Ph.D Candidate Katie Wilson Wins First Place Presentation
Katie Wilson, a Ph.D student in the School of Meteorology, won first place for her poster titled “An Instantaneous Self-Assessment of Forecaster Cognitive Workload” at the 2017 American Meteorological Society’s 97th annual meeting.
OU BLISS Team Begins Research in Portugal
OU-BLISS (Boundary Layer Integrated Sensing and Simulation) research team begins research project in Perdigão, Portugal!
I’M Meteorology series continues with Ashton Robinson Cook
Dr. Robinson Cook is the first African-American man to receive his Ph.D. from the University of Oklahoma in Meteorology and was recently featured on The Weather Channel as part of Black History Month.
Taylor Faires wins 1st place poster award in the conference of Environmental Information Processing Technologies
Taylor Faires won, 1st place for her poster at the 2017 AMS Student Competition of the Environmental Information Processing Technologies (EIPT).