Spring 2018 Accolades

From research to leadership, our faculty and students have been in the news lately. Please join us in congratulating several Atmospheric Science faculty and students for honors received during the Spring 2018 semester!

Now Hiring – Visiting Assistant Professor

We invite applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor, research area open, for up to a three-year term.

Professor Clark Evans receives Editors’ Award

Congratulations to Professor Clark Evans, who received the Editors’ Award from the American Meteorological Society’s Monthly Weather Review and Weather and Forecasting journals

Paul Roebber: A Man for All Seasons

Paul Roebber, Distinguished Professor in the Atmospheric Science Program, was recently featured in the UWM news article A Man for All Seasons by Laura Otto.

New Scholarship Opportunity!

The Weather Innovators Scholarship is awarded to one or more new freshmen who intend to major in Atmospheric Science.

2017 AMS Annual Meeting

Atmospheric Science Club members tour the Space Needle on Sunday, January 22nd. Current and prospective graduate students enjoy lunch at The Cheesecake Factory on Monday, January 23rd. Faculty and students attended and presented research at the 2017 American Meteorological Society’s… Read More

2016 Scholarship Recipient Mackenzie Nuthals

We’re pleased to share that senior undergraduate Mackenzie Nuthals has been selected as the 2016 recipient of the National Weather Association’s Bob Glahn Scholarship in Statistical Meteorology! Carrying a $2,500 stipend, the Bob Glahn Scholarship in Statistical Meteorology is the largest scholarship offered by the National Weather Association and recognizes excellence at the intersection of meteorology and statistics.

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.

Graduate Student Research Highlight: Dawn Kopacz, PhD Candidate

We have all likely experienced a quick change in the weather in a given week, or even in a single day, but many think of Earth’s climate as relatively stable.  Yet there is evidence in Earth’s history of the climate… Read More

Graduate Student Research Highlight: Justin Weber, MS Candidate

A major source of uncertainty in future climate projections is the effect of clouds. This is because clouds generally occur on scales smaller than the resolution of a climate model. A climate model breaks up, or discretizes, the earth into… Read More