- MetoGrads is the student organization at the University of Maryland developed to help support the graduate students in the department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Science. We serve as a focal point to help organize orientations, seminars, and social events, as well as promote the activities and accomplishments of our students..
Congratulations to the 2015-2016 MetoGrads Executive Board: President: Cory Martin Vice President: Neal Graham Treasurer: Meredith Nichols GSG Representative: Adria Schwarber Facilities Coordinator: Greg Porter Computer Resources Coordinator: Adam Kubaryk Student Seminar Coordinator: Kriti Bhargava […]June 2, 2015
Announcing the MetoGrads Executive Board for the 2014-2015 academic year! And they are: President: Scott Ozog Vice President: Cory Martin Treasurer: Laura Dunlap GSG Representative: Adria Schwarber Facilities Coordinator: David New Computer Resources Coordinator: Travis […]June 1, 2014
Congratulations to Drs. Stefan Cecelski, Guo-Yuan Lien, and John Yorks on successfully defending their PhD dissertations! Under the advisement of Da-lin Zhang, Eugenia Kalnay, and Russ Dickerson, respectively, these young men have completed a crucial […]April 15, 2014
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With a background in physics, Tim is working to better understand the chemistry of our atmosphere… He also can make delicious sausages and desserts!
Upcoming EventsOctober 910:00 am
Join us for our weekly synoptic map analysis / weather discussion led by AOSC faculty, graduate/undergraduate students, and special guest forecasters.October 133:30 pm
Seminar Title- A Proactive Quality Control Scheme based on Ensemble Forecast Sensitivity to ObservationOctober 1610:00 am
Join us for our weekly synoptic map analysis / weather discussion led by AOSC faculty, graduate/undergraduate students, and special guest forecasters.October 203:30 pm
Seminar Title- Analysis of Deep Convective Transport in Different Scale Convective Systems Using Results from WRF-Chem with Lightning Data Assimilation
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