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Arecibo, Puerto Rico
Primary: Dr. Hilda Colón
(787) 878-2612
reu-program@naic.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: astronomy, astrophysics, planetary science, instrumentation, atmospheric physics
REU Site: Research in Radio/Radar Astronomy and Atmospheric Sciences at Arecibo ObservatoryAbstract of Award
Cofunded: Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences
Brooklyn, New York
Primary: Dr. Reginald Blake
(718) 254-8582
rblake@citytech.cuny.edu
Secondary: Dr. Pamela Brown
(718) 260-5008
pbrown@citytech.cuny.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Meteorology, remote sensing, air quality, modeling, engineering, air-land and air-sea interactions, climate
Comments: Collaborative with NOAA-CREST Cooperative Remote Sensing Science and Technology Center (NOAA-CREST),
REU Site: Research Experience for Undergraduates in Satellite and Ground-Based Remote Sensing at NOAA-CREST: Expanded OpportunitiesAbstract of Award
Coastal Carolina University
REU Site: Computing and Geoscience in the Coastal Carolina Region
College of Science, Department of Computing Sciences and Dept. of Coastal & Marine Systems Science
Conway, South Carolina
Primary: Dr. Sathish Kumar
(843) 349-2810
skurmar@coastal.edu
Secondary: Dr. Var Limpasuvan
(843) 349-2826
var@coastal.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: climate change,oceanography,atmospheric science, geology, computer science, Big Data Analytics, Data Science, GeoComputing
REU Site: Computing and Geoscience in the Coastal Carolina RegionAbstract of Award
Cofunded: Ocean Sciences
Fort Collins, Colorado
Primary: Melissa Burt
(970) 491-8706
mburt@atmos.colostate.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: atmospheric science, atmospheric chemistry, air quality, severe storms, mesoscale meteorology, remote sensing, climate dynamics, climate modeling, atmospheric dynamics
Research Experiences for Undergraduates in Climate Science at Colorado State UniversityAbstract of Award
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Primary: Dr. Henry Trae Winter
(617) 495-7400
hwinter@cfa.harvard.edu
Secondary: Dr. Kathy Reeves
(617) 496-7563
kreeves@cfa.harvard.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Solar Astronomy, space weather, heliosphere, astrophysics,instrumentation
REU Site: Solar Physics at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for AstrophysicsAbstract of Award
Cofunded: Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences, Astronomical Sciences
MIT Haystack Observatory
MIT Haystack Observatory
MIT Haystack Observatory
Westford, Massachusetts
Primary: Mary Reynolds
(781) 981-5410
mreynolds@haystack.mit.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Astrophysics, Solar and heliospheric science, Informatics
Comments: REU 2017 offers: • Hands-on research experience • Seminars • Activities • Housing • Stipend APPLICATION DEADLINE FEBRUARY 8, 2017 For further information, please contact reuhaystack@hayst
Cofunded: Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences, Department of Defense (DoD)
Arizona
Primary: Dr. Matthew Penn
(520) 318-8510
mpenn@nso.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Solar physics, solar-terrestrial physics, solar-stellar physics, instrumentation
Cofunded: Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences
Portland, Oregon
Primary: Dr. Jennifer L. Morse
(503) 725-2826
jlmorse@pdx.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: atmosphere’s synoptic and planetary circulation, air quality, weather, climate, greenhouse gases
REU Site: Atmospheric Science Experiences in Portland State Univeristy's Center for Climate and Aerosol ResearchAbstract of Award
College Station, Texas
Primary: Don Conlee
(979) 862-4060
dconlee@tamu.edu
Secondary: Robert Korty
(979) 847-9090
korty@tamu.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: air quality, climate change, meteorology, precipitation processes in the Gulf Coastal region.
