about our members

about our members Keith G. Blackwell recently joined the faculty of graduate and graduate courses at Embry-Riddle the Department of Geology and Geography at the Uni- Aeronautical University and the University of Ne- versity of South Alabama as an assistant professor of braska—Omaha. meteorology. Blackwell In 1993 Blackwell became the first director of me- will be teaching dynamic, teorology at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado physical, and synoptic Springs, where he helped direct and coordinate the meteorology on the main establishment of a new undergraduate meteorology campus and coastal clima- program. He developed and taught several new tology at the Dauphin Is- upper-level undergraduate courses in meteorology and land Sea Laboratory. also served as the director of the Cadet Summer Re- Blackwell earned his search Program. B.S. in meteorology from Blackwell, an AMS member since 1976 and a mem- the University of Wiscon- ber of Chi Epsilon Pi, has received many meteorol- sin—Madison in 1980. He ogy-related awards. While at Little Rock AFB, he was subsequently worked as an presented the Honorary Missileman Award for excel- air pollution meteorologist lence in weather support to the 308th Strategic Mis- in Birmingham, Alabama, sile Wing. He received a Distinguished Graduate Stu- Keith http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Keith G. Blackwell recently joined the faculty of graduate and graduate courses at Embry-Riddle the Department of Geology and Geography at the Uni- Aeronautical University and the University of Ne- versity of South Alabama as an assistant professor of braska—Omaha. meteorology. Blackwell In 1993 Blackwell became the first director of me- will be teaching dynamic, teorology at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado physical, and synoptic Springs, where he helped direct and coordinate the meteorology on the main establishment of a new undergraduate meteorology campus and coastal clima- program. He developed and taught several new tology at the Dauphin Is- upper-level undergraduate courses in meteorology and land Sea Laboratory. also served as the director of the Cadet Summer Re- Blackwell earned his search Program. B.S. in meteorology from Blackwell, an AMS member since 1976 and a mem- the University of Wiscon- ber of Chi Epsilon Pi, has received many meteorol- sin—Madison in 1980. He ogy-related awards. While at Little Rock AFB, he was subsequently worked as an presented the Honorary Missileman Award for excel- air pollution meteorologist lence in weather support to the 308th Strategic Mis- in Birmingham, Alabama, sile Wing. He received a Distinguished Graduate Stu- Keith

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Published: Jun 1, 1997

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