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Janice Huff with Dr. Jon Ahlquist and EOAS students

Janice Huff, weekday chief meteorologist for NBC 4 New York, is one of New York's most recognized forecasters. She is a meteorology alum and in 2002 was named a “Grad Made Good” by FSU. She stopped by the EOAS weathercasting studio to talk with students and share some advice for those looking to make weathercasting and meteorology their career.

Nick Heath, Ph.D. Candidate

Ph.D. candidate Nick Heath has earned a NASA Fellowship, and along with that, they asked him to write a blog for Earth Science Week. It is meant for a middle school/early high school audience, but we wanted to share it here also.


Field Camp 2014

Each year, EOAS alum Bill Maxwell hosts a dinner party for the field camp participants. This year was no exception as good food and good company made for a fun evening. Thanks to Bill for hosting!

Dr. Ekaterina Maksimova

Dr. Ekaterina Maksimova, (Ph.D. 2012), has received a very prestigious fellowship from the Division of Ocean Sciences Postdoctoral Fellowship. This Fellowship will allow Ekatrina to continue her research in the dynamics of ocean circulation in the Eastern Gulf of Mexico with its relation to the ecology of the region. She will affiliate with the College of Marine Science at USF and FSU COAPS.

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