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The Department of Meteorology and Atmospheric Science has organized an alumni society, the first such "affiliated program group" in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences (EMS). The group, called MAPS (for Meteorology Alumni of Penn State), was officially approved by GEMS (the EMS alumni society, to which MAPS must report) and is now over 840 members strong. Membership in MAPS is FREE and will help to ensure that you receive current news from the department. In addition to MAPS, the department has also formed a subgroup for alumni working or interested in the field of weather risk management (MAPS Weather Risk Alumni Society).
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