STATEMENT REGARDING COVID-19 VIRUS
The SeCAPS team and the Meteorology Program thank you for your interest in SeCAPS 2021. We regret to announce that SeCAPS will be postponed again for 2021, but we plan to resume this annual event in 2022. We considered a virtual conference. However, since the primary benefit for our undergraduate students is the opportunity to network with meteorology professional, we found a virtual platform to be unfavorable this year. Thank you for your constant support for our program!
Andrew Murray, SeCAPS Faculty Director
Samantha Michlowitz, SeCAPS 2021 Student Coordinator
Jenna Petracci, SeCAPS 2021 Student Coordinator
Southeastern Coastal & Atmospheric
Processes Symposium (SeCAPS)
A Symposium Presented by:
-The University of South Alabama Chapter of the American Meteorological Society
-The University of South Alabama Coastal Weather Research Center
-The University of South Alabama Department of Earth Sciences
-The University of South Alabama Student Government Association
What is SeCAPS?
The Southeastern Coastal and Atmospheric Processes Symposium is held annually during the spring semester. Topics include tropical and coastal meteorology, hurricane and severe weather safety and awareness, coastal processes, the role the media and governmental departments take in public notification of impending natural disasters, and current research being conducted. The relaxed nature of SeCAPS fosters interaction between students and earth science professionals in industry, government, broadcast media, and academia.
The symposium will be held April 18-19, 2020 (Saturday-Sunday) at the University of South Alabama's main campus (Mobile, AL), in the Student Center Ballroom. Guests also may have the opportunity to view the innovative Coastal Weather Research Center and advanced meteorological equipment used by the meteorology students and faculty on campus.
Thanks to the USA Student Government Association and the Coastal Weather Research
Center, there is no charge for attendees affiliated with the University of South Alabama.
There is a nominal $15 charge for non-USA attendees to help offset the continued rising
costs required to host the conference. If you have any questions or concerns, please
contact us at email@example.com.