Steve Vavrus is a Senior Scientist in the Nelson Institute Center for Climatic Research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He uses computer climate models and observational data to understand how climate is changing across the Earth, including the Arctic and its remote impacts. Extreme weather events are an important theme of his research, particularly how they might be affected by climate change. Steve is co-director of the Wisconsin Initiative on Climate Change Impacts (WICCI) and has been a long-time member of its Climate Working Group. He is also Coordinator of the Yahara Watershed Academy, an educational and leadership training program that promotes actionable sustainability in the Madison area.
Mentor Panels These panels are held at major international conferences and are coordinated by APECS members. Participation involves a 2-3 hour commitment on the day of the panel meeting.
One-on-One Mentoring Email correspondence with APECS members regarding career advice (including alternative careers in polar/cryospheric issues), research skills, data management and occasional research-specific discussions/questions.
Participation in live online discussions This will be advertised to all APECS members and will be facilitated by an APECS Council or Executive Committee Member. Transcripts will be posted online for future reference.
American Geophysical Union
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