Oswego State Chapter of the American Meteorological Society


Elizabeth Tirone ('19)
President
etirone@oswego.edu

The President is responsible for the general operations of the club, as well as the club's well-being.

My name is Lizzie and I am currently a senior meteorology major from Buffalo, NY. I have loved the weather since I was little and that has led me to study the weather in school. I am passionate about severe thunderstorms, and especially tornadoes, and intend to pursue a career in research meteorology after graduating from SUNY Oswego. My hobbies outside of meteorology include hiking, cooking, and photography. If you ever need anything, feel free to stop me or email me at etirone@oswego.edu!


Bruno Rojas ('20)
Vice President
brojas@oswego.edu

The Vice President works with the President for selected tasks, and assumes full leadership in the absence of the President.

Originally from Miami, FL, I grew up without snow and wanted to study weather somewhere cold and snowy, Oswego fit the bill perfectly and I love it here! I still love tropical meteorology, studying hurricanes, and forecasting for tropical cyclones. Some of my hobbies include investing in the stock market, psychology, hiking, snowboarding in the Tug Hill, and going storm chasing with my friends.


Robert Bianco ('19)
Treasurer
rbianco@oswego.edu

The Treasurer handles all of the club's finances, from collecting money from members for trips to submitting purchase orders for club activities.

Bobby is a Senior Meteorology major who loves the weather and anything to do with it. He has a passion for baseball and has a dream to make it big, but he also wants to pursue being a broadcast meteorologist. Aside from this, he is a member of the bowling club and Oswego’s own LESPaRC (Lake Effect Storm Prediction and Research Center). If you have any questions do not be afraid to go and speak to him!


Lauren Vocke ('20)
Secretary
lvocke@oswego.edu

The Secretary is in charge of recording the subject matter at the meetings, sending the notes to the AMS and club members, as well as keeping track of attendance and the club meetings.

I’m a junior meteorology major from Long Island and I have had had a love of weather since I was five. I love all sorts of weather including winter weather, severe weather, and hurricanes. Aside from meteorology, I also enjoy photography, astronomy, and horseback riding.


Liam Healy ('20)
Public Relations
lhealy@oswego.edu

Liam is serving as the club's Public Relations officer. In charge of the social media accounts, he helps to organize and advertise all club activities. Any storm pictures you want shared can be sent to him at lhealy@oswego.edu.

In his free time, Liam pursues him interests in Broadcast Meteorology, storm chasing, and drone piloting. Stop him at any time if you want to talk about any of these fields.


Christine Gregory ('20)
Community Outreach
cgregor3@oswego.edu

The Community Outreach officer aids the Public Relations officer with selected tasks, as well as seeks out community service and publicizing certain club activities.

Christine is a meteorology major who loves all things weather related and wishes to pursue a career in broadcast meteorology. Besides being a meteorology club officer, she is involved in the tennis club, bowling club, and is a Storm Team 10 Meteorologist for WTOP10-TV Nightly News.


Casey Stone ('20)
Webmaster
cstone2@oswego.edu

The Webmaster is in charge of the site design as well as updating content, such as upcoming meetings and events. Additionally, the Webmaster updates the club's Google Calendar with all of the club events.

My name is Casey Stone and I am a junior Applied Mathematics major. Aside from math, I love everything photography. Oswego is the perfect place to photograph the weather, ranging from waterspouts to lightning to the famous Oswego sunsets! In addition to being the Webmaster, I tutor mathematics here on campus through the OLS Tutoring Center. Currently I am working on fixing the Photo Gallery on our website. If you have any pictures you would like me to put up on our website, email them to me at cstone2@oswego.edu..


Emma Flower ('19)
Reservations Coordinator
eflower@oswego.edu

The main role of the Reservation Coordinator is to reserve rooms for the club. The Reservation Coordinator will reserve rooms for presentations for a conference or reserve hotel rooms for when the club goes on a trip.

I’m from a small town in Western New York. Since I was little, I have always been fascinated by weather from lake-effect snow to thunderstorms. This summer I went storm chasing in the Mid-West. I had a lot fun and saw incredible things, including a tornado, which was something I always wanted to do since I was little! Other than meteorology, I love to watch hockey and go to Lakers games and also watch football.