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Tau Beta Pi - Outstanding Graduate Research and Teaching Award - Jefferson Snider

July 25, 2012 — Jeff Snider has been a faculty member in the Atmospheric Science Department for twenty two years. He earned an undergraduate degree in Chemistry (University of Oregon, 1980), he taught at the College of Ganado on the Navajo Indian Reservation (1979 and 1980), earned a graduate degree in Atmospheric Science (University of Arizona, 1984), and a doctoral degree in Atmospheric Science (Universityof Wyoming, 1989).

UW Professor's Volcanic Climate Research Spotlighted in Science Magazine

July 13, 2012 — Terry Deshler, a University of Wyoming professor of atmospheric science, measured a volcanic aerosol cloud with a research balloon, which flew to 100,000 feet above Laramie.

Geerts Hopes to Answer Mysteries of Cloud Seeding Through Supercomputing Model

June 15, 2012 — Geerts, a University of Wyoming professor of atmospheric science , studies cloud seeding and how different nuclei can affect and enhance snowfall.

UW's Wang Focuses on Optimizing Supercomputer, Improving Reliability of High-Performance Computers

June 11, 2012 — Numerous University of Wyoming professors plan to use the NCAR-Wyoming Supercomputing Center ( NWSC ) for their high-level computational research this fall. Liqiang Wang is the person who is going to help make sure things go off without a hitch.

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