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MMM Education and Outreach

 

College & Education Outreach (top)


Teaching Arrangements

  • Dale Barker: Director of ISSAOS, University of L’Aquila, Italy.
  • Roelof Bruintjes: Honorary Professor, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa.
  • Sean Burns: Professional Research Asst., University of Colorado.
  • Christopher A. Davis: Adjunct Professor, North Carolina State University and Colorado State University.
  • James E. Dye: Affiliate Faculty, Colorado State University and University of Alabama in Huntsville.
  • Wojciech W. Grabowski: Adjunct Professor, University of Delaware, and Faculty Affiliate, Colorado State University.
  • Andrew J. Heymsfield: Affiliate Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
  • Charles A. Knight: Adjunct Professor, Colorado State University and University of Wyoming.
  • Ying-Hwa Kuo: Adjunct Professor, National Central University in Taiwan and University of Hawaii.
  • John Latham: Emeritus Professor, University of Manchester Institute of Science & Technology; visiting professor, University of Leeds, UK.
  • Margaret A. LeMone: Affiliate Professor, Colorado State University, University of Colorado, and the University of Wyoming.
  • Chin-Hoh Moeng: Affiliate Professor, Colorado State University.
  • Richard Rotunno: Adjunct Professor, North Carolina State University.
  • Piotr Smolarkiewicz: Visiting Professor, Yale University.
  • Chris M. Snyder: Adjunct Professor, Texas A&M University.
  • Peter P. Sullivan: Affiliate Professor, Colorado State University.
  • Morris L. Weisman: Adjunct Professor, State University of New York at Albany, and Florida State University; Affiliate Professor, Colorado State University.
  • C. Larrabee Winter: Adjunct Professor, University of Arizona.

Individual Courses Taught

  • Richard Rotunno: “Observations and Theory of Orographic Precipitation” (Summer School), University of Trento, Italy.
  • Piotr Smolarkiewicz: “Numerical Methods for Geophysical Flows” (Flint Lecturer) at Yale University.

Graduate Research Advisors

  • Wojciech Grabowski: Warsaw University.
  • Andrew Heymsfield: University of California, Los Angeles and University of Manchester Institute of Science & Technology.
  • Ying-Hwa Kuo: National Taiwan University (3 students), and University of Colorado.
  • Arlene Laing: University of Bologna and University of South Florida.
  • John Latham: University of Alabama, Huntsville.
  • Piotr Smolarkiewicz: European Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasting.
  • Peter Sullivan: Colorado State University.
  • C. Larrabee Winter: University of Arizona.


Thesis Committee Members

  • Roelof Bruintjes: University of Witwatersrand, South Africa (3 students), and University of Colorado.
  • Christopher A. Davis: Colorado State University (2 students) and Texas A & M University.
  • James E. Dye: University of Alabama in Huntsville.
  • Wojciech W. Grabowski: University of Deleware and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  • Andrew J. Heymsfield: University of Colorado.
  • Ying-Hwa Kuo: University of Colorado.
  • John Latham: University of Alabama, Huntsville.
  • Margaret A. LeMone: University of Wyoming.
  • Donald Lenschow: University of Colorado.
  • Chin-Hoh Moeng: National Central University, Taiwan (2 students).
  • Richard Rotunno: North Carolina State University.
  • Chris Snyder: Texas A & M University, University of Washington, and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  • Peter P. Sullivan: Colorado State University.
  • Juanzhen Sun: University of Iowa.
  • Morris Weisman: State University of New York at Albany (2 students), and Colorado State University.
  • C. Larrabee Winter: University of Arizona.

 

Participation in UCAR/NCAR/UOP Programs (top)

Significant Opportunities in Atmospheric Research and Science (SOARS)

Website: http://www.ucar.edu/soars/

SOARS students mentored by MMM staff this year totaled nine:

Erick Adame. Science Research Mentor: Ying-Hwa Kuo.
Melissa Burt. Science Research Mentor: Christopher Davis.
Roberto Cancel. Science Research Mentor: Jielun Sun.
Anthony Didlake. Science Research Mentor: Andrew Crook.
Braxton Edwards. Science Research Mentor: Margaret LeMone.
Deanna Hence. Science Research Mentor: L. Jay Miller.
Clarence Mann. Science Research Mentor: Rebecca Morss.
Garymar De Rivera. Writing and Communications Mentor: Mary Golden.
Dione Lee Rossiter. Science Research Mentor: Ying-Hwa Kuo.

The GLOBE Program

GLOBE is a new world-wide hands-on program to develop primary and secondary school-based education and science programs. It is a co-operative agreement between UCAR, Colorado State University, and NASA. GLOBE One: Margaret LeMone is involved in the planning for this project and serves as Lead Scientist.

Website: http://www.globe.gov/globe_flash.html

 

Non-Technical and Educational Outreach (top)

Outlined below are some of the outreach activities performed by MMM staff.


 

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