501 c3 Non-Profit

APRIL 2-4, 2024

NTWC STUDENT CONFERENCE

TUESDAY - APRIL 2, 2024

AMAZING CONNECTIONS

The nation's top tropical meteorology scientists, meteorologists, communicators and others provide educational experiences for students.

ONE - on - ONE Experiences

 

The conference builds in opportunities to have personal experiences connecting with scientists in small groups.  Establishing educational experiences like no other.

EXPOSURE TO SCIENCE

Science and communication professionals provide unique experiences highlighting tropical meteorology, enhancing knowledge beyond the classroom.

CONNECTING WITH SCIENTISTS
SCIENCE CONCEPTS

Examine the interrelationships between aquatic systems and climate and weather, including El Nino and La Nina, currents and hurricanes.

Describe how changing surface-ocean conditions, including El Nino-Southern Oscillation, affect global weather and climate patterns

Explore careers and collaboration among scientists in Earth and space sciences; and learn and understand the contributions of scientists to the historical development of Earth and space sciences

Explore recent global ocean temperature data to predict the consequences of changing ocean temperature on evaporation, sea level, algal growth, coral bleaching, hurricane intensity, and biodiversity

REGISTRATION

Registration includes

• Opportunities for one-on-one interaction with scientists

• Conference badge/seminars/discussions

• Lunch with scientists

• Photo opportunities for social posts

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