My teaching method is very simple. My goal is for the student to develop critical thinking skills rather than memorize pieces of information. By allowing the student the think through the problem at hand or to grasp the information conceptually, the student will be able to retain the information and use the critical thinking skills in every facet of life.
I currently work for Delta Air Lines, and I have a bachelor's degree in Geography and Atmospheric Sciences with a physics minor and a master's degree in Atmospheric Sciences. I have a strong background in algebra, calculus, and physics. During college, I was a summer intern for NASA, and I taught online courses while I was attaining my master's degree. The online courses were mostly self-guided for the student to learn at his or her own pace, and I held office hours for one-on-one tutoring.
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Milwaukee, WI
Master of Science, Atmospheric Sciences May 2018
Overall GPA: 3.88/4.00 Teaching Assistantship Dhirenda Sikdar Memorial Scholarship Recipient
The University of Georgia Athens, GA
Bachelor of Science Geography, Atmospheric Sciences Certificate, Physics Minor Magna Cum Laude May 2016
Overall GPA: 3.85/4.00 Atmospheric Science GPA: 3.96/4.00 HOPE Scholarship Recipient, President’s List, Dean’s List
Capping Inversion Representation Milwaukee, WI
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Fall 2016 – Summer 2018
Implemented a fourth-order-accurate vertical advection scheme for WRF-ARW, compared to the default
third-order-accurate advection scheme which has implicit damping
Nevius, D.S. and C. Evans, 2018: The Influence of Vertical Advection Discretization in the WRF-ARW Model on
Capping Inversion Representation in Warm-Season, Thunderstorm-Supporting Environments. Wea. Forecasting, 33,
1639–1660, (concealed information) in press.
Evans, C., S.J. Weiss, I.L. Jirak, A.R. Dean, and D.S. Nevius, 2018: An Evaluation of Paired
Regional/Convection-Allowing Forecast Vertical Thermodynamic Profiles in Warm-Season,
Thunderstorm-Supporting Environments. Wea. Forecasting, 33, 1547–1566,
(concealed information) in press.
Participated in NSSL’s Hazardous Weather Testbed Spring Experiment
Clear Air Turbulence (CAT) & Wet-Bulb Temperature Approximation Athens, GA
The University of Georgia Fall 2014 – Spring 2016
Knox, J. A., A. W. Black, J. A. Rackley, E. N. Wilson, J. S. Grant, S. P. Phelps, D. Nevius, and C. Dunn, 2016:
Automated turbulence forecasting strategies. Aviation Turbulence: Processes, Measurement, Prediction, Robert
Sharman and Todd Lane, eds., Springer, in press.
Knox, J., D. Nevius, and P. Knox, 2017: Two Simple and Accurate Approximations for Wet-Bulb Temperature in
Moist Conditions, With Forecasting Applications. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc. doi:10.1175/BAMS-D-16-0246.1, in
Directed Research Project (PHYS 4960): Aerosols and the Bakken Oil Fields Region
Attended the AMS Aviation, Range, and Aerospace Meteorology Conference (January 2015, 2016)
HONORS & AWARDS
Dhirenda Sikdar Memorial Scholarship – given by the Univ. of Wi. - Milwaukee
Presidential Award of Excellence – given by the Univ. of Ga. President Jere Morehead
Best in Area: Atmospheric Science Award – given by the Univ. of Ga. Dept. of Geography
2016 Student of the Year Award – given by Metro Atlanta AMS NWA Chapter
UGA 2015 Geography Undergraduate Research Conference First Place Poster
UGA 2016 Geography Undergraduate Research Conference Second Place Oral Presentation
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