Meteorology and Atmospheric Science Endowments and Awards

Robert A. Case Memorial Scholarship

The meteorology community at Penn State was saddened by the news of Bob Case's passing in July 2008. Bob received his M.S. in Meteorology from Penn State in 1972 and served as the Meteorologist-in-Charge of the National Weather Service in State College from 1993-95. His family and friends have established an annual scholarship that will honor his memory and passion for the field of meteorology by providing financial assistance to third and fourth year students. For more information about Bob and information on how you can contribute to this memorial fund, please view the memorial announcement.

Undergraduate Research and Travel Fund in Meteorology

This endowment has been established by an anonymous donor for providing materials and other expenses relative to student research, or for travel and lodging expenses for temporary student assignments and attendance at professional conferences. The funds are intended for undergraduate students pursuing careers in operational meteorology.

W. John and Gail M. Hussey Commemorative Lectureship in Meteorology

Funds for this endowment have been provided by John and Gail Hussey to support lectures by outstanding scholars in meteorology with an emphasis on selecting experts in the field of Earth Remote Sensing. John received his M.S. degree ('68) in Meteorology from Penn State and is now an executive with the The Aerospace Corporation.

Warren M. and Mary C. Washington Scholarship in Meteorology

Funds for this endowment have been provided by Warren (Ph.D. in 1964) and Mary Washington to recognize and support outstanding undergraduate and graduate students in meteorology with an emphasis on students whose ethnic, cultural, or national background contribute to the diversity of the student body.

William and Mary Jane Brune Endowment in Meteorology

Funds for this endowment have been provided by William and Mary Jane Brune to support department-wide projects that will improve the overall atmosphere affecting work and study in the Department of Meterology. William Brune is Professor and Head of the Department of Meteorology at Penn State.

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