I teach quantitative and qualitative classes in meteorology and geography. My research bridges both areas by examining how society deals with hazardous winter weather. I lead our storm chasing class and have logged more than 100,000 miles while observing nearly every facet of thunderstorms, from benign mammatus clouds to deadly tornadoes.
I am an American Meteorological Society (AMS) Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) and regularly appear on television, radio, and print media discussing current weather events and popularizing science. I also am consulting meteorologist and work with law firms and others in need of expert weather reports and forecasts.
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I am an Associate Professor of Meteorology and Geography at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. I received a meteorology degree with honors from Penn State and advanced degrees in geography from Syracuse University. I've been at Ball State since August 2007.