Ryan Wade Lecturer, Atmospheric and Earth Science Contact 301 Sparkman DriveSWIRLLRoom 120Huntsville, AL 35899 Campus Map firstname.lastname@example.org Biography Ryan Wade's Curriculum Vitae Education Doctor of Philosophy in Atmospheric Science. The University of Alabama in Huntsville Master of Science in Atmospheric Science. The University of Alabama in Huntsville. Graduation Date: August 2014 Bachelor of Science in Meteorology. Millersville University of Pennsylvania. Minor: Mathematics Graduation Date: May 2009 Honors & Awards South Alabama College of Arts & Sciences Excellence in Teaching Award (2009) Graduate Assistantship, Mississippi State University Member of the Year, East Mississippi Chapter of the American Meteorological Society/National Weather Association Officer (Secretary), Huntsville Chapter of the AMS & NWA President, East Mississippi Chapter of the American Meteorological Society/National Weather Association, 2001/2002 Affiliations American Meteorological Society National Weather Association Huntsville Chapter of the AMS/NWA University of Alabama in Huntsville AMS Chapter Association of American Geographers Southeastern Division (SEDAAG) Central Gulf Coast Chapter of the NWA University of South Alabama AMS Chapter Founder of the Southeast Severe Storms Symposium at Mississippi State University Advisor to the University of South Alabama Chapter of the American Meteorological Society Founder and advisor to the Southeastern Coastal and Atmospheric Processes Symposium Recent Publications Murphy T. A., R. Wade, and B. C. Carcione 2016: Observations and operational considerations of the 4 June 2013 radar chaff event in northern Alabama. J. Operational Meteor., 4 (3), 34-45, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.15191/nwajom.2016.0403. Knupp, K.R., et al, (including R. Wade) 2014: Meteorological Overview of the Devastating 27 April 2011 Tornado Outbreak. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 95, 1041-1062. Murphy T. A., R. A. Wade, T.A. Coleman, K.R. Knupp, 2014: Observations and analysis of wave-like reflectivity segments interacting with a quasi-linear convective system. Submitted - Monthly Weather Review. Blackwell, K.G., J. Holmes, R. Wade, and S. K. Kimball, (2006): Collapsing Precipitation Cores in Open-Eyewall Hurricanes at Landfall. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 87, 1310.