Dr. Jake P. Mulholland to join ATSC Faculty Fall 2022
Atmospheric Sciences is pleased to announce that Dr. Jake P. Mulholland will join our department as an Assistant Professor starting Fall 2022! Jake is currently a Research Faculty Associate in the Department of Meteorology at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA. Jake will be teaching the following courses: ATSC-220: “Extreme Weather and Climate” (Fall 2022), ATSC-530: “Numerical Weather Prediction” (Spring 2023), and ATSC-405: “Numerical Methods” (Fall 2023). Jake’s research includes leveraging observations and running numerical model simulations to better understand environmental influences on deep convective draft properties (width, entrainment, and intensity), along with how these environmental and draft property variations affect deep convective upscale growth. Jake’s interests outside of work include freight train photography/videography, storm chasing, sports, hiking, walks, family time, and hanging with friends. We are excited to have Jake join our dedicated team of professors in Atmospheric Sciences!