Tim Garrett
  • Professor, Atmospheric Sciences
  • Director Scientific Panel, Geneva Global Initiative
  • Chief Scientific Advisor, Particle Flux Analytics Inc.

Professional Service

  • European Geophysical Union. Role: Editor. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 01/01/2007 - present
  • American Meteorological Society. Role: Associate Editor. Journal of Atmospheric Sciences. 01/01/2003 - 01/01/2011
  • Nature, Science, AMS, AGU, EGU, Blackwell and IEEE journals. Journal article peer reviewer. 01/2002 - 01/2011
  • NASA, NSF, DOE and NOAA. Proposal Reviewer. 01/2002 - present
  • NASA. Panel Review for CloudSat/Calipso. 07/2010 - 07/2010
  • Utah State University . Role: Panelist. Focussing Cache: The Science of Climate. 01/2008 - 01/2008
  • Governor of Utah's Blue Ribbon Advisory Committee on Climate Change. Role: Co-author. "Climate and Utah: The Scientific Consensus". 09/2007 - 09/2007
  • DOE. Role: Reviewer. Panel Review for the SBIR program. 10/15/2015 - present
  • NASA. Panel Reviewer . 08/10/2014 - present
  • DOE. Panel Review. 06/2012 - 06/2012

Honors & Awards

  • New Investigator Award. NASA, 09/2005
  • Huber Fellow. Princeton University, 09/2000

Internal Service

  • Graduate Council. 09/01/2014 - 10/01/2016. University service.
  • Personnel and Elections Committee. 09/01/2010 - 05/02/2014. University service.
  • Academic Senate. Senator, 09/01/2010 - 05/01/2013. University service.

Community Partnership

  • Alta Historical Society: Fireside Chat Inside the Greatest Snow on Earth. 02/10/2011 - 02/10/2013

Affiliations

  • American Geophysical Union (AGU), Member, 01/01/1998 - present

Outreach

  • The Geneva Global Initiative. Director of Scientific Partnerships for an international organization dedicated to educating about risks for civilization collapse and developing mechanisms for mitigating negative outcomes. 09/2018 - present
  • The FAN Initiative, an academic partnership based out of Crans, Switzerland with the goal to understand and address future civilization collapse: "Though supporting analysis, contingency planning and preparedness, we advance work that increases societal capacity to mitigate the worst consequences and enhances our ability to respond with sagacity.". 02/01/2017 - present
  • Wild weather exhibit with Science North and the Fernbank Museum of Atlanta showing snowflake images in various degrees of riming. 12/2016 - 03/2017
  • The physics of long-run global economic growth, a series of web-pages dedicated to a lay-level discussion of the thermodynamic forces behind economic innovation and growth, and the relationship to carbon dioxide emissions http://www.inscc.utah.edu/~tgarrett/Economics/Economics.html. 02/2015 - present
  • I developed a series of lesson plans for Grades 4 and 5 that introduced students to the microphysics of the formation of snow. These lesson plans have been successfully implemented at schools in Salt Lake City and Bountiful. 02/2013 - present
  • Snowflake Showcase: http://www.alta.com/pages/snowflakeshowcase.php. 02/01/2010 - 02/01/2015

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