School of Meteorology launches I’M Meteorology campaign
The School of Meteorology is launching a campaign called Inclusivity in Meteorology (I’M OU Meteorology) to help us celebrate the accomplishments and diversity of our community. One aspect of our campaign is to create a series of images that can be used… Read More
School of Meteorology Professor Alan Shapiro awarded grant from NSF
The School of Meteorology congratulates Professor Alan Shapiro for receiving a grant form the National Science Foundation for his proposal “Improving vertical velocity retrievals from Doppler radar observations of convection”
The proposal to the National Science Foundation was just awarded to be… Read More
School of Meteorology Congratulates Professor William Beasley on his Retirement
The School of Meteorology congratulates Professor William Beasley on his retirement!
Dr. Beasley started at OU as CAPS deputy director in 1989, served as Director of the SoM from 1991-1996, and was a professor in the school until his retirement.… Read More
The School of Meteorology is most well known for national leadership in the areas of severe storms, mesoscale dynamics, convective-scale modeling and radar studies. We are much more than severe weather research at SoM, covering such research areas as boundary layer and urban meteorology, climate, data assimilation, tropical meteorology, lightning, cloud physics, dynamics, and even polar studies.
The School of Meteorology at the University of Oklahoma is the largest such program in the nation, with more than 300 undergraduate and 110 graduate students. It is ranked in the top ten of all atmospheric sciences graduate programs in the nation by the Chronicles of Higher Education.
Read detailed information about the degrees offered at the School of Meteorology, admission practices and other important policies related to the SoM programs.
David J. Shellberg Scholarship & Barry Goldwater Scholarship for Excellence in Education Recepient
Meteorology major Benjamin Toms, Class of 2016, is the winner of this year’s David James Shellberg Scholarship for his paper “Development of a Black Ice Prediction Model for Emergency Preparedness and Response.” This $500 scholarship is presented each year to a student… Read More
Christopher Karstens, Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma
NOAA/OAR/National Severe Storms Laboratory, Norman, Oklahoma
, Fri, Sep 30th, 2016 @ 3:00 pm in NWC Rm. 5600