Graduate Studies

Dr. Paul Markowski talks about how he developed his passion for meteorology and more specifically, tornadoes.     

Our graduate degree programs encompass the full spectrum of atmospheric sciences including, but not limited to, climate, oceanography, clouds and cloud physics, atmospheric chemistry and dynamics, boundary layer and turbulence, weather risk management, as well as tropical, synoptic, and mesoscale meteorology.

Spring and Summer 2019 Deadlines: 

June 2019

14, Friday

  • Last date for a summer graduate to apply for graduation on LionPATH
  • Last date for a summer graduate to pass the final defense (department must return report to Graduate Enrollment Services immediately)

July 2019

4, Thursday

  • Independence Day (no classes)

9, Tuesday 

August 2019 

2, Friday

  • Deadline for summer 2019 graduating students to submit a request of certification to Graduate Enrollment Services (12:00 p.m.)

10, Saturday

  • Graduate School Summer Commencement Ceremony, Bryce Jordan Center, 2:30 p.m.

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