Elizabeth (Libby) Barnes will receive the prestigious Clarence Leroy Meisinger Award from the American Meteorological Society in January.
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College students from across the country are working with atmospheric science researchers who lead their field, and interact with graduate students on cutting-edge projects through the Research Experience for Undergraduates, or REU, program.
Kate O’Dell’s air quality research has led to an adventurous and informative summer that may affect her career path.
Atmospheric science graduate students Jingyuan Li and Rung Panasawatwong will receive funding from the Assisting Students, Cultivating Excellence, Nurturing Talent or ASCENT program to pursue research opportunities outside the United States.
CSU atmospheric science students Sam Childs, Faith Groff and Chelsea Nam are among the 25 chosen for an Advanced Study Program colloquium, hosted annually by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) .
Colorado State University’s Graduate Student Council has chosen Atmospheric Science Assistant Professor Kristen Rasmussen for this year’s Graduate Advising and Mentorship Award.
CSU atmospheric science students helped illustrate science, engineering and math for about 12,000 students from schools from across Colorado and Wyoming at Coors Field April 24.
Unusual tropical cyclone activity in the South Indian Ocean that is causing loss of human life and devastation has caught the attention of CSU’s Tropical Meteorology Project, which has been issuing seasonal hurricane forecasts in the Atlantic longer than any other organization.
In the story of our planet’s intricate and ever-changing cycles, even dust plays a significant role.
Learn about air quality forecasting and consulting careers at FORTCAST’s next What’s Brewing in Weather & Climate talk with scientist Jason Reed