Staff News

NCAR scientist Danica Lombardozzi
April 14, 2016 | Many people know Danica Lombardozzi for her passion for ecological science and for co-founding the ozone gardens at NCAR's Mesa Lab and the University of Colorado. These gardens illustrate how plants are damaged by ground-level ozone.
Irfan Elahi, supercomputer installation project manager
April 7, 2016 | Irfan Elahi is the project manager overseeing the installation of our newest supercomputers – first Yellowstone and now Cheyenne. The section head in NCAR's Computational and Information Systems Laboratory (CISL) didn't set out to become an expert on building, deploying, and maintaining large, high-performance computing systems.
NCAR scientist Julie Demuth
On June 3, 1980, seven tornadoes touched down in or near Grand Island, Nebraska, killing five people and injuring 200. Julie Demuth, now a project scientist in NCAR's Mesoscale & Microscale Meteorology Lab, was 2 years old at the time. While she doesn't remember that night, the events made an indelible impression.
Paula Fisher
Paula Fisher says it took her only one student teaching stint to learn that secondary school teaching wasn't for her. So the current administrator for NCAR's Advanced Study Program (ASP) took another path. "My skills got me here, and I love it here," she says today.
NSF postdocs who attended career development workshop in Boulder

| Postdoctoral researchers have a lot of specialized scientific knowledge. But transitioning into the next phase of life can be daunting.

NCAR scientist Claudia Tebaldi explaining climate-change science to broadcast meteorologists

March 11, 2016 | Nearly 30 broadcast meteorologists from around the country converged on NCAR earlier this month to learn how to communicate climate change issues more effectively.

NCAR scientist Jim Wilson interviewed by Japanese film crew

NHK, Japan's national public broadcasting network, came to Foothills Lab last week to interview Senior Scientist Emeritus Jim Wilson (EOL/RAL) for a one-hour, prime-time documentary on the late atmospheric scientist

UNEION cohort

The first-ever UNEION (UCAR|NCAR Equity and Inclusion) training series was such a success that the NCAR Office for Diversity, Education &

Altocumulus cloud image included in revised atlas.

The World Meteorological Organization is asking scientists and amateur sky watchers to spend some time with their heads, and cameras, in the clouds.

Members of NCAR/UCAR digital asset management team.

An NCAR/UCP/UCAR team of software engineers, scientists, and curators is working to make research results and other digital assets publicly accessible in a unified way.

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