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Storm Conference

The Lyndon State College Student Chapter of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) and National Weather Association (NWA) is one of the largest and most active clubs on campus. Year after year, club members organize and participate in activities that benefit the College, the community, and the Atmospheric Sciences. Since being established in 1971, the club has been honored many times for these contributions.

The highest profile event sponsored by the club is the annual Northeastern Storm Conference. This is the largest and longest running student-run conference in the nation and draws over 300 students and professionals from around the country to share their knowledge and experience for the greater good of the science.

Previous banquet speakers include Louis Ucellini, Paul Kocin, Howard Bluestein, Jack Williams, Robert Sheets, Chuck Doswell, Jim Cantore, Josh Wurman, Greg Holland, and Roger Wakimoto.

A large number of alumni attend this event on an annual basis to reconnect with friends, colleagues, and the Department.  Prospective students considering Lyndon are also encouraged to attend the conference to learn more about our field. It is also a great opportunity to meet our students, faculty, and alumni.

For information about this year's event, please check the NESC home page.