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Nicholas Grondin

Curriculum Vitae

Nicholas “Nick” serves as Co-Chair, American Meteorological Society Student Conference Planning Committee



Tropical and Hurricane Climatology, Applied Meteorology and Climatology, Extreme Weather Events

Courses Taught:

  • Laboratory Instructor: GEOG 334- Meteorology, Spring 2020
  • Laboratory Instructor: GEOG 131- Weather, Climate, and Climate Change, Fall 2019

Educational Background:

  • M.S. Geography, Louisiana State University
  • B.S. Meteorology, University of South Alabama


  • Black, A.W., J.M. Knox, J.A. Rackley, and N.S. Grondin, 2019: Tornado Debris from the 23 May 2017 “Tybee Tornado”. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 100, 217-222.
  • Grondin, N.S., and B.D. Keim, 2019: Spatial and Temporal Characteristics of Tropical Cyclone Strikes between San Diego, California and Las Peñitas, Nicaragua. International Journal of Climatology, In Review.


  • 2019 Univ. of Tennessee Graduate Fellowship

    2019 Alpha Tau Omega Foundation Graduate Scholarship

    2019 American Meteorological Society Travel Grant- Special Symposium on Tropical Cyclones and Extreme Monsoon Precipitation

    2018 Advanced Study Institute- Field Studies of Convection in Argentina Program

    2018 American Meteorological Society Travel Grant- 33rd Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology

    2017 American Meteorological Society Student Conference Poster Award

    2016 Univ. of South Alabama Outstanding Senior in Meteorology

    2016 Univ. of South Alabama Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship

    2015 American Meteorological Society Named Scholar

    2015 Dr. Bill Williams Endowed Scholarship in Meteorology

    2014 NOAA Ernest F. Hollings Scholarship

    2012 Univ. of South Alabama Whiddon Honors Scholar

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