Meteorology faculty contribute their teaching and research expertise to provide students a comprehensive, broad-based science education. The faculty furnishes students the tools and skills to apply an interdisciplinary approach theory and applications in Meteorology and Broadcast Meteorology. Students gain an appreciation of the need for cooperative efforts across science disciplines and the need to integrate their knowledge to study and understand the complex nature of Earth's atmosphere.

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Gerald J. Mulvey

Associate Professor, Department Chair

Education

Ph.D. in Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University
M.S. in Atmospheric Science, State University of New York at Albany
B.S. in Physics, York College

Certifications

American Meteorological Society Certified Consulting Meteorologist

Contact

Phone: (210) 805-3099
E-mail: mulvey@uiwtx.edu

Research Interests

Dr. Mulvey's research interests are in applied cloud and precipitation physics, applied climatology, weather forecasting and historical weather reconstruction. His current interests are rain erosion of adobe brick and soils, precipitation and stream flow measurement and aviation meteorology.


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Timothy Springer

Lecturer

Education

M.S. in Atmospheric Science, University of California, Los Angeles
B.S. in Aeronautics, Miami University, Oxford Ohio

Contact

E-mail: tspringe@uiwtx.edu


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Kristina DeLeon

Kristina De Leon is the morning reporter on News 4 San Antonio Today. A true South Texas native, Kristina De Leon was born in San Antonio. After graduating from MacArthur High School, she earned a Masters degree in Communication and double majored in Psychology and Sociology from the University Of The Incarnate Word. Kristina spent nearly five years as the morning show anchor/reporter for KIII-TV in Corpus Christi, Texas. During that period, she stood on the front lines of three major hurricanes. Before moving back home to San Antonio, Kristina spent a year in the Valley at KGBT-TV as a reporter, producer, and anchor.