Congratulations to graduate student Benjamin Barr for earning a first place award on his oral presentation at the AMS Air-Sea Interactions Conference student competition in January this year. His presentation title was Interactive Processes Among Sea Spray, Enthalpy Flux, and Surface Layer Temperature and Humidity in Hurricanes.Read more
Congratulations to Atmospheric Sciences Professor David Battisti on his election to the American Academy of Arts & Sciences.
Read more about it in UW Today
We are proud of you David!
Dr. Clara Deser of NCAR, alumna of our graduate program, and student of Mike Wallace has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences. We are so proud!
Based on the results we may admit that a good written 500 word essay is a key to the success in the university for that period of time.Read more
Professor Dale Durran for publishing an op-ed in the Washington Post today titled
Don’t ask officials what they think of global warming — ask if they want a warning
Associate Professor Abby Swann has a new paper in Global Biogeochemical Cycles about shifts in vegetation with climate change. Read about it in UW News
Callors said Friday that she will step down as executive director of the BLM foundation, denying that her decision to step down had anything to do with financial matters and insisting that she planned to leave her post a year ago.Read more
Congratulations to two of our graduate students for winning Outstanding Student Presentation Awards at the American Geophysical Union’s Fall 2020 meeting
Vince Cooper – “Towards Validating Wave-Ice Interactions in Climate Models Using In Situ Observations”
Assistant Professor Alex Anderson-Frey has a new paper in the Bulletin of Atmospheric Sciences titled “Compared to what? Establishing environmental baselines for tornado warning skill”. Read more about it in UW News.Read more
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The Department of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Washington (UW) invites applications for a nine-month, non-tenure-track, part-time lecturer to teach undergraduate courses in climate sciences, including climate change (past, present and future), environmental justice, clean energy solutions, and the impacts of climate change.
Congratulations to graduate student Conor McNicholas for winning first prize among oral presentations at the AMS 2021 Artificial Intelligence conferenceRead more
January 27, 2021, 5-6pm PT
Department alumni Dr. David Reidmiller is participating in a panel of speakers hosted by the Climate Impacts Group along with other experts on climate impacts science and policy.