• Dr. Dev Niyogi and Dr. Qianlai Zhuang Promoted to Full Time Professors

    Dr. Qianlai Zhuang and Dr. Dev Niyogi Promoted to Full Professors, Congratulations to both!

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  • EAPS Students, led by Dr. Baldwin, Partner with INDOT to Forecast Winter Weather

    EAPS Students, led by Dr. Baldwin, Partner with INDOT to Forecast Winter Weather

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  • Gift from Alumnus, Stephen Brand and his wife Karen, creates the department's first endowed chair

    Stephen and Karen Brand gift creates EAPS's first endowed chair

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  • Professor Lasher-Trapp named a Fellow of the Purdue Teaching Academy

    Professor Lasher-Trapp named a Fellow of the Purdue Teaching Academy

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  • Terry West Receives AEG 2013 Honorary Member Award

    Terry West Receives AEG 2013 Honorary Member Award

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Dr. Paul Shepson's Study in Purdue Today
Dr. Paul Shepson's Study in Purdue Today High levels of the greenhouse gas methane were found above shale gas wells at a production point not thought to be an important emissions source, according to study jointly led by Purdue and Cornell universities.
Professor Dev Niyogi and PhD student, Olivia Kellner, are featured in Purdue Today for their study
Professor Dev Niyogi and PhD student, Olivia Kellner, are featured in Purdue Today for their study The study looks at more than 60 years of Indiana tornado climatology data and could potentially be helpful to city planners and forecasters.
EAPS 12000: Introduction to Geography
EAPS 12000: Introduction to Geography EAPS 12000 is an introductory course for non majors that is approved for the core curriculum under Science, Technology and Society (STS). Professor Jon Harbor is developing a totally new interactive online version of this course that will be available starting with the summer semester of 2014.
Mayor of Kansas Town Devastated by Tornado to Speak with Purdue Science Policy Class, Research Faculty
Mayor of Kansas Town Devastated by Tornado to Speak with Purdue Science Policy Class, Research Faculty The mayor of a Kansas community devastated by an F5 tornado in 2007 will meet on Tuesday (April 1) with Purdue University faculty members and students who are studying the role of science in policy decisions related to hurricanes, earthquakes and tornadoes.
Trapp Publishes New Textbook
none The new textbook Mesoscale Convective Processes in the Atmosphere by EAPS Professor Jeff Trapp seeks to promote a deep yet accessible understanding of mesoscale-convective processes in the atmosphere.
EAPS Grads Awarded
none Dereka is pursuing cross-cutting research that seeks to establish a new means of assessing the risk to weather hazards associated with land-falling tropical cyclones (TCs). Wendall's research is focused on using stable isotopes in nitrate contained in Antarctic ice cores to understand the feedback between atmospheric chemistry and global climate change.
A new study from the American Geosciences Institute shows that salaries in Geoscience related jobs are up, way up in some occupations.
none A new study from the American Geosciences Institute shows that salaries in Geoscience related jobs are up, way up in some occupations. Researchers Leila M. Gonzales and Heather Houlton, a 2010 Purdue Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences masters graduate, averaged 2011 salaries of managers, architects, engineers and teachers in various fields and compared them withthose in the geosciences.
Congratulations to Dr. Terry West
none Dr. Terry WestThe Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists (AEG) has selected Dr. Terry West to receive the 2013 Honorary Member Award, the Association’s highest award.
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