John Knox, an assistant professor in the department of geography, received the T. Theodore Fujita Research Achievement Award from the National Weather Association. The award was presented to Knox at the NWA annual meeting in Tucson, Ariz., on Oct. 6.
The NWA is one of the two main professional organizations for meteorology in the U.S. This award is presented to a NWA member whose research has made a significant contribution to operational meteorology. Knox was honored for his clear-air turbulence forecasting research.