Previous Conferences

The Great Lakes Meteorology Conference is a broad student run conference featuring speakers from many aspects of the Meteorology field. The conference features speakers from many diverse meteorological rangers, including broadcasting, aviation, emergency management operations, the NWS, and tornado/severe weather. This conference also provides great networking opportunities not only with the speakers, but with other agencies that may attend. The conference is supported in part by the University Student Senate, typically held in the Ballrooms of the Harre Union. The conference is a one-day event, (doors open at 9am and conference concludes no later than 7pm), and your registration fee includes lunch and dinner. It is open to any student, faculty, industry representative, or meteorologically minded individual.


Here are images from the 17th GLMC (2019):

Breaking Boundaries and Building Leaders

Women in STEM with Keynote Speaker, Dr. Genene Fisher.



Breakout Sessions with (L to R): Dr. Teresa Bals-Elsholz, Dr. Adam Stepanek, and the Broadcast Panel


Poster Presentations