Get Involved - Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences - Purdue University
Purdue University Meteorological Association Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences

Get Involved

So how does one get involved in this club?

Attend one of our monthly events or contact us directly! We are always happy to see new members.

Our rough monthly schedule is listed below. To get up to date happenings, visit any of our social networking sites or do not hesitate to email us directly to inquire.


- Boilermaker Get Involved Fair

- College of Science Meet and Greet

- Fall call-out meeting


- Ice cream social with the Purdue University Geological Society

- Intramural sports


- Graduate school panel

- Register for AMS conference!

- Halloween Party


- Purdue University Dance Marathon

- Outreach at local middle schools

- WLFI Tour

- National Weather Service road show


- Ugly Sweater Christmas Party

- Spring calloutJanuary:

- AMS meeting!


- Ice skating social


- Boiler Blast

- Intramural sports

- Severe storm spotter training/general meeting


- Officer election

- Spring Fest

- Tom Skilling’s Severe Weather Seminar at FermiLab

- Relay for Life

- Young Alumni Panel


- Finals week party

Again, this is a rough look at what our schedule throughout the year looks like. We will generally have more events and trips as opportunities become available. For the most up-to-date information on events, check our Facebook page!

To be a full time member, one must be a full or part-time student enrolled at the Purdue University West Lafayette campus. All majors are accepted! The only trait we are looking for is a passion for weather. Members must pay dues which cover AMS and NWA chapter memberships as well as food for events and trips throughout the year.





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