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Science Center for Teaching--Outreach--and Research on Meteorology (STORM)

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1 University of Northern Iowa releases county impact data UNI serving all 99 Iowa counties
Public Relations News Release 2008:111, p.1
9/30/2008 UNI has a 132-year history of serving Iowans. With more than 57,000 alumni living in Iowa, 11,000 of whom are educators, the university recognizes the role it plays in public service and outreach. There are currently more than 30 outreach programs.
2 UNI hosts summer institute for Iowa math and science teachers
Public Relations News Release 2007:82, p.1
8/1/2007 The IMPacting Achievement with Collaborative Technology program was held June 17-29; list of participants.
3 Teachers engage in Weather Analysis and Forecasting Course
Public Relations News Release 2005:0, p.1
7/14/2005 Twenty three teachers take part in course that helps them better understand weather patterns and the software used for analyzing it.
4 News Brief/ Calendar of events- special edition
Public Relations News Release 2005:0, p.1
7/6/2005 Schedule of some of the events happening during July at UNI.
5 UNI STORM helps National Weather Service battle airborne threats
Public Relations News Release 2003:0, p.1
6/7/2004 Discusses possibility of weather information aiding in assessing biological terrorism threats.
6 UNI professor says events in 'The Day After Tomorrow' are a possibility
Public Relations News Release 2003:0, p.1
5/21/2004 Global warming is warned to have globally catastrophic significance, resulting in climate shifts and natural disasters.
7 To cancel class or not to cancel classes, that is the question
Public Relations News Release 2003:0, p.2
2/9/2004 UNI's Science Center for Teaching, Outreach, and Research on Meterology is developing tools to help school superintendents know whether or not to cancel school.
8 UNI STORM to help meteorologists battle potential terrorist threats
Public Relations News Release 2002:1, p.1
7/1/2002 Meteorologists can assist in explaining weather patterns and how they would affect a bio-terrorism threat.
9 National Weather Service makes plans to battle airborne threats
Public Relations News Release 2001:359, p.1
3/18/2002 Alan Czarnetzki will explain the connection between weather patterns and the way vapors are dispersed.
10 Weather information could save lives, prevent disaster
Krastel--Laura (class of 2002)
Northern Iowan 98:44, p.1
3/15/2002 UNI STORM, led by Alan Czarnetzki, hopes to use weather information to stem the spread of bioterrorism attacks and hazardous material spills; photo.
11 UNI STORM helps National Weather Service battle airborne threats
Public Relations News Release 2001:344, p.1
3/8/2002 Alan Czarnetzki is working with the National Weather Service to develop a plan to coordinate current weather information into a plan to assist an airborne threat.
12 UNI professor makes sense of the weather
Public Relations News Release 2000:471, p.1
6/19/2001 The new Science center for Teaching, Outreach, and Research on Meteorology hopes to inform specific groups how to understand weather terminology.
13 Weather Education and Research Center to be built at UNI
Public Relations News Release 2000:52, p.1
9/4/2000 A $1.4 million grant is received by the U.S. Department of Commerce.

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