What causes tornadoes? Where and when are hurricanes most common? What's the difference between sleet and freezing rain? If you like dangerous weather-- or if you're terrified of it and want to learn more about it -- this is the place for you.
Instructor: Dr. Cody Kirkpatrick (my email address)
Dates and times of future offerings:
Office hours: check the syllabus
For EAS-E 144, I always open up as many seats as we have chairs in the room. If you find that the course is full, please join the wait list -- normally, there will be a few people who switch to other courses right before the semester begins.
Because of seat limitations, it will not be possible to accomodate "overload" registrations -- so do stay on the wait list as long as you can.
There is nothing to buy! We'll use the "JetStream" website, provided by the National Weather Service. In addition, I'll provide numerous handouts and additional readings. (Hint: get a three-ring binder.)
There's always a recent Syllabus available if you want all the gory details about all aspects of our course. The bottom line: we have three exams, multiple quizzes, daily pre-class assignments on Canvas, and several in-class team activities (short lab-like assignments). Attendance is not "checked" but there is a graded activity of some type in class once a week, or more.
We'll look at national and local current weather almost daily during the course. I bet you already know how to interpret these images!
This is just our landing page for people who want more information during registration. Once the semester begins, we'll use Canvas as our main resource area.