Hello marge408 and thank you for your question.
Bruce Schwoegler is alive and well and will be hosting ?I Should Have
Danced All Night!? by the Civic Symphony Orchestra of Boston, at the
Royal Sonesta Hotel, Cambridge MA, next Friday (February 11th 2005)
He is founder, Chairman and Chief Technology Officer of MySky
Communications, Inc. He has also performed several times with the
Boston POPS Orchestra, and the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra. He is
also an investigator with the RIMES project, an international
scientific group researching environmental impacts of the Soufriere
Hills Volcano on the Caribbean island of Montserrat and nearby
And he has board affiliationswith Artworks Educational Foundation,
Waterville Valley Foundation, Massachusetts Melanoma Foundation,
Charles River Conservancy, Skyways Communications.
See below for details.
Founder, Chairman and Chief Technology Officer of MySky
Communications, Inc., Bruce was the top rated Chief Meteorologist and
science reporter for NBC and CBS Television and is the longest tenured
TV anchor in Boston broadcasting history. He won New England?s first
Emmy Award for Outstanding Meteorologist and is the recipient of
numerous honors including the prestigious Ohio State Award for a prime
time special on the Greenhouse Effect. The AMS, American
Meteorological Society, cited him with their 1994 National Outstanding
Broadcast Meteorologist Service Award.
Prior to broadcasting, Schwoegler was a U.S. Naval Lieutenant working
in meteorology and oceanography in Alaska, the North Pacific, Florida
and the Caribbean. His tropical duties included storm modification
research with the ?Hurricane Hunters?. He holds a BS degree with a
double major in meteorology and naval science from the University of
Wisconsin-Madison and participated in Badger football.
McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, published Weather and
Energy, Schwoegler?s first book. It received accolades for excellence
in energy education. He has also written extensively for the print
media. Three years as an environmental columnist at United Press
International were followed by a decade at a similar post for The
Associated Press. His syndicated cartoon/column, ?Weatherwise and
Otherwhys? has been printed throughout the world.
At Boston University, Professor Schwoegler assisted in the creation of
school science curricula. He has also served on the AMS Board of
School and Popular Meteorological and Oceanographic Education.
Boston?s Museum of Science nominated him to a six-year term on their
Board of Overseers. Bruce has presented numerous environmental
programs there, at Harvard University and at regional elementary and
secondary schools. He created and presented Boston?s first inner-city
youth science summer series.
He has also performed several times with the Boston POPS Orchestra,
and the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra. Other noteworthy appearances
include NBC?s Today Show and CNN Network News.
Schwoegler has been a consultant to the National Geographic Society,
Weather Services Corporation, Thermo Electron Corp. and Weather
Services International. Bruce has also collaborated with various
environmental groups due to his long-term familiarity with major
issues. His reports on acid rain marked the nation?s first broadcast
coverage of that dilemma. He is also an investigator with the RIMES
project, an international scientific group researching environmental
impacts of the Soufriere Hills Volcano on the Caribbean island of
Montserrat and nearby environs.
Board affiliations: Artworks Educational Foundation, Waterville Valley
Foundation, Massachusetts Melanoma Foundation, Charles River
Conservancy, Skyways Communications.
"Friday, February 11, 2005 at 7:30PM Art Deco Ballroom, Royal Sonesta
?I Should Have Danced All Night!?
Bruce Schwoegler, host
Nancy Hoffman Gerber, soprano"
"Looking Back at Thermal Solutions 2004: Another Successful Event
Friday, February 20, 2004"
"Meteorologist Bruce Schwoegler?s presentation, ?Weatherwise and
Otherwhys,? brought an overwhelmingly enthusiastic response from
attendees with its fresh perspective on thermal influences in
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