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We are excited to announce a Cluster Hire Initiative!

As part of a multi-year effort to become a global leader in Earth System Predictions and Community Resilience Research, the College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences at OU welcomes applications for a cluster of 10 faculty positions from candidates whose experiences and interests have prepared them to be an integral contributor to the advancement of our inclusive and diverse communities engaged in scientific discovery, developing talent, and service to society.

The first year of this multi-year hiring initiative is mostly focused on high-impact and severe weather (HISW), while years 2 and 3 will target subseasonal to seasonal (S2S) predictions, and Earth System Modeling (ESM) and Prediction, respectively. The ten positions in year one focus on the areas radar meteorology, boundary-layer meteorology, numerical weather prediction, earth system prediction, water system science, urban climate, and community resilience  

This first-year search is coordinated by the College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences and includes 7 positions in the School of Meteorology (SoM), two positions in the Department of Geography and Environmental Sustainability (DGES), and one position of this cluster search is envisioned as joint between SoM and DGES.

More information about the positions and instructions about how to apply can be found at:

DGES Cluster Hire (PDF)

SoM Cluster Hire (PDF)



College of A&GS New core hours for the Deans office. Monday through friday 8:30am to 12pm and 1pm to 4:30pm. Emergency Outside of Office Hours? Please contact us or NWC security at 4053257731 or 4053251157 and 4053251148
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A circular illustration, in dark red and white, of a handshake, a mortarboard, and the title A&GS Student Emergency Fund.

The A&GS Student Emergency Fund is an assistance program for students to access short term financial help in times of need. Due to the current public health crisis, many students lack the financial cushion needed to travel home, to find alternate housing arrangements, or to simply afford food. Some may even lack the hardware and high-speed internet access needed to successfully take classes online. The A&GS Student Emergency Fund provides a lifeline for these students. All donations will go directly to students in need.

A&GS Student Emergency Fund Site 

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A&GS Friends Society

A&GS Friends. A group dedicated to helping A&GS thrive for future generations. OU College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences. The University of Oklahoma.

To support the amazing activities happening within the College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences, the College and its Board of Visitors is proud to establish the Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences Friends Society. Funds raised from memberships will be used to support the educational learning experience for the college’s students, faculty, and staff.

Benefits of membership include an annual membership party, AGU and AMS reception tickets, as well as special access to College events. We encourage you to make a financial contribution to support these worthy efforts and to get involved with our friends!

More Information about A&GS Friends