Staff News

Vanda Grubisic

When I came to NCAR this summer from the University of Vienna to assume the EOL directorship, it definitely felt like homecoming.

The annual Super Science Saturday event, held in late October, had a new twist for 2011: teeth, claws, and tusks.


On Monday, August 15, about 130 staff who used to show up for work at Foothills Lab 4 headed across the street to the Anthes Building (FLA), where they entered a fully “green” building that features advanced energy efficiency technologies wit

Andy Tasker

When I started work at UCAR in early June as the new director of the GLOBE Program, I knew that it would be a busy and exciting time.


Over the past year, HR has been rolling out the Employee and Organizational Development program (EOD), an enhanced approach to staff

At separate workshops held August 29 and 30 at the Mesa Lab and Center Green, more than 50 staff took part in the early stages of crafting the UCAR/NCAR Sustainability Management Plan (SMP).


Staff convened at the Mesa Lab on August 26 to cheer on co-workers in the annual Up-the-Hill Races and enjoy food and drinks on the Tree Plaza.


A UCAR leader who traveled the globe for decades, laying the groundwork for atmospheric field projects, has passed from the scene. Gene Martin, director of JOSS, died on August 3 after a brief illness.


On Monday, August 15, staff who normally show up for work at FL4 headed across the street instead and began unpacking boxes in their new offices in the Anthes Building (FLA).


When afternoon sunlight pours into the Damon Room, it now illuminates the names of dozens of high-achieving NCAR scientists. They’re the center of attraction in a new exhibit recently installed along the north wall of the room.