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Climate Change Conversations

This spring, WUWM’s ‘Lake Effect’ is exploring the science and impacts behind climate change, with a focus on Wisconsin, with Prof. Paul Roebber.

100th Annual AMS Meeting

A number of faculty and students recently represented UWM at the 100th Annual AMS Meeting in Boston, MA. Click here to learn more!

Modeling Storm Chaser Behavior

Senior Alex Moxon and Prof. Paul Robber are leveraging machine-learning methods to model storm chaser movements in tornado environments. Click to learn more!

Perspectives on a Changing Climate

Check out the recent Newsweek and Wisconsin Public Radio interviews with Prof. Paul Roebber on climate-change-related topics!

“What I Did This Summer” – 2019 Edition

Several of our students participated in some pretty cool activities away from UWM this summer. Click to read more about their research opportunities from California to Colorado to Vermont!

2019 NCAR Undergraduate Leadership Workshop

Learn more about rising senior Alex Moxon’s experience at this year’s ULW – in his own words!

Announcing our 2018-19 Scholarship Winners!

Please join us in congratulating our 2018-19 scholarship recipients!

11th UWM Undergraduate Research Symposium

Check out the exciting research of three Atmospheric Science undergraduate students from this year’s UWM Undergraduate Research Symposium!

99th Annual AMS Meeting

Atmospheric Science faculty and staff attended the 99th Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society in Phoenix, AZ from January 5-11, 2019.

California Wildfires and Wisconsin

Graduate students James Ryan and Teresa Turner were interviewed by FOX 6 on November 13th about California wildfire smoke affecting air quality in southeast Wisconsin.