The College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences has many diverse and award-winning research, academic and operational components. Our faculty, staff and students currently lead the campus in several key research areas and are working constantly on new initiatives.
Connect & Give
Award winners, faculty, and staff attend the 2019 A&GS Awards Ceremony held in the National Weather Center.
To continue in providing a quality education and successfully recruit and retain some of the top faculty members and students in the country, we need your gifts and support. Please refer to the links below to see how you can make a difference.
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.
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!
$100 Annual Member (annual membership fee)
$500 Supporting Member (annual membership fee)
$1,000 per year Sustaining Member (5 year commitment)
$2,000 per year Founding Member (5 year commitment)
Thank you to the following Founding Members who helped start this great group:
Edwin Adlerman, Fred Carr, James Davis, Claude Duchon, Mike Eilts, Joe Friday, Jeff Kimpel, Aisha Owusu, Mohan Ramamurthy, Vicki & Lynn Rose, John Snow, and Chuck Thompson
Development and Alumni Relations
College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences
University of Oklahoma
120 David L. Boren, Blvd., NWC Suite 3630
Norman, Oklahoma 73072-7303