Great Lakes Meteorology Conference (GLMC)

The Great Lakes Meteorology Conference (GLMC) is an annual student-run conference featuring speakers from the atmospheric sciences/meteorology field. The first GLMC was organized by Steve Jackman, former president of our student chapter. The inspiration for this conference came from the Annual Northeastern Storm Conference, which is currently ran by the Northern Vermont University – Lyndon Chapter of the AMS/NWA. Speakers come from diverse backgrounds, including broadcasting, aviation, emergency management operations, military, academia, and many more! GLMC provides great networking opportunities for students, as they may connect with speakers and the entities they represent.

GLMC is typically held in the Ballrooms of Valparaiso University’s Harre Union during the spring semester. The conference is a one-day event (9am-7pm), and your registration fee includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It is open to any student, faculty, industry representative, or meteorologically minded individual. Additionally, the Valparaiso University Storm Intercept Team (VUSIT) hosts a case study for all conference attendees!

Navigate to the Previous Conferences tab to see previous GLMCs!

For more information on GLMC, please contact the Northwest Indiana Student Chapter president/vice president for your specific year. Names and contact information may be found in the Officers tab!

The next GLMC will take place on April 6th, 2024 in the Harre Union Ballrooms. Check back for more information closer to the event!