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  • Prof. Tim Garrett at Science Movie Night at the Library

    Professor Tim Garrett will be leading a discussion of the science in the special "Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol" on December 9 at 7pm at the Salt Lake City library. This free event is hosted by the Natural History Museum of Utah and the Utah Film Center.

  • ATMOS is in the news!

    Post Docs Logan Mitchell and Daniel Mendoza will be on the news tonight, December 5. Tune in for more information about the TRAX air quality experiment.

  • Professor Tim Garrett in the news

    Professor Tim Garrett's research has been featured on Canadian TV and a French science magazine.

  • Atmos student receives AWMA scholarship

    MS Candidate Brian Blaylock received a scholarship from the Air & Waste Management Association scholarship program.

  • Utah Division of Air Quality Projects

    Atmospheric Sciences Professors John Lin and John Horel recently had projects funded by the Utah Division of Air Quality.

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As chair of the Department of Atmospheric Sciences, I would like to welcome you to our website and provide you with a quick overview of our program. The Department of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Utah is a mid-sized program with 11 tenure-line faculty and 10 research faculty with expertise spanning nearly all of the major subdivisions of atmospheric sciences. We offer Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Master of Science (M.S.), and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees. Our faculty have national and international reputations and were awarded more than $4 million dollars in research grants and contracts in the last fiscal year. Our faculty use this money to participate in field projects, buy or build instrumentation, travel to conferences, publish research results, and provide both graduate and undergraduate students with opportunities to participate in cutting-edge research projects.

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Last Updated: 12/9/14