Join us for the 2018 Colorado Weatherfest!
Thanks to our "What's Brewing in Weather & Climate" speakers!
During the 2017-2018 school year, FORTCAST hosted several fascinating discussions at Tap and Handle as part of our "What's Brewing in Weather & Climate" series of talks. This year's speakers included Dr. Scott Denning, Dr. Karen Kosiba, Bob Henson, Col. Bill Darling, Dr. Julie Demuth, and Dr. Russ Schumacher. Thanks to all of this year's speakers, and "like" our page on Facebook to get updates on all of these events!
We were excited to have many people visit us for the inaugural Colorado Weatherfest!
We were very fortunate to host 2016 AMS President Fred Carr at our Fall Meeting. Check out some photos below!
Thanks to get everyone who came out for the inaugural Atmos Olympics! Team Fahrenheit came away with a hard-fought victory.
FORTCAST volunteered at this year's Little Shop of Physics Open House!
Check out photos from our most recent meeting, featuring AMS President Sandy MacDonald, and a relevant blog post by AMS Associate Executive Director & Senior Policy Fellow Dr. Bill Hooke!
Check out our December 2014 Newsletter!
FORTCAST took third place in the local chapter poster contest at the 2015 AMS Annual Meeting in Phoenix, AZ! Congratulations!
Check out an interesting article by Thomas Birner (our faculty advisor) in Physics Today!
FORTCAST has been featured in the Fall/Winter 2014 AMS Local Chapter Affairs newsletter!
Cans Around the Oval Results
Thanks to all of you whose contributions of non-perishable food and/or monetary donations helped make Cans Around the Oval 2014 a SUCCESS. The efforts of the Department of Atmospheric Science and CIRA raised 248 pounds of food and $565 for the Food Bank of Larimer County. This results in a total impact of 2,508 pounds! I believe we set a record in donations from ATS/CIRA and exceeded our expectations and goals. THANK YOU! Every contribution makes a difference for our neighbors, friends, and colleagues in need.
CSU, together with the Larimer County community, raised 47,470 lbs. of food and $46,743! This translates to a total impact of 186,974 lbs. of food collected. Congratulations on a job well done by everyone involved!