Two SoM Seniors win NWA Awards
Near the end of 2020, two School of Meteorology seniors won awards presented by the National Weather Association (NWA). Amanda Novak and Nash Rhodes won the “Bob Glahn Scholarship in Statistical Meteorology” and “Broadcast Meteorology Scholarship” awards, respectfully. The Bob Glahn Scholarship in Statistical Meteorology awards one college student in the United States who “has a true interest in […]
Coordinator of Graduate Programs, Christie Upchurch, Retires after 36 Years
After 36 years of service at OU, Christie Upchurch is celebrating her retirement from the School of Meteorology. Christie served as the Coordinator of Graduate Programs working closely with the school’s graduate students for the last seven years. Christie had a large positive impact on the students, faculty, and staff within the school. In 2018, […]
Junior Lauren Tyler praised for performance at NWS Fort Worth Office
This past summer, junior Lauren Tyler volunteered at the National Weather Service Fort Worth Office, a highly sought out forecasting experience. Meteorologist-in-Charge Tom Bradshaw sent the School of Meteorology a letter about Tyler’s performance during her internship. He praised her for exceptional performance with his team. The purpose of this letter is to recognize OU […]
School of Meteorology Welcomes Largest Class of Graduate Students in History
This fall, 24 new graduate students joined the School of Meteorology. Among them, 12 men and 12 women from all over the country and the world.
In Memoriam: Stanley Louis Barnes
School of Meteorology Founder, Dr. Stanley Louis Barnes died peacefully on May, 14 2019 at the age of 87.