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Dr. Chrissy Stover Wiederwohl
Chrissy Stover Wiederwohl
Phone:
(979) 845-7191
Fax:
(979) 845-6631
Email:
chrissyw@tamu.edu
Office:
Eller O&M 411A
Address:

3146 TAMU

College Station, TX 77843

Degrees:

Ph.D. Oceanography, Texas A&M University, 2012 

M.S. Oceanography, Texas A&M University, 2006

B.S. Marine Science, Coastal Carolina University, 2002

Awards:

Dean’s Distinguished Achievement Award for Faculty Teaching (College of Geosciences) - 2017

Courses:

OCNG 251 – Introduction to Oceanography (major section)

OCNG 465/656 – Matlab Programming for Ocean Sciences


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Chrissy Stover Wiederwohl

Instructional Associate Professor
Assistant Department Head for Engagement and Graduate Affairs

Research Interests

  • Currents and water mass structures of the Southern Ocean
  • Decadal variability of water masses
  • The Southern Ocean's role in climate change
  • STEM education and student retention

Selected Publications

Orsi, A.H. and Wiederwohl, C.L. (2009), A recount of Ross Sea waters. Journal of Deep Sea Research Part II56, 778-795.

Additional Information

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

Instructional Associate Professor, Oceanography, Texas A&M Univ., Sept. 2018-present

Instructional Assistant Professor, Oceanography, Texas A&M Univ., Oct. 2013-Aug. 2018

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Oceanography, Texas A&M Univ., Dec. 2012 – Oct. 2013

Graduate Research Assistant, Oceanography, Texas A&M Univ., Sept. 2004 – Dec. 2012

Graduate Teaching Assistant (5 semesters), Oceanography, Texas A&M Univ., Sept. 2003 – Dec. 2010

 

FUNDED GRANTS

2017: Wiederwohl, C.L. (P.I.), K. Shamberger (co-P.I.), and S. Yvon-Lewis (co-P.I.) Gulf Coast Stewards of Tomorrow: Working Towards a Sustainable Future Through At-Sea Learning for South Texas Middle and High School Students; Environmental Protection Agency-Gulf of Mexico Program Grant # 12461398

2016: Wiederwohl, C.L. (P.I.). Core curriculum technology enhancement grant for OCNG 252; Texas A&M University

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