Ohio University’s Fifth Annual Meteorological Symposium is Saturday, March 29, from noon to 5 p.m. at Walter 235.
The symposium is free and open to the general public and the Ohio University community. If attending, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The symposium provides a learning opportunity for students, professionals, and the general public to expand their knowledge of meteorology while also providing helpful insight to students entering or currently enrolled in a college meteorology program for future job opportunities and guidance.
Presentations will be given by:
- Ariel Cohen, Storm Prediction Center, Norman, OK: Severe Weather Forecasting and the Moore and El Reno, May 2013 Oklahoma Tornado Disasters
- Kim Klockow, AMS/UCAR Congressional Science Fellow, Washington D.C.
- Erik Pindrock, AccuWeather, State College, PA: A Synopsis of Super Typhoon Haiyan and Using Social Media as an Effective Form of Communication.
- Tony Adduci, FEMA Region V GIS Coordinator, Chicago
- Paul Gehred, National Weather Service, Alaska: Weather on Fire
- Mike Mogil, How the Weatherworks, Naples, FL
- Bill Kelly, WSYX Channel 6, Columbus: 9-Hours of Live Severe Weather Coverage – June 12, 2013
- Representative from the National Weather Service, Charleston, WV
Learn more about the Ohio University student chapter of the American Meteorological Society in the Department of Geography.