Awards and Honors
- NOAA Research 2009 Outstanding Scientific Paper Award - Dave Priegnitz, Kevin Manross, Travis Smith, Richard Adams – CIMMS scientists at NSSL and Pamela Heinselman – NSSL
“Rapid sampling of severe storms by the National Weather Radar Testbed phased array radar”
- Eve Gruntfest was awarded the Kenneth E. Spengler Award of the American Meteorological Society
2008 Dean's Award for Outstanding Service
- Tracy Reinke (far right) received the College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences 2008 Dean's Award for Outstanding Service for her work preparing for the First U.S.-China Symposium on Meteorology, which was hosted by CIMMS.
- Catherine Mavriplis was presented the NSF ADVANCE Leadership Award
- Alexander Ryzhkov was presented the AMS Editor Award for his reviews for the Journal of Applied Meteorology
- Leon Minton (far right) was honored for his meritorious work as part of the NWS Southern Region Headquarters team
NOAA Research 2007 Outstanding Scientific Paper Award
- Alexander V. Ryzhkov, Terry J. Schuur,
Donald W. Burgess, Pamela L. Heinselman, Scott E. Giangrande -
CIMMS Scientists at NSSL,
and Dusan S. Zrnic - NSSL
"The Joint Polarization Experiment: Polarimetric Rainfall Measurements and Hydrometeor Classification”, published in Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (Jun 2005, 86: 809-824).
NOAATech 2006 Best Presentation: Interactive Web Access to Historical Weather Data Archives
- Willa Zhu, David Schultz – CIMMS Scientist at NSSL, Kevin Kelleher – NSSL, Nancy Soreide
Who’s Who in America – Elected a Member in 2006
- Katherine Kanak, CIMMS Scientist at OU
Public Service Excellence Award from the Dallas-Fort Worth Federal Executive Board – May 2006
- Leon Minton, CIMMS Scientist at NWS Southern Region Headquarters in recognition of outstanding achievement and commitment and dedication to public service
CIMMS 2005 Outstanding Paper Award
- David Schultz, CIMMS Scientist at
NSSL, and Jeff Trapp, former CIMMS Scientist
"Nonclassical cold-frontal structure caused by dry subcloud air in northern Utah during the Intermountain Precipitation Experiment (IPEX)", published in Monthly Weather Review (2003, Vol. 131, p. 2222-2246).
- David Stensrud, CIMMS Fellow at NSSL,
and Nusrat Yussouf,
CIMMS Scientist at NSSL
“Short range ensemble predictions of 2-m temperature and dewpoint temperature over New England”, published in Monthly Weather Review (2003, Vol. 131, p. 2510-2524).