Rising juniors earned prestigious award to explore their interests in oceanic and atmospheric science
The United States Department Of Energy's Atmospheric System Research science program published a feature article about AOSC Professor Zhanqing Li's long-term engagement and major contributions in his accomplished career.
Anandu arrived at UMD in 1969, being among the first set of academic hires at the Institute for Fluid Dynamics and Applied Mathematics (IFDAM), where the nascent Graduate Program in Meteorology (precursor to the Department of Meteorology) resided. Anandu Vernekar passed away on June 11th 2021.
Last week, I was so honored to be recognized as the “Aspects of Video 2021 Alumni of the Year” at my alma mater Franklin High School.
New study shows climate change is increasing ozone depletion over the Arctic
A milepost in the history of an academic department is the award of tenure to one of its members. Tim Canty became a long-term member of the AOSC family on June 4th 2021. The tenure award is very well-deserved and an apt recognition of Tim's professional accomplishments.
Shanghai Ranking's 2021 Global Ranking of Academic Subjects is now out and ranks UMD highly in several key subjects areas associated with the AOSC department.
Dr. Anne Thompson of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland and an adjunct professor of AOSC , has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
AOSC's Siyu “Nicole” Shan has been announced as a recipient of the CMNS Dean’s Outstanding Employee Award for 2021!