The physical nature of the oscillation mechanism and restoring force for Rossby waves is uncovered and the apparent “discrepancy” between pressure work and group velocity for Rossby waves is reconciled in two recent publications led Professor Ming Cai.
This series has been designed specifically for FSU Undergraduates - please try to attend at least one presentation. The series is being presented by FSU’s Nobel Laureate and educational outreach pioneer, Sir Harry Kroto. In addition to Sir Harry Kroto, presentations by best-selling author Dan Riley and FSU physicist Mark Riley will round out the series for this year.
Office of International & Integrative Activities/ International Science & Engineering (OIIA/ISE) would like to make you aware of an opportunity for US graduate students in your community to participate in research experiences in East Asian countries in summer 2014 through the East Asian & Pacific Summer Institutes (EAPSI) program.
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Dr. Lynn Dudley, an EOAS faculty colleague, friend, mentor and former department chair. Lynn Murdock Dudley was born May 15, 1955 to Bill and Joyce Dudley. The oldest of four boys, Lynn was an avid outdoorsman and scholar. He spent much of his free time big game hunting on his family ranch, chasing birds with his dogs, and fly fishing around the world.
With the beginning of a new semester, we wanted to once again remind you of information that will keep you up to date regarding deadlines, workshops and all things related to the manuscript clearance process for your graduate students. Below is a summary of events and deadlines for the Fall 2013 semester. Please share this information with your faculty, staff and students.