Graduate Student Research Assistant, Michigan State University
William holds a master’s degree in Climate Assessment and Impacts and a bachelor’s degree in Meteorology-Climatology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Prior to coming to GLISA, William worked as a service climatologist with the High Plains Regional Climate Center (HPRCC) in Lincoln, Nebraska on data collection, quality control, and analysis of large climatic datasets. In addition to this he also actively engaged with stakeholders throughout the High Plains and Missouri River Basin. His graduate work focused on analysis of long-term observational wind datasets in the Arctic, with a particular focus on mesoscale circulations.