Company Overview of University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research is a non profit consortium of member universities that grants doctoral degrees in the atmospheric and related sciences. The consortium manages the National Center for Atmospheric Research and the UCAR Office of Programs as well as fosters transfer of knowledge and technology. UCAR was founded in 1960 and is based in Boulder, Colorado.
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Founded in 1960
Key Executives for University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
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University Corporation for Atmospheric Research Key Developments
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research Appoints Emily Cobabe-Ammann as the New Director of the UCAR Community Programs
Apr 11 13
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research is announcing the appointment of Emily CoBabe-Ammann as the new director of the UCAR Community Programs. CoBabe-Ammann will serve as UCP's chief advocate and representative at its sponsoring agencies, including National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, NASA, and the National Science Foundation. CoBabe-Ammann will also lead and support the continuing development of UCP on behalf of UCAR's education and service mission. That mission includes working with outside agencies and other funding sources, including for-profit and non-profit organizations. In addition, CoBabe-Ammann will explore new opportunities and business models for UCP, focusing on big-picture issues and emerging trends where UCAR expertise could be especially valuable. CoBabe-Ammann spent the last three years running her own consultancy for science education development and management, where she has provided strategic support to such organizations as NASA, the Center for Science Education (University of California, Berkeley), the Lunar and Planetary Institute, and Southwest Research Institute.
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research Appoints Anthony Murphy as Director of Globe Program
Sep 24 12
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research announced the appointment of Anthony (Tony) Murphy as director of The Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) Program. Most recently, Murphy served as Executive Director of the National Center for STEM Elementary Education at St. Catherine University in St. Paul, Minnesota.
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