On Friday, March 29, the following eight students represented NCAS-M at the 2019 AMS Washington Forum: Julio Ceniceros (UTEP), Miguel Cortez (UTEP), Emmanuel Dibia (UMD), Ena Keys (JSU), Wambugu Kironji (UMBC), Catherine Liu (SJSU), MiaNwi Obioha (JSU), and Shadya Sanders (HU). Shadya, Catherine, Emmanuel, Julio, and Miguel gave a brief presentation about their NERTO internship […]
NCAS-M Co-Investigator, Dr. Haydar Kurban, will present to NOAA’s Office of Weather and Air Quality (OWAQ) and the chief economist team on: Tuesday April 30, 2019 at 10 AM. Presentation Title: Estimating the Value of Economic Resiliency Created by Weather Forecasts He will present the following components of his research: a) methodology, b) data collection, c) […]
Eli Kintisch, Science Journalist Tuesday, April 23, 10:30am- 12:00pm HU- Beltsville Campus On Tuesday, April 23, Mr. Eli Kintisch will be at HUBC to visit the site and interview some of the scientists. Mr. Kintisch is a journalist who writes for several outlets, such as Science, Fox, and PBS. His book, Hack The Planet, received a […]
UMBC JCET faculty visited Howard University- Beltsville Research Campus, today to learn about the instrumentation and the world-class research being conducted at the facility. Here are a few photographs of there tour:
NCAS-M Webinar Series 2019 Did you know that landscape architects can influence climate change?! JOIN US FOR OUR NEXT WEBINAR… Diane Jones Allen, D. Eng Associate Professor, University of Texas at Arlington College of Architecture, Planning, and Public Affairs Dr. Jones Allen will discuss research and practice pertaining to climate change and landscape architecture as […]
Presenter: Gina M. Eosco, Ph.D. The webinar is open to the public! NCAS-M is excited to present our next installment of our 2019 Webinar Series: Weather Science Communication 101 Dr. Eosco’s work spans all weather hazards with a focus on stakeholders (e.g. emergency managers, broadcast meteorologists, and weather industry). In this webinar, she […]
Date and Time: Friday, December 14; 08:00 – 12:20 Location: Convention Ctr; Hall A-C (Poster Hall) Session ID and Title: #48905, Climate Variability and the African Environment, Water Resources, and Food Security Posters
Date and Time: Monday, December 10, 08:00 – 12:20 Location: Walter E Washington Convention Center, Hall A-C (Poster Hall), Abstract Title: Evaluating Possible Linkages Between Marine Chlorophyll-a Concentrations and Cloud Properties Over the Arctic Chukchi Sea Session Number & Title: A11G: Aerosol Exchange Across the Air–Sea Interface: Deposition and Emission I Posters
Dr. Vernon Morris, Panelist Screening and Discussion Film Title: Can We Talk? Difficult Conversations with Underrepresented People of Color: Sense of Belonging and Obstacles to STEM Fields. Date and Time: Wednesday, December 12, 10:30 am to noon Location: AGU Career Center & Student Lounge Theater, Washington Convention Center- Exposition Hall E
Date and Time: Tuesday, December 11; 1:40 – 3:40 Location: Marriott Marquis; Marquis 7-8 Abstract Title: NCAS-M Experiential Training Program for Rising Sophomores: A Whole Student Approach to Success Session Number and Title: ED23A: Mentoring the Whole Student: Strategies for Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) II
Date and Time: Monday, December 10, 8:00-10:00 Location: Washington Convention Center; 151B Abstract Title: The Environmental Sky Imager-Radiometer (eSIR) and its Application in Atmospheric Observation Session Number and Title: A11A: Advances in Atmospheric Remote Sensing Techniques and Theories I
March 18 – 21, 2018 THEME:Partnering with Academia to Prepare Highly Skilled and Diverse Candidates for NOAA’s STEM Workforce: Building Successful Educational and Research Collaborations for an Inclusive NOAA Mission Enterprise Visit the website for additional information: http://ncas-m.org/eppforum2018/
RAMP Conference Poster Award Winner Tierra Ellis – Atlanta, GA
Excellent Poster Presentation at the AMS Student Conference – Congratulations Keon Gibson!
Weather Balloon Launches! – Earth Science Week at UTEP – October 2016
NCAS Awarded $15.5 Million to Continue Education and Training in Atmospheric Sciences!