Atmospheric Physics News

Brandon Ryan (’20) accepted to Auburn Graduate School

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Kacy Cleveland ('18) working at RWDI's forecasting office in Halifax

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Meghan Carrico working at NASA Langley

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Welcome to the University of Louisville Atmospheric Physics program! We are excited you are interested in what we have to offer our students and community. The goal of this site is to educate you about our program - including why you should seriously consider UofL for your Atmospheric Physics education. Our program offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics: Atmospheric Physics Track, and also a minor in Atmospheric Physics. Find out more about our program and what we have to offer our students in the Prospective Students section of our web site. If you are a current student, you can find out more about your degree and course requirements and links to relevant contacts at the University of Louisville - it's all in our effort to assist everyone in getting all questions answered as quickly as possible.




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There are several universities across the U.S. with Atmospheric Science programs, but many cannot beat the Louisville area's various and ever-changing climate patterns. Louisville has seen snow on the ground one day - and 70 degrees the next... hurricane force winds... ice storm damage... major tornado outbreaks... along with everything in between. The rich weather history of Louisville makes UofL a perfect place to study atmospheric physics, climate, and space weather.




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Requirements for the degree in Physics: Atmospheric Physics Track, and minor in Atmospheric Physics.




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To make a tax-deductible gift to the program's endowed fund: Follow this link, then indicate "Earth and Atmospheric Science Endowment Fund (E2122)." Each dollar you contribute to the Program's endowment provides its research and teaching mission with a nickel a year (5.5%) for a billion years (i.e. forever).