If you missed Joe Pedlosky's January 2011 IAP presentation about the life and times of his advisor Jule Charney here is a recording of the event...
How a Swedish bon vivant let MIT introduce modern meteorology to America — just in time to help the Allies win World War II.
It's June. MIT's grounds look spotless. The sun is shining. It's Commencement again.
Although doctoral students defend throughout the year, the Institute's annual Commencement exercices (held last week) bring many back to visit and formally receive their diplomas,
On Friday, May 6th, the Weather and Climate Club sponsored a trip for students to the Blue Hill Observatory, just south of Boston
Friday, May 13th, was the EAPS annual senior thesis presentation day. Read about research by PAOC faculty advisees Anastasia Maheras, John (Vince) Agard and Todd Mooring,
This year PAOC's weather forecasting team placed third in the national collegiate weather forecasting competition, WxChallenge, run by the University of Oklahoma.
This year's Rossby Award goes to Brian Rose for his PhD thesis Oceanic control of the sea ice edge and multiple equilibria in the climate system.
Grad. student Alex Petroff discusses the physics of valley growth.
Noelle Eckley Selin talks about how to assess transportation in the context of global change.