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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.

A #dayofscience

Prof. Clark Evans recently shared a #dayofscience with the world via Twitter as part of the Earth Science Women’s Network’s annual Science-a-Thon.

We Energies Relies on UWM’s Innovative Weather

Learn why the WEC Energy Group uses Innovative Weather to help them make weather-sensitive decisions, and hear UWM Chancellor Mark Mone speak about the student successes that come from Innovative Weather!

Announcing our 2017-18 Scholarship Winners!

Please join us in congratulating our 2017-18 scholarship recipients!

UWM Report: “Meteorology program tweaks fit employer needs like a glove”

In an article in the UWM Report by Angela McManaman, UWM atmospheric sciences associate professor Clark Evans discuss the career possibilities for atmospheric science UWM graduates as well as a variety of other topics.

UWM Today: “Behind the Scenes of UWM’s Innovative Weather”

If you listen to WUWM 89.7 Milwaukee’s NPR, you’ll often hear weather updates from UWM’s Innovative Weather service. In an edition of UWM Today, Tom Luljak meets with Atmospheric Sciences Faculty Clark Evans and Mike Westendorf to go behind the scenes of the Innovative Weather program.

UWM Report: “Winter’s not done with us yet, says UWM meteorologist”

In an article from the UWM Report by Angela McManaman, Professor Clark Evans discusses the recent unusual weather conditions across the state.