Staff News

A new round of online, interactive educational modules from COMET’s MetEd program covers a variety of geophysical phenomena for professionals, students, and science enthusiasts.

Flat tire? Don’t sweat it. A handful of staff gathered on October 28 outside Foothills Lab to learn how to keep flats from making them late to work.

On October 15, President Obama named senior scientist Warren Washington (NESL/CGD) as one of 10 eminent researchers to be awarded the National Medal of Science for 2010.

Veterans in the Denver-Boulder area had a chance to meet local employers and learn about veterans’ benefits at Center Green on October 19.

Two nationally recognized artists, Kim Abeles and Brian Collier, will pay a visit to UCAR/NCAR this fall as part of "Visualizing Science: Informing through Arts and Science Collaborations."

Reta Lorenz
Reta Lorenz has been ACD’s division administrator since 2005. She’s worked at UCAR/NCAR since 1992 in a variety of roles, first as a budget analyst followed by stints in sponsored agreements and ATD (now EOL).
NCAR | UCAR

In the early 1960s, NCAR scientists Warren Washington and Akira Kasahara began developing one of the world’s first computer models of atmospheric circulation.

NCAR | UCAR

October 4, 2010 | A team of NCAR researchers recently convened in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, to investigate tropical cyclogenesis (how tropical cyclones develop and strengthen), one of the most challenging aspects of atmospheric science.

NCAR | UCAR

The biblical account of the parting of the Red Sea—in which Moses and the Israelites are trapped between the Pharaoh's advancing chariots and a body of water—has mystified people for millennia.

Greg Holland

We are in an era of rapidly changing communications media, which is driving a major evolution in the modes of communicating science.

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