UWM’s Atmospheric Science program is a leader in weather and climate education and research.
Our major and unique experiential learning programs will provide you with the knowledge and hands-on experiences to set you apart after graduation. Learn real-life forecasting skills. Explore the effects of acid rain during a faculty-led study-abroad to Mexico. Make new discoveries through research.
We prioritize student development and inclusivity in all that we do. Check out our programs and contact the Atmospheric Science program chair with any questions you may have.
Get Career Ready
Atmospheric Science students can enhance what they learn in classroom through internships and research opportunities. Students in any of our programs can engage in a wide range of atmospheric and climate research, and many have received international accolades for their work.
Our faculty have a stellar track record at helping students find their dream jobs in research, operations, academia or the private sector.
- WPR Interviews Aguilar and Cuhel About Record Low Ice CoverUWM School of Freshwater Senior Scientists Carmen Aguilar-Diaz and Russell Cuhel were interviewed by Wisconsin Public Radio. Aguilar and Cuhel discussed how reduced ice can pose both negative and positive …
- New Paper in Climate Change Mitigation: et al. and CuhelDr. Russell Cuhel, Senior Scientist in the School of Freshwater Sciences, is a contributor on a paper recently published in the journal One Earth. The paper is titled: Deep-ocean seaweed …
- Radio Delfin Featured Atmo Sci Professor Kahl and StudentsProfessor Jon Kahl and his UWinteriM SFS Atmospheric Science study abroad students were featured on the Radio Delfin social media post and radio broadcast. Radio Delfin is the campus radio …
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