AOML holds virtual open house

AOML recently hosted a series of webinars about what AOML does and how it contributes to scientific advancement across the globe. You can catch Jon Zawislak, Rob Rogers, Joe Cione, and Shirley Murillo talking about hurricanes, or listen in on recordings of panels on coasts and coral reefs, and ocean research, and even a panel … Continue reading AOML holds virtual open house

Dr. Paul Reasor participates in AMS Radar Committee Webinar on Careers in Radar Meteorology – 31 March 2021

The American Meteorological Society (AMS) Committee on Radar Meteorology hosted a webinar on 31 March 2021, where a panel of five scientists from various sectors of the atmospheric sciences reflected on their careers thus far, and how radar has been a foundational part of their journey. Participants learned about a variety of career opportunities while … Continue reading Dr. Paul Reasor participates in AMS Radar Committee Webinar on Careers in Radar Meteorology – 31 March 2021

Learn about the Hurricane Field Program with Kelly Ryan

During the typical Atlantic hurricane season from June 1 to November 30, NOAA aircraft collect crucial observations to improve the understanding and prediction of these massive cyclonic storms. Scientists at NOAA’s Hurricane Research Division in Miami Florida, fly into the heart of powerful storms to try and answer hypotheses prevalent in hurricane research, and support … Continue reading Learn about the Hurricane Field Program with Kelly Ryan

Hollings Scholar Nikolaus Rentzke profiled in a special intern edition of NOAA Connections

Nikolaus was born in Cape Town, South Africa, and moved to the US at the age of 8.He is now going into his Senior year at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University as a double major in Meteorology and Computational Mathematics. Nikolaus, a NOAA Hollings Scholar, began his virtual Hollings summer internship with Hui Christophersen and Jason Sippel in … Continue reading Hollings Scholar Nikolaus Rentzke profiled in a special intern edition of NOAA Connections

HRD’s Hollings Scholars present their student seminars

During the summer of 2020, NOAA’s Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory virtually hosted two Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship recipients, Samantha Michlowitz and Nikolaus Rentzke. Recently, they presented seminars of their work to AOML’s Hurricane Research Division. Their summer project presentations will take place during NOAA's final presentation week in early August. Michlowitz, a rising … Continue reading HRD’s Hollings Scholars present their student seminars

Sim Aberson serves on a panel at the First NOAA Florida Diversity & Inclusion Workshop

First NOAA Florida Diversity & Inclusion Workshop Held Virtually The first ever NOAA Florida Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) Workshop was held virtually on Tuesday, June 2, 2020. Despite not being able to have personal interaction, we had a successful event with a variety of topics presented by outstanding speakers and panelists with decades of combined … Continue reading Sim Aberson serves on a panel at the First NOAA Florida Diversity & Inclusion Workshop

Heather Holbach participates in webinar about the Gulf of Mexico loop current and its impact on hurricanes

Dr. Heather Holbach participated as a panelist for the “GRP: Facing an Active 2020 Hurricane Season: Impacts of the Loop Current” virtual webinar hosted by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) Gulf Research Program (GRP) on Tuesday, June 2, 2020. Dr. Holbach was joined by panelists Drs. Shuyi Chen. Professor of Atmospheric … Continue reading Heather Holbach participates in webinar about the Gulf of Mexico loop current and its impact on hurricanes

Sim Aberson highlighted in NOAA Research’s Profiles in Diversity

On June 2, 2000, President Bill Clinton declared June “Gay and Lesbian Pride Month.” The month was chosen to remember the 1969 Stonewall riots in Manhattan, NY. Patrons of a gay bar, Stonewall Inn, fought back against a police raid, sparking three days of riots. It is considered to be the start of the gay liberation … Continue reading Sim Aberson highlighted in NOAA Research’s Profiles in Diversity