Professors; three Regents Professors; three George Lynn Cross Research Professors; two Emeritus GLC Professors; one Dean; two past Presidents of the American Meteorological Society; two OU Vice Presidents (Research and Weather and Climate).

Faculty

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Elinor Martin

Associate Professor, Associate Director for Undergraduate Studies

Office: NWC 5642 Phone: (405) 325-7392 Website: http://weather.ou.edu/~ermartin/ Group: http://weather.ou.edu/~ermartin/ Education: BSc(Hons), Meteorology with a year in Oklahoma, University of Reading, 2005 M.S., Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University, 2007 Ph.D., Atmospheric Sciences, Texas A&M University, 2011 Research Interests: climate variability precipitation variability climate change extremes tropical meteorology Online Research Profiles:  Google Scholar ResearcherID ORCid

Jeff Basara

Associate Professor

Office: NWC 5238 Phone: (405) 325-1760 Group: http://hydrometeorology.oucreate.com/ Education: B.S., Atmospheric Science, Purdue University 1994 M.S., Meteorology, University of Oklahoma 1998 Ph.D., Meteorology, University of Oklahoma 2001 Dr. Basara is an Associate Professor at the University of Oklahoma and has a joint appointment between the School of Meteorology and the School of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science.  Dr. […]

Steven Cavallo

Associate Professor

Office: NWC 5349 Phone: (405) 325-2439 Web: http://weather.ou.edu/~scavallo Group: http://arctic.som.ou.edu/ B.S., Meteorology, Florida State University, 2003 M.S., Atmospheric Sciences, University of Washington, 2006 Ph.D., Atmospheric Sciences, University of Washington, 2009

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Graduate Students

Woodward, Alyssa

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Patil, Saurabh

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Gibson, Maci

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Postdoctoral Researchers

Chase, Randy

Post Doctoral

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Li, Tsung-Han

Post Doctoral

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Lu, Xu

Post Doctoral

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Adjunct Faculty

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Chilson, Phillip

Academic Affiliate

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Ziegler, Conrad

Adjunct Assistant Professor

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Clark, Adam

Adjunct Assistant Professor

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Emeritus Faculty

Leslie, Lance

​Professor Emeritus

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Straka, Jerry

Professor Emeritus

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Evgeni Fedorovich

Professor; Edith Kinney Gaylord Presidential Professor

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Mentors

Feng Xu

Associate Professor

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Berrien Moore III

Cheasapeake Professor of METR; Dean, College of Atmospheric & Geographic Sciences; Director, NWC

Office: NWC 3630 Phone: (405) 325-3095 Web: https://www.ou.edu/ags/about/people/bmoore Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=HbPGILMAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=sra BS in Mathematics, University of North Carolina, 1963 PhD in Mathematics, University of Virginia 1969

Jason Furtado

Associate Professor

Office: NWC 5240 Phone: (405) 325-1391 Website: http://ifurtado.org Group: http://ifurtado.org/ Education: B.S., Meteorology and B.S., Mathematics, Lyndon State College, 2002 M.S., Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University, 2005 Ph.D., Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010 Research interests:  Improving sub-seasonal and seasonal forecasts of temperature and precipitation. Enhancing our understanding of decadal-scale projections of climate/climate […]

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