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Geography Graduate Student Receives Campus Honor

Angela Person Award

Geography Ph.D. student Angela Person received the Provost's Certificate of Distinction for Outstanding Graduate Student teaching. Recipients of this award represent the top 10% of all graduate student teaching assistants on the Norman campus, based on student evaluations. This is a fantastic honor indeed! Congratulations to Angela!


AMS Accolades for A&GS Faculty and NWC Personnel

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Recently, the American Meteorological Society announced its 2015 Award Winners, Fellow and Honorary Members. The National Weather Center is proud to boast that faculty, researchers, meteorologists and organizations within the building were among the recipients of these prestigious honors.  See the list of NWC-related winners here!

John T. Snow Study Abroad Scholarship Applications Available Now

A. Nguyen Study Abroad

The John T. Snow Study Abroad Scholarship was established in 2010 to honor John T. Snow’s 16 years of service (1994-2010) as Dean of The College of Geosciences and the College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences at the University of Oklahoma and in recognition of his efforts promoting international experiences for undergraduate students.  This $1,000 scholarship is awarded annually to an undergraduate student in the College of Atmospheric & Geographic Sciences or the College of Earth & Energy. The scholarship may be used to defray any costs related to studying abroad in any program offered through the University of Oklahoma’s Study Abroad program.

The application is now open; log into oZONE and click on the Money Tab. The link to the scholarship applications can be found in the Scholarship Information box to the left of the page.

The application deadline is Friday, October 17 at 5:00 PM.

Please note that reference letters for this scholarship are submitted online.  On the application form, you will be asked to submit the names and e-mail addresses of your references.  An e-mail will then be sent to your references, asking them to submit a letter of recommendation directly to the scholarship site.  It is important to remember to notify your references prior to listing their names and contact information for this scholarship.  

(photo of Allison Nguyen, John T. Snow Study Abroad Scholarship recipient)

NWC Research Exploration

Dr. Berrien Moore III, dean of the College of Atmospheric & Geographic Sciences and director of the National Weather Center, discusses how the NWC impacts research and student engagement at The University of Oklahoma.

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