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  • Melissa Burt Named to AMS Board
    CMMAP Education & Diversity Manager, Melissa Burt, was named to the AMS Board on Women and Minorities. Read more here.
  • Front Range Teen Science Cafés
    CMMAP partners with Teen Science Cafe´s to bring new opportunities for Northern Colorado teens to meet and interact with local scientists in a fun and informal setting.
  • Professor David Randall Receives Charney Award
    CMMAP founder and Director David Randall was presented with the Jules G. Charney Award at the 94th AMS Meeting this year. Colorado State University news article
  • Climate Sense
    An outreach project from CMMAP's Knowledge Transfer efforts is a new publication for multi-disciplinary articles related to the Earth’s climate. Welcome to Climate Sense!
  • High School Senior Receives Science Fair Awards
    Jessica Constant received 12 awards at her regional science fair for her entry on Atmospheric Modeling, mentored in part by CMMAP scientist David Randall. Check out her awards here.
  • Summer Interns Receive Awards
    Three CMMAP summer 2012 interns received awards at AGU and AMS annual meetings. Check out their work here.
  • CMMAP Fall Newsletter
    Get it right here!
  • Little Shop of Physics fuels students’ interests
    Nearly 1000 Texas middle-school students became scientists as they were let loose to explore hands-on demonstrations at the first day of HESTEC’s Middle School Challenge.
  • Photographer James Balog Presents at CSU
    Science met art in stunning images as Monfort Professor-in-Residence James Balog came to Colorado State University November 7 & 8 to lecture on his experiences photographing nature and documenting climate change.
  • CMMAP Teacher Course in the news
    CMMAP's annual week-long course for secondary school teachers was highlighted in the Fort Collins Coloradoan newspaper in August.
  • New CSU STEM center working with CMMAP
    Colorado State University's new STEM center will work with science outreach programs like CMMAP and the Little Shop of Physics. Article here.
  • Revkin on Pritchard
    A recent paper by Mike Pritchard, a CMMAP-supported student, is mentioned in an Andrew Revkin article on April 2011's tornado outbreaks.
  • Little Shop of Physics Intern Honored
    Kevin Gosselin, a long-term Student Intern with the Little Shop of Physics, a CMMAP partner, was chosen as Colorado State University's 2010-2011 Student Employee of the Year.
  • CMMAP Appears in AAAS Report
    An American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) report focused on the contributions of National Science Foundation Centers including our own CMMAP.
  • "Science Cafe" Talk
    CMMAP's Director for Education and Diversity, Scott Denning, gave a talk at a local Fort Collins, CO restaurant entitled, "Understanding Climate Change: It's Simpler than You Think!". The talk was given April 13 and drew a nice crowd at Avogadro's Number.
  • Book on the History of Global Atmospheric Modeling Available
    One of CMMAP's publishing activities is complete and now available. The book entitled "The Development of Atmospheric General Circulation Models: Complexity, Synthesis and Computation" is available from Cambridge Press. Book details and how to order it is at this link.
  • Little Shop of Physics Open House
    Colorado State University's and CMMAP partner Little Shop of Physics experienced record attendees to their Open House on February 26. An estimated 7000 youth and adults visited a large number of exhibits, hands-on activities and presentations.
  • Colorado Green Government Council Talk
    CMMAP scientist Scott Denning gave a presentation December 1 to the Colorado Green Government Council. His presentation is available here in PDF format.
  • MyCSU features Little Shop of Physics
    CSU graduate student highlights his participation with CMMAP partner, Little Shop of Physics.
    Full article here.
  • The public and climate science
    How much should the public know about climate science? CMMAP scientist Richard Somerville looks at this question in an essay published in the online journal, Climatic Change, published by Springer.
    Full article here.
  • Climate talk refocuses debate
    CMMAP scientist, Professor Scott Denning, gave a talk entitled "Engaging organized climate change denial" at Colorado State University on October 19.
    Full article here.
  • CMMAP Scientist Gives Keynote at Climate Change Event
    Scott Denning gave the keynote presentation at an event at Colorado State University entitled "What We Can Do About Climate Change".
    Full article here.
  • CMMAP Cloud Model Leads to New Discovery
    A cloud model being developed by CMMAP scientists has improved our understanding of Earth's climate. Story no longer available.
  • CMMAP SOARS Students Recognized
    SOARS (Significant Opportunities in Atmospheric Research and Science) students are doing great things. Read about them here!
  • Fairwell to Cindy
    In September we wished Cindy Carrick good luck as she left CMMAP and took on a new challenge with the USDA. Article here.
  • Welcome to Our New CMMAP Employees!
    Beginning in July, we welcomed three new employees to the CMMAP family. Connie Hale, already working for David Randall at CSU, was promoted to Operations Manager, Brent Waugh came on board as Events Coordinator and Marcia Donnelson stepped into the position of Managing Director.
  • Junior High Student Receives Science Fair Awards
    Jessica Constant received 8 awards at Longs Peak Science Fair for her entry on Atmospheric Modeling, mentored in part by CMMAP scientist, Dave Randall. Full article here.
  • Little Shop of Physics Open House
    Little Shop of Physics' Open House happened February 28, 2009. CMMAP contributed a lot of great activities for kids and adults/educators alike. Photos of the event:
  • CMMAP Scientists Receive Awards
    • Dr Wei-Kuo Tao received the 2008 William Nordberg Memorial Award for Earth Science.
    • Dr Hiroaki Miura received the Yamamoto-Syono Award for Best Paper by a Young Scientist.

  • CMMAP Building Construction at CSU Atmospheric Science
    Check here for updates on the new CMMAP / CSU ATS West building construction.

  • Little Shop of Physics Receives Hach Company Award
    Little Shop of Physics received an award from Hach Company to help fund CMMAP's "Weather and Climate for Teachers" program. The article may be found here.

  • Science Cafe Combines Climate Talk & Coctails
    An atmospheric scientist and a Fort Collins Old Town hipster walk into a bar. This article is about a new trend in bringing science to the public.