Noah Newman

Research Coordinator

Atmospheric Science

Fields of Expertise

Atmospheric Science, Climate Science, Education and Outreach, Science Communication

Areas of Interest

Citizen science


Noah Newman is a Research Coordinator for the Colorado Climate Center and the Education and Outreach Coordinator for the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow network ( A third-generation native of Colorado, Noah loves water no matter where it is. In the winter, he has been a skier since he was 5, and in the summertime, he was a white-water rafting guide during his college years. Noah received his Bachelors Degree from Colorado State University in 1997 and began his career teaching informal science education in 2002. With experience teaching science - from astronomy to zoology with magnets and rocketry in-between - he currently enjoys teaching how to accurately measure precipitation to people of all ages and backgrounds. Noah has led professional development training sessions for teachers and class presentations for K-12 students since 2005. Noah has been interviewed multiple times on live TV and twice presented on-stage to 15,000 students at Coors Field’s annual Weather and Science Day. He continues to lead presentations, classes and webinars across Colorado and the nation.