IMPORTANT UPDATE: The AMS Annual Meeting Abstract Submission Deadline for Virtual and In-Person Presentations is Now September 8th!Present and Attend In-Person or Virtually Visit the call for papers page to learn more about the 40+ conferences/symposia. Presentation Types:There are 3 options for preferred presentation type during the abstract submission process: 1. In-person Oral Presentation2. In-person Poster Presentation3. Virtual PresentationTo learn […]
The National Association of Black Geoscientists (NABG) is virtually hosting its 40th Annual Conference September 9-10, 2021. The conference theme is “Looking to the Future,” because this gathering serves as an opportunity to turn the page on 2020 and look ahead to the future. NABG will host representatives from various aspects of the Geosciences. Particularly, […]
The American Meteorology Society (AMS) recognizes outstanding individuals and organizations of the weather, water, and climate community through its Awards and Honors program. 2022 recipients will receive their award or honor at the 102nd AMS Annual Meeting in Houston, Texas. Xin-Zhong Liang and Everette Joseph were elected as 2022 AMS Fellows!
The 2021 Planetary Boundary Layer (PBL) Workshop was recently held at Howard University’s Beltsville campus. View highlights below.
The Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies (CIMMS) at The University of Oklahoma (OU), working collaboratively with NOAA’s National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL), is currently looking for a highly-qualified Research Scientist to contribute to research aimed at improving the understanding of potentially tornadic storms at 20 minute to 2 hour lead times. The incumbent will: […]
NCAS-M congratulates the following fellows, as they graduate in the Spring 2021 semester! Howard University Anas Askar, PhD | Sociology & Criminology Briah Davis, MS | Atmospheric Science Cassandra Jean, PhD | Sociology & Criminology Reuben Vasser, MS | Atmospheric Science Jackson State University Neil Crosby, BS | Meteorology Avaionia Antonnette Smith, BS | Meteorology San Diego State University Briana Marie Ramirez, […]
Briah Davis, NCAS-M Cohort 3 fellow, successfully presented and defended her MS thesis on April 30, 2021: Total Lightning Warm Season Variability in the Caribbean and Florida as seen from Ground- and Space-Based Lightning Detectors This study statistically compared two total lightning detectors, one ground-based and the other space-based, to compare sensitivities. Such evaluation is important […]
National Hurricane Preparedness Week takes place May 9-15, 2021. Hurricane Preparedness Week provides an opportunity for people across the country to prepare now for hurricane season. Today you can determine your personal hurricane risk, find out if you live in a hurricane evacuation zone, and review/update insurance policies. You can also make a list of […]
The Global Monitoring Laboratory (GML) is seeking TWO technicians to staff the NOAA program operating at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station next year (summer/winter 2022). The approximately 18-month federal appointment includes 3 months of scientific and technical training at GML in Boulder, CO; emergency response and team building training with the U.S. Antarctic Program in Colorado; and […]
DaNa Carlis engaged with the NOAA Center for Atmospheric Science and Meteorology (NCAS-M) while earning a Ph.D. in Atmospheric Science from Howard University. In September 2020, DaNa joined NOAA’s Global Systems Laboratory (GSL) as the Deputy Director. DaNa credits NCAS-M and NOAA’s Educational Partnership Program/Minority-Serving Institution Program for allowing him to pursue what he loves and […]
NCAS-M Proudly Announces: NCAS-M Post-Doctoral Fellow, Dr. Leticia Williams is the proud recipient of the NOAA’s National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science EEO/Diversity and the Special Achievement Award Specifically, Vankita Brown (NWS), Leticia Williams (NCAS-M/NWS), Mark Mohs (BMD), and Eric Daniels (BMD) won for their outstanding support of the NPC’s Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS) Focus […]
Overview: The 2020 NCAS-M Virtual Center-wide Professional Development (PD) Workshop will consist of 4 ½-days of professional and career development trainings designed to develop strategies and approaches to increase student learning and future career professional development opportunities. The workshop will ensure that all students being supported receive a common experience and core competencies designed to […]
A National Science Foundation funded workshop in planetary boundary layer theory, measurements and modeling, originally scheduled to occur at the Howard University Beltsville Campus, will now be held as a virtual event on June 15-26, 2020. WHO: Open only to registered early career underrepresented and graduate students WHAT: Planetary Boundary Layer Workshop 2020 Three tracks […]
Date June 1 – July 24, 2020 Location Virtual The following nine students will participate in 2020 NCAS-M ETSP: Juan Alape-Toro (UPR), Sergio Diaz (UMBC),Jeannine Dizon (UMBC). Kayla Hudson (JSU), Kayla Lyons (UMBC), Kendall Parks (JSU), Sebastian Rosales (SDSU), Taylon White (JSU), and Danielle Wilson (UMBC). The 2020 NCAS-M Experiential Training Summer Program will provide […]
NCAS-M is currently seeking to hire a dynamic individual to join our team in the role of Budget Analyst. The successful candidate will provide support in maintaining the annual operating budget for the Center. This individual will be responsible for processing personnel, position and budget recommendations, purchase requisitions and producing financial reports for the Assistant […]