Teaching Lecturer, Geography and Meteorology
BS, MS, Plymouth State University
About Professor Fusco
Toby Fusco has been teaching at Plymouth State University since 2008 for the Meteorology and Geography departments. Originally from Portland, Maine, Toby is happy to call himself a native New Englander. The region’s unique weather and diverse landscape frequently are incorporated into the weather, geography and environmental courses he teaches at PSU.
Toby is currently pursuing his doctoral degree at Boston University in Boston. His research interests include physical climatology, micrometeorology and ecology. At Boston University, Toby splits his time as a research assistant and lecturer teaching a weather and climate course (GE 101) for the Earth & Environment department.
Toby is a member of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) and the Association of American Geographers (AAG). He is also an avid New England sports fan. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his friends and family and spending time outdoors camping and hiking.
Fusco, A.R. 2008. New England Winter Severity Indices, Masters Thesis, Plymouth State University, 212p.
Weather (MTDI 1100)
Weather and Climate (MTDI 1200)
Severe and Hazardous Weather (MTDI 1500)
Environmental Geography (GEDI 1200)
Physical Geography (GE 2001)
Special Topics: New England Geography (GE 4110)
Special Topics: U.S. Geography (GE 4150)