December Monthly Highlight- What We've Done This SemesterDecember 19, 2019
It’s been a busy semester here at the AOS department. For our December Highlight, here’s a small collection of photos showing what everyone’s been up to on our social media sites.
Late August brought a meetup between Pete Pokrandt and Tom Purdy…on top of the AOSS building!
Our 330 class got to have a fun lab session where they launched a weather balloon off the roof!
The CHEESEHEAD campaign is doing well. Just take a look at
Brian Butterworth and Jonathan Thom on the water near a flux tower.
AMS’s Fall Rooftop Party was a blast this year, and with plenty of pizza to go around too!
Professor Dan Vimont met with Governor Tony Evers back in October as part of a new initiative to address climate change concerns in Wisconsinl.
This year’s Day of Science brought all sorts of people to campus…including some beautiful fall colors!
The yearly AOSS Kids Trick-or-Treat had a great turnout this year…and some awesome costumes from the kids!
Speaking of Halloween, the scariest thing that happened that day was all the snow we got! Here’s some footage from the rooftop cameras of the record breaking snowstorm.
Another lab from our undergrads, this time using sling psychrometers to measure dry bulb and wet bulb temperatures.
To round off the year, Professor Ankur Desai’s lab group had their annual dinner this year at AGU 2019.
Thank you all for a wonderful semester, and I wish all of you a wonderful (and well deserved!) winter break. Happy Holidays!