Graduate

Welcome to the Atmospheric Science Program

We are a group of scholars, including five faculty members, who engage in a wide range of atmospheric research. Our specializations include climate variability, cloud physics, numerical modeling, atmospheric dynamics, mesoscale and synoptic meteorology, air pollution meteorology, and data analytics. Our program is an excellent place for studies because of our research excellence, high faculty-student ratio, friendly environment, and open-door policy for student questions.

Student Opportunities

We welcome contact with prospective graduate students at the MS and/or PhD level interested in conducting societally-relevant research into climate dynamics, cloud physics and numerical modeling, atmospheric dynamics, mesoscale and synoptic meteorology, or air pollution meteorology. Both research and teaching assistantships are available annually for qualified applicants.

See a listing of currently-available graduate student research opportunities.