Trevor J Adams

Assistant Professor of the Practice, College of Arts & Sciences
Department of Mathematics, Science and Technology
College of Arts & Sciences
Trevor J Adams

  • Ed.D. - Doctor of Education in Educational Research, University of Calgary
  • M.S. - Master of Science in Geoscience, Mississippi State University
  • M.A. - Master of Arts in Science Education: Physics, Western Governors University
  • B. - Bachelor in Journalism, University of King's College
  • B. - Bachelor in Education, University of New Brunswick

  • Information Technology Solutions - Saint Mary's University

  • WEAX 261: Applied Climatology
  • PHYS 224: Astronomy
  • WEAX 301: Aviation Weather
  • WEAX 211: Meteorological Hazards
  • WEAX 201: Meteorology I


Dr. Adams has been working as an educator and administrator for the past 20 years, primarily in Higher Education. His specialty has been teaching in the Geosciences. Trevor earned his doctoral degree in Higher Education Leadership from the University of Calgary and his Master of Geosciences from Mississippi State in addition to several undergraduate degrees. He has taught Meteorology and related geoscience courses at a variety of institutions and has worked as a Program Director in Continuing Education.  He is also a certified high school teacher, who most recently taught Earth-Space science. In addition to teaching, Trevor has also worked for the past 18 years as a television meteorologist and works in Florida on a fill-in basis for a large national media company. As a member of the American Meteorological Society he has earned the coveted Television Seal of Approval. Beside his professional roles, Trevor enjoys volunteering his time as a mentor and helping others. He also has an interest in aviation. Both Trevor and his family are proud to be joining the Embry-Riddle team!