Dr. Kerry Moyer has joined Edinboro University’s College of Science and Health Professions as associate dean. Dr. Moyer, who previously served as professor and chairperson of the Geosciences Department, will work with university and department leadership to oversee high-caliber science and health programs and ensure student success.
Dr. Moyer received his undergraduate and graduate degrees in meteorology from Penn State University. Following his graduate studies, he worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, where he collaborated with physical oceanographers on an intensive air-sea field experiment conducted in the North Atlantic.
Since joining the Edinboro faculty in 1997, he has developed and taught a number of introductory and upper-level meteorology and climatology courses such as exploring weather and climate, atmosphere and space science, meteorology and climate science.
Dr. Moyer has presented his research at numerous national and international conferences and published his work in professional journals such as the Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, Boundary –Layer Meteorology, Monthly Weather Review and the Journal of Climate.
Additionally, he remains active in the region by overseeing the campus weather monitoring site and volunteering as a SKYWARN spotter for the National Weather Service.