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List of WeatherFest Exhibitors

List of Exhibitors
WeatherFest As of Thursday, 26 May 2022


URL: http://AAPT.org
Booth Number(S): W400, W401, W402

AERA -- William Huskin

Booth Number(S): W103


American Meteorological Society
What Weather Where?
45 Beacon Street
E-mail: amsinfo@ametsoc.org
Booth Number(S): 415, W800

AMS Committee for Environmental Stewardship

Booth Number(S): W802

Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corporation

Booth Number(S): 207, W308

Carteret County Schools - Retired Facilty

Booth Number(S): W100

Catskill Regional Teacher Center

Booth Number(S): W303

Emergency Managers (WRN Scout Event)

Booth Number(S): W109

How the Weatherworks / The Learningworks Foundation, Inc.

URL: http://www.weatherworks.com
Booth Number(S): W104

Institute for Earth Observations

Booth Number(S): W301

LIGO Livingston LA Science Education Center

URL: http://ligo.caltech.edu/LA
Booth Number(S): W403

Lockheed Martin Corporation

Booth Number(S): 400, W809

LSU Ag Center

LSU AgCenter
Extension Associate
107 E. B. Doran, LSU

Contact: Shandy Heil
E-mail: sheil@agcenter.lsu.edu
URL: http://www.lsuagcenter.com/floodmaps
Booth Number(S): W302
Visitors to the LSU AgCenter's Youth Flood Challenge exhibit will experience the fun of children young and old doing their best to stop water from reaching their "home" - and finding out that elevation works best. Each child builds his own protection system in a paint tray; we provide the materials and test their construction with real water. Teachers and others who work with youth will be impressed with the simple yet effective design and the enthusiasm kid's show for the activity. Used last year for camps and special events; piloting in schools this spring.

Medford Memorial Middle School

URL: http://www.medford.k12.nj.us/Domain/23
Booth Number(S): W201


URL: http://www.nasa.gov
Booth Number(S): 701, W209
NASA Earth System Science conducts and sponsors research, collects new observations from space, develops technologies and extends science and technology education to learners of all ages. We work closely with our global partners in government, industry, and the public to enhance economic security, and environmental stewardship, benefiting society in many tangible ways. We conduct and sponsor research to answer fundamental science questions about the changes we see in climate, weather, and natural hazards, and deliver sound science that helps decision-makers make informed decisions. 

NASA Langley Research Center

URL: http://scool.larc.nasa.gov
Booth Number(S): W207

National Weather Musuem & Science Center

National Weather Center
Coordinator of External Relations
120 David L. Boren Blvd.
Suite 3630

Contact: Patrick Hyland
E-mail: pat.hyland@ou.edu
URL: http://myweathermuseum.com
Booth Number(S): W502

Weather affects everyone. The life-saving science and technology we use today has a rich history: the development of weather radar, the field experiments both on the ground and in the sky, the advanced forecasts and warnings that keep you and your family safe.

We are bringing it all together with the creation of the National Weather Museum and Science Center. Our primary goals are to preserve, educate, and connect.


The history of weather research comes alive through our immersive exhibits, one-of-a-kind artifacts and instruments, rare photographs and film, and the stories they tell. Our largest artifact, a completely restored T-28 storm-penetrating aircraft, will be on display. The exhibits will be ever-expanding as we collect and recover new artifacts. Not only will you find out how far the weather community has come, but where they are headed. Cutting-edge technology and future weather tools will be showcased as well.


We know inspiration is where education begins. The National Weather Museum and Science Center will connect our younger generation with the fascinating world of science and meteorology. Through hands-on activities and interactive displays, our vision is to make learning about weather and weather safety engaging and exciting.


This is your museum! We invite you to become involved in its creation. We are excited about taking the next steps towards creating of the National Weather Museum and Science Center. We hope you are excited too! We ask for your support so that the next generations to come will be inspired by the history and science of weather. We look forward to working with you.

National Weather Service, New Orleans

Booth Number(S): 636, W309

NOAA Center for Atmospheric Science (NCAS)

NOAA Center for Atmospheric Sciences
Outreach Coordinator
1840 7th Street, NW

Contact: Kadidia Thiero
E-mail: kadidia.thiero@howard.edu
URL: http://ncas.howard.edu
Booth Number(S): W306
NCAS is a Cooperative Science Center led by Howard University in collaboration with three other minority-serving institutions (MSIs):  Jackson State University, University of Texas at El Paso, University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez, and two majority institutions:  University of Maryland College Park, and State University of New York at Albany.  The Center has been funded by the NOAA Educational Partnership Program (EPP) since September 2001, and has formed a cooperative partnership with the NOAA National Weather Service (NWS).  These four minority-serving institutions possess the highest combined enrollment of minority undergraduate majors in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields.  The NCAS partnership is a unique balance of minority-serving and majority institutions located along the eastern seaboard, the southwest, the Gulf coast, and the United States (US) Caribbean.


The NCAS research and training activities support the central philosophy of “producing quality students for the nation’s technical workforce through high quality research training and education.”

NOAA National Weather Service/ Eastern Research Group

URL: http://www.weather.gov
Booth Number(S): W200

NOAA Satellite & Information Services (NESDIS)

URL: http://www,nesdis.noaa.gov
Booth Number(S): W406

Okemos High School/Okemos Public Schools

Booth Number(S): W300

Raytheon Company

Booth Number(S): 113, W607, W609


Booth Number(S): W107

Taylor & Francis

Contact: Kayla Daniel
E-mail: kayla.daniel@taylorandfrancis.com
URL: http://www.tandfonline.com
Booth Number(S): W101

For two centuries, Taylor & Francis has been fully committed to the publication of scholarly research. We publish a variety of books and journals relevant to weather and environmental and earth sciences. Be sure to stop by our booth to view our products and to pick up FREE sample copies of our journals!

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URL: http://www.weatherstem.com
Booth Number(S): W115, W214

WRN Scout Event Sign Out

Booth Number(S): W801