News and Announcements
AMS fellowship and scholarship programs
AMS is currently accepting applications for the 2013 AMS fellowship and scholarship programs and the 93rd AMS Annual Meeting travel opportunities. The scholarship and fellowship programs are supported by AMS members, corporations, and government agencies nationwide. The information and applications are available on the AMS web site
MS candidate Kevin Hammonds and Professor Timothy Garrett's article entitled, "Crystalizing Opinion: Ultra-high-speed cameras are being used to study snowflake formation" was in Meteorological Technology International's April 2013 issue. For the full article, click here.
Congratulations to Research Professor Vincent V. Salomonson for his selection as an Honorary Member of the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) in 2013. The press release with more information is available on the ASPRS website
Professors John Horel, Jim Steenburgh, and Eric Pardyjak were noted in the Salt Lake Tribune for their contributions to the Southwest Climate Assessment. To read the full article, click here.
Professor John Lin was quoted for the "Five Spot" in the April 18 issue of Salt Lake City Weekly. See the full story on cityweekly.net
Professor Timothy Garrett and Research Associate Cale Fallgatter have been in the news frequently for their Multi-Angle Snowflake Camera and its ability to show us what snowflakes look like as they fall from the sky. Information is available on the U's News Center here
Congratulations to Professor Jim Steenburgh, who was awarded a Research Instrumentation Fund from the University of Utah to support his research on Advancing Observational Capabilities for Mountain Weather and Climate Research.
Congratulations to Professor John Lin, who also received a Research Instrumentation Fund from the University of Utah to support his research in Sensors for High Resolution Monitoring of Particulate Matter (PM)
Professor Jim Steenburgh's research appeared on the front page of the Salt Lake Tribune newspaper February 20, 2013. Click here
Professor Jim Steenburgh was quoted for an article in Atmos News from the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado. Click here for the full article from January 24, 2013.