Teaching

Current Teaching

Meteorology in Python (training and development)[1]

Resources

Canvas: OU's [2]

Meteorology

Programming

Prior Teaching

Guest Lecturer: Winter Storms and Human Impacts, Geography, College of Arts & Sciences, The University of North Dakota (2016)

Instructor: Cartography and Visualization Laboratory, Geography, College of Arts & Sciences, The University of North Dakota (2014)

Instructor: Global Physical Environment Laboratory, Geography, College of Arts & Sciences, The University of North Dakota (2013-15)

Instructor: Intro. to Global Climate Laboratory, Geography, College of Arts & Sciences, The University of North Dakota (2015) (sample syllabus)

Instructor: Intro. to Geographic Information Systems Laboratory, Geography, College of Arts & Sciences, The University of North Dakota (2014)

1. Contact me for access to my Meteorology in Python site: here. I established this site to individually train students and faculty on the use of the Python programming language in meteorology (weather and climate). I have done this with the hope that the benefit I might have provided someone else with has enabled me to refine my own teaching skills.
2. The University of Oklahoma (OU) uses the Canvas learning management system for courses. Information about Canvas as it relates to specific coursework that I teach at OU will be conveyed to enrolled students in a syllabus during that course's first day of instruction. More information about OU's Canvas here: https://www.ou.edu/teachanywhere/instructional-technology/canvas.