Jacob Hale

Jacob Hale

Graduate Student

Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant

  jhale@tamu.edu

  Eller O&M 1015A

Research

I do work with lightning and aerosols. Specifically, my Master’s Thesis work will focus on using HLMA data to diagnose rapid intensification and weakening of tropical cyclones with lightning. I also am assisting  the TRACER-AQ Field Campaign as a Forcasting Intern.

Education

M.S. Atmospheric Science, Texas A&M University, 2020 - Present

B.S. Atmospheric Science, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, 2016 - 2020

Courses

Courses Taught

ATMO 202 Weather & Climate Laboratory (FL 20 & SP 21)

Additional Information

Advisor: Dr. Timothy Logan

Leadership positions

  • Member, AMS Student Conference Planning Committee (2021-Present)
  • First-Year Representative, Texas A&M Atmospheric Science Graduate Council (2020-2021)
  • President & Co-Founder of Corpus Christi American Meteorological Society (2017-2020)

 Affiliations

  • American Meteorological Society Member (2017-Present)
  • American Geophysical Union Member (2021-Present)

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