Outreach

Communication to General Audiences

I have experience communicating to general audiences, including lectures, panels, blog posts, and interviews. I have also been quoted in news articles. Many of them, including links to videos or articles, are listed below.

At right is an interview with the Columbia Alumni Association, filmed while I was a postdoc at Columbia University/Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, about why I study atmospheric science, hurricanes, and climate.

Interviews
Everything's Changing
Heightened hurricanes and the future of extreme weather
Ask a Scientist Gaming
Dr. Wing, Meteorology, Tropical Cyclones, and Mario Kart 64
The Weather Channel
Weather Geeks podcast hosted by Dr. Marshall Shepherd
Popular Science
The Brilliant 10: The most innovative up-and-coming minds in science
SciLine/AAAS
Media Briefing: Hurricanes: Climate connections & community impacts
NOAA Climate Program Office
Women's History Month: A conversation with Dr. Allison Wing
WEAR-TV Pensacola
Warming climate may mean more rapidly intensifying storms along gulf coast
WTOP-FM
News Radio
The Climate Academy
Podcast on convective self-aggregation, hurricanes & climate
Video interview on hurricanes and climate change
WFSU Public Radio
FSU climate scientist named to Popular Science’s Brilliant 10
2022 Hurricane Season Begins
FSU News
FSU faculty available to comment for 2022 hurricane season
FSU experts provide insights for upcoming hurricane season
FSU EOAS
Meteorology professor attends an international field campaign
FSU College of Arts and Sciences
Faculty Spotlight
Spectrum Magazine: From sea to sky: Young researchers change the face of the Earth sciences
Social Media Spotlight on Transitioning to Remote Teaching and Research
Spectrum Magazine: Atmospheric Aptitude: Climate scientist and assistant professor Allison Wing is a force in the field of atmospheric science
Spectrum Magazine: Role Models: Junior Arts and Sciences faculty earn prestigious National Science Foundation awards to advance leadership, teaching in their fields
FSU Research Computing Center
Spotlight: Hurricane Simulations Help Facilitate Forecasts and Enhance Preparations
WCTV Tallahassee
FSU professor recognized as one of ‘10 most brilliant scientists’ in US
FSU Meteorology Professor Receives NASA Award
Hurricane Season 2020: New Reasons To Be Ready
FSU researcher seeks errors to improve hurricane predictions in climate models
The 'Polar Vortex': What is it, and is climate change making it worse?
FOX 46 Charlotte
Getting a boost: Hurricanes are becoming stronger and wetter with climate change
FSU Weather
Research Spotlight
Columbia Alumni Association
Why Atmospheric Science Matters
Quotes in News Articles
FSU News
"FSU researcher rooting out the errors in storm simulation models". 11 September 2018.
"FSU grad Ryan Smithies hunts hurricanes". 21 October 2019.
"FSU hurricane experts available to provide analysis throughout the season".4 May 2020.
"Greenhouse effect of clouds instrumental in origin of tropical storms". 26 October 2020.
"FSU researcher leads international project on how tropical clouds change with climate". 4 November 2020.
"FSU researchers confirm utility of theory in predicting tropical cyclone intensities". 19 February 2021.
"FSU experts available to comment on extreme weather, link to climate change". 19 February 2021.
"FSU experts available to comment for 2021 hurricane season". 20 April 2021.
"FSU researcher receives early career award from NASA". 10 May 2021.
"FSU climate scientist named to Popular Science’s Brilliant 10 list of groundbreaking early career researchers". 20 September 2021.
"FSU atmospheric scientist earns NOAA award to improve tropical forecast modeling". 12 October 2021.
"Record number of FSU faculty win prestigious NSF CAREER awards". 24 June 2022.
Florida Politics
"Property insurance and climate change and population growth, oh my: Florida hurricane seasons are getting worse". 2 May 2022.
The Marjorie
"Florida's Climate Crisis: Experts React To Dire United Nations Report". 30 September 2021.
The Times-Picayune
"In Louisiana - and New York - global warming partly to blame for Hurricane Ida's flooding". 2 September 2021.
CNN
"Louisiana hasn't yet recovered from two major hurricanes in 2020. Now another is taking aim". 28 August 2021.
"The climate crisis is supercharging rainfall in hurricanes, scientists report". 12 April 2022.
Sierra
"2020 Was a Record Year for Hurricanes". 10 December 2020.
The Washington Post
"2020 Atlantic hurricane season breaks all-time record while leaving Gulf Coast battered". 10 November 2020.
ClimaCell blog
"The 2020 Hurricane Season Breaks Record For Most Storms Ever" 2 November 2020.
WCTV
"Research: ’Cloud greenhouse effect’ can help tropical cyclones develop". 28 October 2020.
WCTV Trending. 22 Septembero 2020.
National Geographic
"Hurricane path forecasts have much improved. Are they as good as they can get?". 23 October 2020.
Tampa Bay Times
"Can hurricanes be prevented - with bubbles?". 7 September 2020.
Science Magazine
"Tales from the storm: how four scientists tracked Hurricane Laura". 28 August 2020.
Tallahassee Democrat
"Canceled Hurricane Hunters cause data blind spots for forecasters during Hurricane Dorian". 13 September 2019.
"Campus Notes: FSU climate scientist named to Popular Science's Brilliant 10 list". 27 September 2021.
"FSU professor discusses science while playing video games". 17 May 2022.
TCPalm.com/Treasure Coast Newspapers
"Why was Hurricane Dorian so hard to predict?". 6 September 2019.
The Verge
"Today is the last day of the record-smashing 2020 Atlantic hurricane season." 30 November 2020.
"Why Dorian stalled out over the Bahamas". 3 September 2019.
LDEO News
"Rooting out the errors in climate models to better predict hurricanes". 13 September 2018.
Earther
"Why the Atlantic Hurricane Season is Suddenly Heating Up". 4 September 2018.
Live Science
"Sorry Toby - Winter Storms Don't Have Names (Except on Cable News)". 21 March 2018.
Princeton University News
"Geophysicists and atmospheric scientists partner to track typhoons' seismic fooprints". 19 February 2018.
"The Now" E-Zine, Liberal Arts and Science Academy of Austin, TX
"Devastation on the Coasts". 6 December 2017.