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Weather Challenge begins January 30th - Register for Meteo 215
WxChallenge, is looking for additional students to develop a strong base for next years group. Because the spring contest has yet to begin there is no penalty for signing up for Meteo 215 now, so please consider picking it up, especially those first-year students who may have dropped in the fall. The department will request a waiver of the $6.00 late add fee.
Researchers meet at VIMS to refine coastal ocean carbon budget
Penn State Meteorology alumnus reflects on Joe Paterno
Michael Mann elected American Geophysical Union Fellow
Penn State Meteorology Department mourns the loss of an alumnus
37th Annual Northeastern Storm Conference - Call for Papers & Vendors/Recruiters
Papers are now being accepted for the 37th Annual Northeastern Storm Conference to be held March 2 - 4, 2012. - Rutland, VT. Sponsored by the Lyndon State College - AMS & NWA
Jose Fuentes elected to AMS Council
Michael Mann awarded the Hans Oeschger Medal of the European Geosciences Union
Paul Markowski awarded inaugural Nikolai Dotzek Award
A conversation with Paul Yeager ('85 BS), writer and meteorologist
Atmospheric sciences among top ten college majors with lowest unemployment rate
Graduate student Tim Hatlee wins first place in EMS poster competition
Congratulations to Tim Hatlee! He recently won first place in the poster competition held as part of the Earth and Mineral Sciences Graduate Awards Reception on September 29, 2011.
Meteorology faculty member Ken Davis among Penn State professors featured in Science Nation episode
Weather, Wall Street affect U.S. agricultural commodity prices
Penn State Meteorology faculty garner top awards from the American Meteorological Society
Electric plane soars past fuel efficiency expectations; Penn State Meteorology researchers provide forecast models for competition
Dr. Aijun Deng and his graduate student Raphael Rogers provided forecast models to help propel Penn State professor Jack Langelaan's electric plane to first place in the Green Flight Challenge.
Attention Undergraduates: EMS CAUSE Course - Spring, Summer, Fall 2012
Attention Students! New federal rules on student aid eligibility
Penn State students receiving financial aid could lose all eligibility for college funding if they fail to complete 67 percent of their attempted credits each semester.
Weather Wide Web: How meteorology helped launch the internet
Nitrate levels rising in northwestern Pacific
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