Matt Sitkowski at the Whys and Wows event in Appleton in October presenting the aircraft that fly into hurricanes.
Mark Wehrenberg and Kathryn Mozer also demonstrating a convection experiment to Lindbergh Elementary students.
Andrew Winters showcasing weather in a rotating tank experiment at the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service and Science at the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery.
The GSA has many students dedicated to promoting atmospheric and oceanic science to young minds! We have been to several schools over the past year and actively participate in the UW-Alumni Association's Whys and Wows events.
If you would like some graduate students to present at your school, please contact the Outreach Committee Head: TBD.
Steve Plachinski assisting Katie Holman as she demonstrates a convection experiment at Northside Intermediate School.
Lee Welhouse discussing and modeling cold weather gear used in trips to Antarctica at the Whys and Wows event in Appleton.
Alexandra Karambelas demonstrating the cloud in a jar experiment at the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service and Science at the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery for 6th to 12th grade youth in Dane County.