MU-AMS

Space Weather Academic Network

SWAN

 

Promoting Collegiate Space Weather Study

The Space Weather Academic Network (SWAN) is a collection of colleges and universities with academic programs in Space Weather. It provides a medium for multi-institute collaboration and cooperation, and promotes a diverse and growing field through education and engagement in the greater scientific community.

 
 

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 Students on a trip to witness the Great American Eclipse of 2017

Students on a trip to witness the Great American Eclipse of 2017

Millersville University of Pennsylvania

Millersville offers an academic minor in Heliophysics and Space Weather to complement a rigorous B.S. program in Meteorology. Students have also formed a subsection of the Millersville Student Chapter of the AMS called the Space Weather Group to supplement the study of space weather outside of the classroom. The group conducts high-altitude balloon launches, and journeyed to Tennessee to see the total solar eclipse of 2017.

Email: millersvillespaceweather@gmail.com

Facebook: @MUSpaceWx

 
 Lyndon State students network with Millersville students at the 2018 AMS Annual Meeting in Austin, TX

Lyndon State students network with Millersville students at the 2018 AMS Annual Meeting in Austin, TX

Lyndon State College

Lyndon State offers a B.S. degree in Atmospheric Sciences with an elective in Space Weather. 

 
 Homespun occultation yields a faint halo

Homespun occultation yields a faint halo

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Contact Tim Keebler and Dr. Richard Clark at spacewx@millersville.edu.