Please join the NOAA Center for Atmospheric Sciences and the Howard University (HU) Program in Atmospheric Sciences in congratulating our newest graduate, Dr. Tatiana Gonzalez!

Ms. Tatiana Gonzalez successfully defended her dissertation, titled: “The Impact of Nighttime Meteorology on Regional Air Quality” on Friday, October 14, 2016!

Members of Dr. Gonzalez’s Dissertation Committee include the following:

Dr. William “Bill” Stockwell – Dissertation Advisor, HU – Department of Chemistry
Dr. Vernon Morris – HU Department of Chemistry, Principal Investigator, NCAS
Dr. Belay Demoz – University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Department of Physics, Director, JCET
Dr. Gregory Jenkins – HU Department of Physics
Dr. Micheal Hicks, NOAA Sterling Field Support Center, NOAA External Advisor

Tatiana Gonzalez, PhD is currently working for NOAA’s National Weather Service as a Physical Scientist.