meteorology

May
04

Senior Spotlight May 2021 – Connor Bruce

This year we are continuing our tradition of Senior Spotlights! For everyone, 2020 and 2021 have been challenging years, but we want to highlight our amazing seniors for preserving through these difficult times. Meet Connor Bruce! He’s from Columbia, Maryland, and he gained his passion for meteorology from his dad. “My dad was a Marine […]

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Apr
19

Senior Spotlight 2021 – Andrew Kramer

This year we are continuing our tradition of Senior Spotlights! For everyone, 2020 and 2021 have been challenging years, but we want to highlight our amazing seniors for preserving through these difficult times. Meet Andrew Kramer! He’s from Lockport, Illinois (Go Porters!), and his meteorology started when he was just four years old. “My fascination […]

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Oct
22

SoM Senior Becomes Published Author

Senior Ariel Jacobs is now a published author at the age of 20. Her paper is titled “The Effect of Climatological Variables on Future UAS-Based Atmospheric Profiling in the Lower Atmosphere”. The article examines how surface visibility, cloud base level (CBL) height, and wind speed impact the hypothetical success rates of weather observing unmanned aircraft […]

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Dec
11

Senior Spotlight *December Graduate* – Jason Myers

Jason is from Troy, Ohio and came to Oklahoma to study here at the School of Meteorology. He told us that he has always been interested in the weather and Oklahoma was the perfect place for him to study meteorology alongside aviation. 

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Sep
27

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 […]

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