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UCAR Update

January 2009

 

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In brief
Current job openings at UCAR
New from COMET: GOES-R, tropical meteorology, AMS booth
Reminders from previous issues

 
 

Current job openings at UCAR
Below are the titles of scientific positions now open at UCAR/NCAR/UOP, along with the relevant tracking code. All jobs are based in Boulder unless otherwise indicated.

  • Associate Scientist II (9058)
  • Director, IPCC Working Group II Technical Support Unit (9047)
  • NOAA Climate and Global Change Postdoctoral Fellowship Program (9035)
  • Post Graduate Scientist (9048)
  • Project Scientist I (9040)

Applicants can view the full descriptions for these and other positions at the UCAR Human Resources site.

Contact: UCAR Human Resources
Careers at UCAR

 
 

New from COMET: GOES-R, tropical meteorology, AMS booth
Below are details of two new online publications available from UOP/COMET. Please see the accompanying Web links for more details.

GOES-R: Benefits of Next-Generation Environmental Monitoring
This module introduces NOAA's next-generation Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-R series, focusing on the value and anticipated benefits derived from an enhanced suite of instruments for improved monitoring of meteorological, environmental, climate, and space weather phenomena and related hazards.

Topics in Tropical Meteorology
Funded by the National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF), this course will help meteorologists and others broaden their understanding of the impacts of weather and climate on public health, including the impacts of heat waves and cold temperatures, winter storms and thunderstorms, flooding, drought, poor air quality, tornadoes, hurricanes, wildfire, ultraviolet radiation, and other phenomena.

Stop by COMET's booth (#609) at the American Meteorological Society’s annual meeting (11–15 January) to pick up '07-'08 versions of COMET's MetEd Website Archive and other program materials

Contact: Hildy Kane, UOP/COMET, 303-497-8470
COMET MetEd site

 
 

Reminders from previous issues

Learn about CISL's services for universities at AMS meeting

NOAA climate and global change postdocs sought for 2009
Application and recommendation deadline: 15 January

Seeking protégés for 2009 SOARS program
Application deadline: 1 February

Seeking undergraduates for NCAR summer workshop
Application deadline: 6 March 2009

Applications now being accepted for 2009 Heliophysics Summer School
Deadline: 1 April 2009

Visiting scientist openings: air pollution, space weather, satellite retrievals

 
 

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Questions or news tips: Bob Henson, 303-497-8605
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