Atmospheric Science News

March 2018 Mathematical Sciences Recognition

UW-Milwaukee Atmospheric Sciences faculty member Clark Evans and MS Graduate Kevin Prince were recognized in the March 2018 edition of the In Focus Newsletter for their accomplishments. Clark Evans, Atmospheric Science Associate Chair, Coordinator and Professor, was selected for the… Read More

Visiting Assistant Professor Position is Open for Applications

The UW-Milwaukee Mathematical Sciences Department is looking to hire a visiting assistant professor with a subject area of topology for August 2018-2021. The position entails teaching one course during the first semester and two courses in each following semester. Applications… Read More

July 2017 Mathematical Sciences People in Print

Associate Professor Clark Evans and Distinguished Professor Paul J. Roebber are recognized for their publication with their co-advised M.S. Student: The Influence of PBL Parameterization on the Practical Predictability of Convection Initiation During the Mesoscale Predictability Experiment (MPEX). Weather and Forecasting, 32(3),… Read More

UWM Atmo-Sci Professor, Paul Roebber, Recognized for His Research

“A Man for All Seasons” -Laura Otto In April of 2017, Laura Otto published an article to UWM Research acknowledging Paul Roebber of his advances in meteorology. Paul Roebber, a Distinguished Professor Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, has… Read More

2017 American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting

Faculty and students attended and presented research at the 2017 American Meteorological Society’s 97th Annual Meeting in Seattle, WA from January 21-26, 2017.

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!

Atmospheric Science Open House

Friday, November 18, 2016
During our Open House, you will find out what makes UWM’s Atmospheric Science Program special! The program gives students valuable opportunities to enhance their educational experience in weather forecasting, research, and communication.

AtmoSci Colloquium: Kate Fossell

We invite you to join us for a special Atmospheric Science Colloquium on Thursday, October 20 at 3:30 pm in EMS W434, where alumna Kate Fossell (M.S. 2008) of the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado will present… Read More

Atmospheric Science Program Fall Welcome

Friday, September 9 | 12:00pm
EMS Building, Room W434

Colloquium: Dr. John Peters

Dr. John Peters; NSF Postdoctoral Fellow; Colorado State University
Friday, May 13 @ 2pm | EMS E495