Please send your dues ($20) in cash or by Venmo to our treasurer, Anthony, by September 20. Please fill out this Google form by September 20 to let us know about your interest in attending AMS or GLASS, regardless of whether or not you plan on attending. Send Ithacation ideas to by October 1.

Join us Thursdays at 5PM Eastern every week for Forecasting Night! Find out more here.

Internship Opportunity

Good morning, Exciting news: the National Weather Service at Binghamton, NY has posted a call for summer internship applicants! NWS BGM covers an area extending from Syracuse to Wilkes Barre, including Ithaca. They forecast weather that has included billion-dollar...

AMS Meeting Reminders!

Hi all! Thanks so much for your interest in attending this year’s American Meteorological Society conference. The conference will be held Jan 22nd-Jan 27th. We have two hotel rooms: one booked from Jan 21-Jan 28, the other booked from Jan 22-Jan 28. Each can fit...

Deadlines for Fall 2021

Good morning! Thanks so much to everyone who showed up to yesterday’s meeting. You can read a summary of the minutes in the email entitled “Meeting Summary” sent out on September 8, 2021. Some action items: By September 20th, please venmo our...

First CCAMS Meeting of Fall 2021

This is a reminder that our first CCAMS meeting will be held this evening (Tuesday, September 7, 2021) between 5-6 pm in the Snee map room (room 1134). Attendance is required for members of CCAMS. Meetings will likely be held twice a month on Tuesdays from 5-6...

First Forecasting Night of 2021

Check out Jack Sillin’s presentation on newly-named Tropical Storm Ida and the meteorology surrounding its current status and the forecast given at the first CCAMS forecasting night of 2021!   We are live for the first Forecast Night of the semester! Join...

The Cornell Chapter of the American Meteorological Society (CCAMS) is an academic, social, and outreach organization with the goal of fostering an appreciation of atmospheric science among both atmospheric students and the broader Cornell community alike.

CAMS holds monthly meetings to discuss/schedule club events such as forecasting activities, service opportunities,  and non-academic recreation. Many chapter members also help plan alumni weekend and organize groups to attend national meteorology conferences. Alumni weekend is held every spring and aims to form a closer relationships between current and former meteorology students at Cornell. In addition, CCAMS holds regular social events ranging from parties to dinners with faculty members in Collegetown. If you would like more information about CCAMS feel free to contact one of the current officers.

View our bylaws here.

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Executive Board

The CCAMS leadership is elected by CCAMS members annually. Our executive board is also joined by presidents emeritus Aidan Mahoney ’22 and Jack Sillin ’22.

Gabe Larouche


Ethan Greenberg

Vice President

Nicole Collins


Henning Schade


Chair Positions

Our executive board is accompanied by four chairpersons, selected by the e-board. Each chairperson works closely with the e-board to spearhead projects important to CCAMS:

  • Forecast Chair – Luke Langford
  • Outreach Chair – Alfredo Con
  • Professional Development Chair – Chloe Moyer
  • First-Year Chair – Erik Anderson