Todd D. Sikora

Department of Earth Sciences
Millersville University
P.O. Box 1002
Millersville, PA 17551
Phone:   (717) 871-7435
Email: Todd.Sikora@millersville.edu

Academic Employment History:

Department of Earth Sciences
Millersville University

         Professor with Tenure, 2011-

         Associate Professor with Tenure, 2010-2011

         Tenure-Track Associate Professor, 2008-2010

         Tenure-Track Assistant Professor, 2005-2008

Natural Science
University of Maryland University College

         Adjunct Associate Professor, 2002-2006

Department of Oceanography
United States Naval Academy

         Associate Professor with Tenure, 2003-2005

         Tenure-Track Assistant Professor, 1997-2003

         Adjunct Assistant Professor, 1996-1997

Ocean Remote Sensing Group
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

         Post-Doctoral Scholar, 1996-1997

Education:

B.S. (Meteorology), The Pennsylvania State University, 1990

M.S. (Meteorology), The Pennsylvania State University, 1992

Ph.D. (Meteorology), The Pennsylvania State University, 1996

Research Interests:

Select recent research topics follow, with funding agencies noted in parentheses:

         Student Experience in Airborne Research in the Mid- Atlantic Region (National Science Foundation)

         The Plains Elevated Convection at Night project (National Science Foundation)

         The Ontario Winter Lake-effect Systems project (National Science Foundation)

         Remote sensing of open cell convection (Millersville University)

         Spaceborne Ocean Intelligence Network (Canadian Space Agency)

I have also had the privilege of supervising several student research projects

Refereed Publication List

Teaching Interests:

Courses I've taught at MU:

         Advanced Weather Analysis and Forecasting Practicum

         Atmospheric Dynamics 1

         Mesoscale Meteorology

         Meteorology Laboratory

         Satellite Meteorology

         Synoptic Meteorology Lecture-Laboratory

         The Atmosphere

         The Atmosphere with Laboratory