OSWEGO, NY – SUNY Oswego meteorology students Jake Mulholland and Jordan Rabinowitz presented a program update at a recent Oswego Rotary meeting.
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Students in the meteorology department visited the club last fall presenting a program on the SUNY program and their plans to be storm chasers and researchers during the winter months tracking lake effect snow in Central New York.
Mulholland and Rabinowitz discussed the statistics found and showed charts and photos of the equipment used locally to study lake effect snow in the area.
Both students will graduate in May and pursue graduate education before seeking employment.