Noise emanates from a lab on the fourth floor of the National Weather Center in Norman — 20 plus people are all talking at once, but that’s a good thing. In just four weeks, more than 95 National Weather Service forecasters completed rigorous week-long workshops as part of the Radar & Applications Course, hosted by […]
A CIMMS researcher is being recognized by Training magazine. Megan Taylor, a CIMMS research associate, was named an Emerging Training Leader by Training magazine. She will be featured in the May/June 2017 issue. “Just being nominated is a huge honor, let alone actually being awarded with the title of Emerging Training Leader,” she said. “I’m also […]
This is an updated list of all CIMMS presentations at the AMS annual meeting to be held January 21-27, 2017 in Seattle, Washington. Make sure and hear about all the great research that we are doing! Saturday, January 21 Host: 16th Annual AMS Student Conference Graduate Student Panel Rotations 1, 2 Location: Yakima 1 1:30-3:45 PM […]
On January 9, President Barack Obama named 102 scientists and researchers to receive the Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) – Dr. Corey Potvin, CIMMS Research Scientist, is one of the recipients! He is the only recipient from the University of Oklahoma and was nominated by the U.S. Department of Commerce. The […]
CIMMS staff played an integral role in a recent training exchange with Weathernews Inc. Learn more.
CIMMS’ Dale Morris and Alex Zwink, associates with WDTD, traveled to Boulder, Fort Collins, and Kansas City this month to install WES-2.
Today begins the first week of the MRMS Hydro Experiment, part of the 2016 USWRP HMT.
It’s meteorological summer and WRN Ambassadors want you to be prepared!
In early April, CIMMS scientists with the NOAA/NWS Warning Decision Training Division (WDTD) will be facilitating two workshops for the Oklahoma Weather Lab.
Andy Wood develops and facilitates training with WDTD. He received the Dean’s Award for Outstanding Service in 2015. Learn more about him!