In late March, multiple GES graduate students and faculty attended the Southern Appalachian Weather and Climate (SAWC) workshop in Asheville, North Carolina. The workshop brought together a diverse group of students, academics, federal scientists, and broadcast media to share current research, share advancements in operational practice, and facilitate improved communication of weather, water, and climate events to the public. The graduate students who presented include Matthew Gropp (INES PhD), Roger Riggin (MS Earth Sciences), Andrew Robinson (MS Earth Sciences), Matthew Toadvine (MS Earth Sciences), and Allison VanOrmer (MS Earth Sciences). Professors Casey Davenport, Matthew Eastin, Brian Magi, and Jack Scheff also made research presentations.
See the link below for details about the many UNC Charlotte related presentations: