As a lifetime student (not even kidding), I’ve had the opportunity to publish a few peer-reviewed, scientific journal articles on topics related to my degree areas (atmospheric science, physical and cultural geography, education…I know, I know, the graduate degrees have gotten out of hand).
While these aren’t exactly easy-reads, the topics are important and, at least in my opinion, interesting, so I’m posting them here in the hopes that some people outside of academia may read and possibly even enjoy them!
- Perryman Rayne, N. (2020). Do (Weather) Girls Just “Wanna Have Fun”?: A Survey of Broadcast Meteorologist Stereotypes and Experiences (Doctoral dissertation).
- Rayne, N. P. (2019). 2018: Year of the (Weather?) Woman—Discussion of email responses to Perryman and Theiss (2014). Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society.
- Perryman, N., & Theiss, S. (2014). “Weather Girls” on the Big Screen: Stereotypes, Sex Appeal, and Science. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 95(3), 347-356.
- Perryman, N., & Dixon, P. G. (2013). A radar analysis of urban snowfall modification in Minneapolis–St. Paul. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 52(7), 1632-1644.
Other Academic Websites
Click the image or link below to check out the final website project I developed for my Masters in Education Equity and Diversity.
It includes lots of great information on childcare programs by university + resources for student-parents (including community college parents!)
There’s even a map of university-offered childcare availability, costs, and contact info at top-STEM universities (see below)!
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