Welcome Kyle[emoji106]Hey y'all!
My name's Kyle, from Tulsa, OK I've always been fascinated with storms, got real up close and personal with an F3 that hit a farm town where I grew up. Been hooked since then.
Great idea! Most of my courses focus on research in general and also how students in classrooms learn best, but I do have the opportunity to take elective classes, so I will be on the lookout for courses that pertain to that. Thanks for the tip!Welcome Kimberley! You asked about opportunities to work in the weather field without a degree in meteorology... I am no expert on the weather field (I am a CPA [emoji19]), but I do know that social science is becoming more and more a part of the weather enterprise with regard to public outreach, how people respond to hazardous weather threats, and how warnings/hazards can be better communicated. I am no expert in your field of educational psychology either, but wondering if your field/skills might be somehow transferable enough to capitalize on that trend?
Welcome Mike! For some reason, I feel like you should be chasing the colorado high plains.Hi, everyone! The name's Mike. I'm glad to have found this great online community. As a traveler and a photographer by heart, I'm a beginner when it comes to storm tracking and chasing. Would definitely love to learn more. Cheers!