## Mississippi state university

#### August 2023- Present

COURSEWORK:

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GR 6502 Prac in Broadcast Meteorolgy I (2)

One hour lecture. Two hours laboratory. Introduction to developing a weather story with emphasis on producing weather graphics for television, chroma key mechanics, and weathercast communication

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GR 6643 Physical Meteorology and Climatology I (3)

Three hours lecture. An investigation of the physical aspects of Earth’s climate, including interactions between the atmosphere, hydrosphere, and land surface, and how they are affected by climate variability and change

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GR 6733 Synoptic Meteorology: (3)

Three hour lecture. Principles and derivation of meteorological theory. Emphasis on energy exchanges, atmospheric moisture, physical processes of atmospheric motion, air masses and fronts, and cyclogenesis

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GR 8633 Climate Change: (3)

Three hours lecture. In-depth examination of changes in earth’s climate through time. Focus is placed on causes, measurement, implications and complexity of climate change

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GR 8833 Weather and Society: (3)

Three hours lecture. Study of the role of weather in and on society through readings, discussion and research

## Louisiana state university

#### August 2019- MAY 2023

COURSEWORK:

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MATH 1550 Differential and Integral Calculus (5)

Limits, derivatives, and integrals of algebraic, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions, with applications.

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MATH 1552 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II (4)

Techniques of integration, parametric equations, analytic geometry, polar coordinates, infinite series, vectors in low dimensions; introduction to differential equations and partial derivatives.

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MATH 2090 Elementary Differential Equations and Linear Algebra (4)

Introduction to first order differential equations, linear differential equations with constant coefficients, and systems of differential equations; vector spaces, linear transformations, matrices, determinants, linear dependence, bases, systems of equations, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, and Laplace transforms.

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PHYS 2110 Particle Mechanics

Prereq: grade of “C” or better in MATH 1550; credit or registration in MATH 1552 or MATH 1553. Vectors, forces and motion, Newton’s Laws, conservation of energy and momentum, rotational kinematics and dynamics, equilibrium and elasticity, oscillations.

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PHYS 2113 Fields: Gravity, Electricity, and Magnetism

Prereq: grade of “C” or better in PHYS 2110 and MATH 1552 or MATH 1553. Gravitation and electromagnetism, gravitational fields, electric and magnetic fields, currents and circuits, induction, Maxwell’s Equations.

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CSC 1240 Statistics and Graphics with MATLAB (3)

2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Introduction to MATLAB programming with applications in statistics and graphics.

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2201 Introduction to Statistical Analysis (4)

Descriptive statistics; inferential statistical methods including confidence interval estimation and hypothesis testing for one and two population means and proportions; one-way analysis of variance; simple linear regression and correlation; analysis of categorical data.

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GEOG 2050 Physical Geography: The Atmosphere (3)

Physical principles, processes and operations in the atmosphere; world climatic realms.

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GEOG 3013 Meteorology (3)

Temporal and areal variations in composition and structure of the atmosphere; meteorological instruments and measurements.

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GEOG 4221 The Tropical Atmosphere (3)

Prereq.: GEOG 3013 or GEOG 4014. Comparative analysis of the tropical and mid-latitude atmospheric circulation systems, including monsoon systems, tropical cyclones and easterly waves; elements of interannual tropical variability such as El Niño-Southern Oscillation.

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OCS 4021 Weather Forecasting (3)

Diagnostic studies of surface and upper-air observational data using isoplething charts and satellite images to represent the state of the atmosphere over both land and sea. Subjects include heat and energy budget, role of water, temperature and height and weather systems, thunderstorms, hurricanes, cyclones, cold fronts, etc.

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