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Dr. Amy Mcgovern Discusses the Importance of High Impact Weather Research with President Harroz in His Podcast

The fifteenth president of The University of Oklahoma, Joseph Harroz, Jr., was joined by Dr. Amy McGovern on his podcast on March 5th, 2024. Dr. Amy McGovern is a Lloyd G. and Joyce Austin Presidential Professor of Machine learning, data-mining, and data science for the physical sciences. She uses real-world applications with a focus of […]

By Bre Mraz | News

OU Meteorology Students Took Home 1st Place, 3rd Place, and Two Awards of Excellence.

Every year, the Broadcast Education Association receives thousands of entries to present an excellence award. This year, out of 1,900 entries from 300 schools, thirty-five students and three faculty members from The University of Oklahoma received one of these honors. Within these thirty-five honorees; 4 OU Meteorology Students who are part of OU Nightly took […]

By Bre Mraz | News

College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences Hosts 2024 Internship & Career Fair

On February 28, 2024, the College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences held its Annual Internship & Career Fair. With participation from over 15 reputable organizations, including The Cooperative Institute for Severe and High-Impact Weather Research and Operations (CIWRO), Southwest Airlines, The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and The Oklahoma Mesonet, the event provided students […]

By Alexa Dringus | News

SoM Research Group Gave Fourteen Presentations over Summer 2022

The Multiscale data Assimilation and Predictability (MAP) group at the School of Meteorology gave fourteen presentations during the summer of 2022. The topics include novel data assimilation methodology development, data assimilation research for high impact weather prediction, and research to operation transition. Among the 14 talks, graduate student Erin Jones obtained the student travel award […]

By Colton Williams | News