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