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

John Hussey and his wife Gail established the W. John and Gail M.  Hussey Commemorative Lectureship in Meteorology in 1997 in order to support lectures by outstanding scholars in meteorology. John received his M.S. degree from Penn State Meteorology in 1968 and is currently an executive with The Aerospace Corporation.

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