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Thursday, July 31 - UW-Madison Pyle Center - 702 Langdon
Friday, August 1 – AOSS Building – 1225 W. Dayton
TEACHER WORKSHOP - Thursday July 31st & Friday August 1st
At the heart of this conference is two days of professional development for middle and high school science teachers and Science on a Sphere (SOS) docents. This workshop will start at the Pyle Center Thursday morning and move to the Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences Building on Friday, with separate sessions for teachers and SOS docents Friday morning. Friday afternoon everyone will take a field trip to a near-by SOS at the Aldo Leopold Nature Center.
Madison is renown as the birthplace of satellite meteorology, if you're interested in this topic, this is the place to be this summer! Thursday afternoon and evening the event will expand to include UW researchers, students and professional meteorologists with a keynote presentation by the Director of the National Weather Service.
SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM - Thursday afternoon & evening (agenda)
A satellite symposium featuring cutting-edge tools and topics will take place at the UW Pyle Center Thursday afternoon with keynote speaker Dr. Louis Uccellini, Director, NOAA's National Weather Service, including a poster reception and celebratory banquet at the University Club with a second keynote presentation by Dr. Hank Revercomb, Director, Space Science and Engineering Center.
The evening banquet will take place at
the prestigious yet intimate University Club
starting with a cash bar social hour.