Atmospheric Science in the Gulf Coast Region at Texas A&M UniversityAbstract of Award
College Station, Texas
Primary: Georgianne Moore
(979) 845-3765
gwmoore@tamu.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: water, climate, ecohydrology, diversity, interdisciplinary, international
REU Site: Ecohydrology of the Tropical Montane Forests--Diversity in Science, Interdisciplinary Breadth, and Global AwarenessAbstract of Award
Cofunded: Earth Sciences, Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences
Pennsylvania
Primary: Ray Najjar
(814) 863-1586
najjar@meteo.psu.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: climate & atmospheric science,meteorology,oceanography,carbon cycle,modeling,paleoclimate,atmospheric chemistry,climate impacts,tropical meteorology,atmospheric dynamics,biogeochemistry
REU Site: Climate Science Research at The Pennsylvania State UniversityAbstract of Award
Cofunded: Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
The SOARS Program - Enhancing and Expanding a Successful Model for Building Diversity in the Atmospheric and Related Sciences
National Center for Atmospheric Research
Boulder, Colorado
Primary: Rebecca Haacker
(303) 497-8623
rhaacker@UCAR.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Atmospheric Science, solar physics, computational methods
Comments: SOARS is not funded through the REU Site program, but encourages applications from members of underrepresented and disadvantaged groups
The SOARS Program - Enhancing and Expanding a Successful Model for Building Diversity in the Atmospheric and Related SciencesAbstract of Award
Cofunded: Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences
University of Alabama in Huntsville
REU Site: Solar and Heliospheric Physics at UAH and MSFC
Physics
Huntsville, Alabama
Primary: Samaiyah Farid
(156) 824-6120
sif0053@uah.edu
Secondary: Amy Winebarger
(256) 961-7509
amy.r.winebarger@nasa.gov
Research Topics/Keywords: Solar Physics, Heliospheric Physics, satellites, modeling
REU Site: Solar and Heliospheric Physics at UAH and MSFCAbstract of Award
Cofunded: Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences, Astronomical Sciences
University of Colorado at Boulder
REU Site: Solar and Space Physics with the Boulder Solar Alliance
Lab for Atmospheric and Space Physics
Boulder, Colorado
Primary: Dr. Martin Snow
(303) 885-8689
snow@lasp.colorado.edu
Secondary: Dr. Daniel N Baker
(303) 492-4509
Daniel.Baker@lasp.colorado.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: solar physics, space physics, climate science, magnetosphere, heliosphere, upper atmosphere, Sun-Earth system, space weather
Comments: Participating institutions include NCAR High Altitude Observatory, NOAA Space Environment Center (both in Boulder, CO), and Center for Integrated Space Weather Modeling (Boston, MA)
REU Site: Solar and Space Physics with the Boulder Solar AllianceAbstract of Award
Cofunded: Astronomical Sciences
260 miles north of Ann Arbor, Michigan
Primary: Dr. David Karowe
(269) 387-5630
karowe@wmich.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Ecology & Atmospheric Sciences: Global Change, Botany, Zoology, Biogeochemistry, Chemistry, Physics, Meteorology
Comments: Interdisciplinary program focused on the ecological and atmospheric causes and consequences of global change
REU Site: Environmental Change in the Great Lakes Region: Atmosphere-Hydrosphere-Biosphere InteractionsAbstract of Award
Cofunded: Biological Sciences, Earth Sciences
University of Michigan Ann Arbor
REU Site: Program in Climate and Space Science Observation (PICASSO) at the University of Michigan
Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Primary: Frank Marsik
(734) 763-5369
marsik@umich.edu
Secondary: Tonya Thompson
(734) 763-4611
tyb@umich.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Meteorology,Climate, Space Weather, Remote Sensing, Global Change, Biogeochemistry, Climate Modeling, Atmospheric Chemistry
REU Site: Program in Climate and Space Science Observation (PICASSO) at the University of MichiganAbstract of Award
Cofunded: Astronomical Sciences, Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences
University of Oklahoma Norman Campus
REU Site: Real-World Research Experiences at the National Weather Center
Center for Analysis and Prediction of Storms
Norman, Oklahoma
Primary: Dr. Daphne S. LaDue
(405) 325-1898
dzaras@ou.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: severe storms, synoptic, mesoscale and storm-scale meteorology, numerical weather prediction, weather radar, atmospheric modeling,atmospheric technology and measurement systems,prediction, weather rad
Comments: The National Weather Center engages the Univ.of Oklahoma, NOAA and state organizations to work together to improve understanding of atmospheric events.
REU Site: Real-World Research Experiences at the National Weather CenterAbstract of Award
Florida
Primary: Jennifer Collins
(570) 594-1932
collinsjm@usf.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Weather,Climate,Society,Interdisciplinary,REU
Weather, Climate and Society: An Interdisciplinary Approach Integrating Physical and Social SciencesAbstract of Award
Cofunded: Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences
Washington State University
REU Site: Regional Atmospheric Chemistry: State-of-the-art Measurement and Modeling in the Pacific Northwest
Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
Pullman, Washington
Primary: Dr. Shelley Pressley
(509) 335-5443
spressley@wsu.edu
Secondary: Dr. Brian Lamb
(509) 335-5702
blamb@wsu.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: atmospheric science, air quality, atmospheric chemistry, mobile laboratory facility, air quality measurements, air quality modeling, Pacific northwest, climate change, mobile atmospheric chemistry lab
REU Site: Regional Atmospheric Chemistry: State-of-the-art Measurement and Modeling in the Pacific NorthwestAbstract of Award
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