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Meteorology Club Speaker
Start Date: 3/6/2014Start Time: 11:00 AM
End Date: 3/6/2014End Time: 12:00 PM

Event Description:
The Cal U Meteorology Club kicks off the spring semester Colloquia Series at 11 a.m. Thursday, March 6, in Eberly Hall, Room 120.

Charles “Chuck” Doswell, will be discuss “Becoming an Atmospheric Scientist.” Doswell studies mesoscale meteorology at the University of Oklahoma. He has worked as a meteorologist for the government for more than 30 years.

He is a certified consulting meteorologist and operates C. Doswell Enterprises Inc., which provides clients with outdoor images and consulting services. Doswell has authored many publications on mesoscale systems (sea breezes, lake effect snowstorms, etc.) and a variety of other topics. He is also an avid storm chaser.

The presentation is free and open to the public and Cal U community.

For more information contact the Colloquia Series chair, Robert McGinnis, at MCG0108@calu.edu.
Location Information:
Main Campus  (View Map)
250 University Ave.
California, PA 15419
Washington

Main Campus - Eberly Hall  (View Map)
200 University Avenue
California, PA

Main Campus - Eberly Hall  (View Map)
200 University Avenue
California, PA
Room: Eberly Computer Lab 120
photo of Charles Doswell

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