Students in the Atmospheric Sciences Graduate Program study dynamic meteorology, atmospheric physics, mesoscale modeling, fire weather and climate, atmospheric chemistry and instrument development.
Students interested in Atmospheric Physics can participate in this program through the Physics Department at the University of Nevada, Reno.
The DRI Graduate Student Association (GRAD) is a group of graduate students who are advised by researchers here at DRI. Our mission is to enrich the graduate student experience and to represent, support, and promote graduate student interests and values at DRI. GRAD is a student-run organization which serves to coordinate the function and activities for graduate students from both the University of Nevada, Reno, and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas while working at DRI.
Western Regional Climate Center
Climate Information and Data Services
Providing jointly developed products, services and capabilities that enhance the delivery of public climate info.
Diversity at DRI
An Inclusive Mission of Research Excellence
Offering a supportive and diverse environment for our students, faculty/staff and visitors.
Renewable Energy at DRI
Discovering New Energy Production Methods
Expanding renewable energy research throughout Nevada and around the U.S.
DRI Nevada Medal Event
2015 Medalist - Dr. Christopher McKay
Proudly honoring outstanding achievement in science and engineering with gala events in Reno and Las Vegas.
Nevada Center of Excellence
Supporting Nevada's Economic Development
Combining NSHE water expertise and IBM’s advanced technologies to grow tomorrow's workforce.