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Dr. Eppes talks earthquakes

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Adjunct Professor honored with Award for Broadcast Meteorology

Brad Panovich, chief meteorologist at WCNC-TV and adjunct professor of meteorology at UNC Charlotte, was recently honored with The Award for Broadcast Meteorology at the American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting. The award recognized his passionate devotion to informing his on-air audience and for extensive use of social media to educate the public about meteorology. Adjunct Professor honored with Award for Broadcast Meteorology Read more >>

GES researchers featured in college magazine

Faculty and postdoctoral researchers from Geography and Earth Sciences were featured in the Fall 2017 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences quarterly magazine called "Exchange".  Professor Heather Smith and postdoctoral researcher Claire Schuch discussed how their work helps contextualize questions about immigration.  Professors Sandra Clinton, Craig Allan, and David Vinson talked about water... GES researchers featured in college magazine Read more >>

GES Students and Faculty at AMS

In early January, students and faculty from Geography and Earth Sciences will be representing UNC Charlotte at the American Meteorological Society (AMS) Annual Meeting https://annual.ametsoc.org/2018/ in Austin, Texas.  The conference hosts well over 8,000 attendees with applied and theoretical research related to atmospheric sciences, and includes both a Student Conference and the Full Conference... GES Students and Faculty at AMS Read more >>

GES Students and Faculty at AGU

In mid-December, several students and faculty from Geography and Earth Sciences will be representing UNC Charlotte at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting https://fallmeeting.agu.org/2017/program-overview/ in New Orleans.  The conference is the biggest Geo Scientists gathering in the world with over 20,000 attendees.  Alex Schaefer (INES PhD student) and Professors Missy Eppes, David... GES Students and Faculty at AGU Read more >>