Events

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.

Atmo Club: Career Panel

Atmo Club: Career Panel
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
The Atmospheric Science Club at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Greater Milwaukee Chapter of the American Meteorological Society are pleased to host our first Atmospheric Science Career Panel. Join us!

Presentation on the Undergraduate Leadership Workshop

Leadership Workshop Presentation
September 22, 2016

Join us in EMS W434 at 3:30 – 5:00 pm for Mackenzie Nuthals’ talk on her experience at the NCAR Undergraduate Leadership Workshop in Boulder, Colorado.

Atmospheric Science Fall Welcome

AtmoSci Program Fall Welcome
Friday, September 9

12noon – 1:30pm, EMS Building, Room W434

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

AtmoSci Attends 96th Annual AMS Meeting

The 96th Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) was in New Orleans, LA, January 9-14, 2016.

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