The Science/Policy Interface (Dr. William Hooke)

Dr. William Hooke, Associate Executive Director of the American Meteorological Society, shares insights from his long career working at the intersection of science and policy.

Agricultural Challenges, Climate, and Co-Production of Science (Dr. Kater Hake)

Dr. Kater Hake, Vice President of Agricultural & Environmental Research at Cotton Inc., discusses how researchers can work with producers to conduct science relevant for addressing climate-induced agricultural challenges.

Rhetorical Principles in Science Communication (Dr. David Roach)

Dr. David Roach, Associate Dean of the TTU College of Arts and Sciences, discusses insights from the communication sciences useful for helping researchers connect with their audiences.

Paleoclimatology (Dr. Kristine DeLong)

Dr. Kristine Delong of LSU discusses how understanding the climate of the past can help us better prepare for the climate of the future.

Modeling Our Planet’s Climate (Dr. Keith Dixon)

Dr. Keith Dixon, a research meteorologist at NOAA’s Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Lab, discusses how global climate models are developed and used at various spatial scales and time scales.

Downscaling Global Climate Models (Dr. Katharine Hayhoe)

Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, Director of the TTU Climate Science Center , discusses how regionally relevant climate information is generated and applied.

Climate Change and Human Health (Dr. Jenni Vanos)

Dr. Jenni Vanos, Assistant Professor of Atmospheric Sciences at TTU, discusses the impact of extreme heat events on human communities with an emphasis on impacts to youth and the elderly.

Climate and Infectious Diseases (Dr. Andrew Monaghan)

Dr. Monaghan, climate researcher at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, discusses how climate changes are facilitating the spread of certain diseases.