AOML Communications Specialist Speaks at a Panel for Transgender, Nonbinary, and Gender Non-Conforming Folks at the 103rd Annual AMS Meeting
Thia Griffin-Elliott (they/she), a Communications Specialist at NOAA’s Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML), spoke at the American Meteorological Society’s (AMS) first panel for transgender, nonbinary, and gender non-conforming folks, and their allies in the geosciences during the 103rd annual AMS meeting last month. The panelists discussed the joys, challenges, and examples of allyship.
NOAA’s Saildrone Team Wins a Department of Commerce Gold Medal!
Congratulations to AOML’s 2023 Department of Commerce Gold Medal winners! AOML is proud to recognize the achievements of our outstanding scientists and staff for their vital contributions to increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of NOAA.
AOML Scientists Present at the 103rd Annual AMS Meeting
The world’s largest yearly gathering for the weather, water and climate community took place earlier this month in Denver, Colorado. Scientists from NOAA’s Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) participated in the 103rd annual American Meteorological Society (AMS) meeting from January 8 – 12, both virtually and in-person. Formal presentations, posters, panel discussions and town hall meetings were all featured during the meeting.
AOML scientists lead water quality and biodiversity workshop in São Paulo, Brazil
NOAA affiliated scientists led a water quality and biodiversity workshop in São Paulo, Brazil, meeting with local leadership to discuss new plans for the sustainable management of an increasingly vulnerable coastal area.
Congratulations to the Winners of 2022 Department of Commerce and NOAA Awards!
Congratulations to all of the 2022 Department of Commerce and NOAA Award winners! AOML is proud to recognize the achievements of our outstanding scientists and staff for their vital contributions to increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of NOAA. From creative problem solving in the face of unforeseen challenges to developing innovative tools and techniques in […]
Happy Women’s Equality Day from AOML!
At NOAA’s Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML), we are extremely lucky to have many amazing women at the forefront of our science. For Women’s Equality Day, we spoke with some of our lab’s female leaders to learn more about their experiences and challenges, and to hear their valuable advice.
AOML Welcomes 2022 Summer Interns
On National Intern Day, AOML is celebrating our largest internship class ever – 30 interns ranging from high school students to post doctoral fellows. They are joining us from schools across the country, from California to Florida, and are researching corals, microbes, hurricanes, air-sea interaction, ocean acidification, communications strategies, and much more.
AOML is going virtual and you’re invited!
AOML will be celebrating Earth Day this year with a week-long series of webinars on April 19th-23rd, 2021 from 6:00 p.m-7:00 p.m. AOML’s Virtual Open House will feature NOAA scientists talking about everything from hurricane research to oceanography to coral ecosystems to the new technologies being used to improve our understanding of the world around us. Participants will also get the chance to learn more about what it’s like to be a scientist working with NOAA in the Ask AOML Q&A.
AOML Scientists Awarded the Department of Commerce Bronze Medal
AOML is proud to recognize the recent achievements of our outstanding scientists who were recently awarded the Department of Commerce Bronze Medal for outstanding contributions which have increased the efficiency and effectiveness of NOAA. Kelly Goodwin was honored for her Leadership in the development of the Omics program in NOAA. Ian and Derek are honored for their contributions to addressing Stoney Coral Tissue Loss Disease in the FL Keys.