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NWS Climate Services Seminar Series
Molly Woloszyn
Molly Woloszyn is the Extension Climate Specialist for Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant and the Midwestern Regional Climate Center, which are both a part of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. As the extension climate specialist for both programs, Molly is responsible for communicating climate-related information to various audiences throughout the Midwest. Molly\’s current work includes assisting local governments adapt to weather extremes and climate change, providing expertise on historical trends and potential local impacts of climate change, and working on the MRCC\’s Vegetation Impact Program (VIP). Molly\’s educational background includes a Master\’s Degree in Atmospheric Science from Colorado State University and a Bachelor\’s Degree in Meteorology from Northern Illinois University.
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