Ever wondered what it’s like to live and work in the South Pole? Millersville alum Mark Dellandre shares about his experiences.
For the first time, students got all three sensors up at one time to compare the different measurements.
Read about the work and awards of Drs. Bremer, Catepillan, Downey and Sikora, along with awards for Desa Fry and Barry Kornhauser.
NASA Grant Awarded to Meteorology
Drs Richard Clark and Todd Sikora, both professors of meteorology, received the contract to participate in the project that runs from now until Feb. 28, 2022.
Kyle Elliott, a former meteorologist/forecaster with AccuWeather, has been named director of the Weather Information Center at Millersville University.
Students Awarded AMS Scholarships
Both students give credit to Millersville University and their professors for preparing them for the scholarship application and for the future.
Caitlin Westerholm always knew she wanted to pursue meteorology.
This election outcome is a huge step forward for undergraduate-focused meteorology programs like Millersville’s.
Will it Rain? Snow? How Will We Know?
Eric Horst is nearly as synonymous with Millersville University as the Marauder.
If you’ve always wanted to ask a NASA scientist your most pressing science questions, you’re in luck: 2010 Millersville University alumnus Dr. Ryan Stauffer is taking over MU’s Instagram account […]
“Millersville has really shaped [me into] the professional I am today.”
Students receive $9,500 per academic year and opportunities for internships with NOAA facilities.