Colloquia

Colloquium: Dr. Dan Dawson

Friday, Februrary 22, 2019
2:00 pm
“Interactions between Microphysical and Dynamical Processes in Supercell Thunderstorms as Revealed through Observations and High-resolution Numerical Simulations”

Colloquium: Professor Jon Kahl

February 23, 2018 at 2 pm
Colloquium talk “Automatic, Multiple Assessment Options in Undergraduate Math and Science Education” by Dr. Jon Kahl

Colloquium: Dr. Ryan Sobash

December 1, 2017 at 2 pm
Colloquium talk “Variations in the Practical Predictability of Severe Weather Events due to Model Resolution and Storm Environment” by Dr. Ryan Sobash

Colloquium: Dr. Alan F. Srock

March 10, 2017 at 2:00 pm
Colloquium talk “Fire Weather: Research Challenges and Opportunities” by Dr. Alan F. Srock, St. Cloud State University, Assistant Professor of Meteorology.

Atmospheric Science Colloquium

Thursday, October 20, 2016
Join us at 3:30 pm in EMS W434 for a special Atmospheric Science Colloquium with speaker and alumna Kate Fossell of the National Center for Atmospheric Research.

Colloquium: Dr. John Peters

Friday, May 13, 2016
UWM Atmospheric Science Program Colloquium Series presents Dr. John Peters “Observations of an elevated MCS environment during the PECAN field campaign.” Speaker: Dr. John Peters, NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, Colorado State University.

Colloquium: Dr. Francis Motta

Friday, April 15, 2016
UWM Atmospheric Science Program Colloquium Series presents “Topological Data Analysis: Developments and Applications.” Speaker: Dr. Francis Motta, Visiting Assistant Professor, Duke University.

Colloquium: Dr. Russell Cuhel

Friday, March 25, 2016
WM Atmospheric Science Program Colloquium Series presents “El Nino and the Great Upwelling of 2015: Meteorology and Mathematics Aid Understanding of Lake Michigan Fisheries Dynamics.” Speaker: Dr. Russell Cuhel, Senior Scientist, Great Lakes WATER Institute –
School of Freshwater Sciences, Center for Great Lakes Studies

Colloquium: Dr. Marty Baxter

Friday November 13, 2015
UWM Atmospheric Science presents: “How much confidence can we have in precipitation forecasts for the Southeast United States?” Speaker: Dr. Marty Baxter, Associate Professor of Meteorology & Interim Chair, Department of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, Central Michigan University