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September 23, 2019

CSU Atmospheric Science promotes inclusive community

CSU Atmospheric Science is a leading global institution, and as such, all members of our community regardless of race, ethnicity, culture, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, physical ability, age, socioeconomic status or nationality are welcome as equal contributors. We value and appreciate diversity, and we believe that diversity on our campus strengthens our entire scientific community.
February 18, 2020

March Teen Science Café features ethnomusicologist John Pippen

Learn about how we bond to music, why it impacts us, and what music does for humans around the world at March's Teen Science Café. CSU assistant professor of music John Pippen will give an interactive presentation on music and culture March 11 at this free event. Pippen's research demonstrates how people create music and social connections. When: 5-7 p.m., with the presentation starting at 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, March 11Where:…
February 17, 2020

Jim Hurrell moderates panel in conjunction with NCAR exhibit on climate change

“Real People, Real Climate, Real Changes” – a traveling exhibit launched by the National Center for Atmospheric Research or NCAR – is on display at the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering this spring. The interactive exhibit will be open to the public in the Scott Bioengineering Building atrium through March 12. The college and NCAR will also host a panel March 3 featuring some of the top climate scientists…
February 6, 2020

Jon Martinez receives second-place Schubert Symposium Student Poster Award

Jon Martinez, advised by Associate Professor Michael Bell, won second place for the poster he presented at the Schubert Symposium during the AMS Centennial Meeting in January. The symposium honored Emeritus Professor Wayne Schubert. "Wayne’s research has inspired many of the ideas that constitute this project," said Martinez. "I’m grateful to have participated in the Wayne Schubert Symposium, and I’m truly honored to receive the award." His poster, "Characterizing the…
February 4, 2020

Three grad students in Barnes’ research group earn AGU, AMS honors

Three graduate students in Associate Professor Elizabeth Barnes' research group recently were awarded honors from the American Geophysical Union and American Meteorological Society. Ben Toms won two awards, an Outstanding Oral Presentation Award from the AMS 33rd Conference on Climate Variability and Change, and a second-place Student Oral Presentation Award from the AMS 26th Conference on Probability and Statistics. Both Andrea Jenney, who is co-advised by Professor Dave Randall, and…


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