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AMS announces undergraduate awards and scholarships

AMS announces undergraduate awards and scholarships Mea n Meteorological Society announces The Father James B. Macelwane Annual Awards for original papers on meteorology, The Howard T. Orville Scholarship in Meteorology, and The Howard H. Hanks, Jr., Scholarship in Meteorology Undergraduate The Father James B. Macelwane Annual Awards were established by the American Mete- awards orological Society to honor the late Rev. James B. Macelwane, S. J., a world renowned authority on seismology, who was a geophysicist and Dean of the Institute of Technology, Saint Louis University, until his death in 1956. Award stipends are supported by Weathe r Corporation of America, private meteorological consultants, Saint Louis, Mo. Th e author of the paper awarded first place by the committee of judges receives a stipend of $200, and the author of the second place paper receives $100. Th e purpose of these awards is to stimulate interest in meteorology among college stu- dents through the encouragement of original student papers concerned with some phase of the atmospheric sciences. All registered undergraduates of a college or university in the Americas are eligible to participate. The only restrictions are that the participating student must be enrolled as an undergraduate at the time the paper is written, and no more than two students from any one institution may enter papers in any one contest. T o consider papers for the Macelwane Awards, the committee of judges must receive 1) the paper with a letter of application from the author, and 2) a letter from the de- partmen t head or other faculty member of the major department, confirming that the autho r was an undergraduate student at the time the paper was written. Th e above information must be received at the headquarters of the American Mete- orological Society, 45 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 02108, during the twelve-month period preceding 15 June of the current year. The judges may further consider papers that were submitted during the prior twelve-month period but that did not receive an award durin g the previous competition. Th e evaluation of papers occurs during the summer. Announcement of the recipients of the awards is made at the following Annual Meeting of the Society. Th e Howard T. Orville Scholarship in Meteorology honors the late Howard T. Orville, Undergraduate Hea d of the Naval Aerological Service, 1940-50, whose service was marked by many scholarships commendations. After his retirement from the Navy, he held key industrial posts and Howard T. Orville was Chairman of the Advisory Committee on Weather Control in 1953. Capt. Orville Scholarship in was President of the American Meteorological Society, 1948-49. Through a bequest Meteorology fro m the estate of Howard T. Orville and contributions from members of his family, and the Society gives an annual scholarship of $600. Jr., The Howard H. Hanks, Jr., Scholarship in Meteorology honors the late Howard H. Howar d H. Hanks, Scholarship in Hanks, Jr., who was Vice-President of Weather Corporation of America when his career Meteorology was cut short by a plane crash in 1969. A donation by William J. Hartnett, President of Weather Corporation of America, provides funds for the scholarship in the amount of $400 per annum. Th e Orville and Hanks Scholarships are awarded to students on the basis of their aca- demic excellence and achievement. Th e candidates must be entering their final undergraduate year as majors in a mete- orology department or other department actively engaged in work on some aspect of at- mospheric science. They must intend to make atmospheric science their career and have completed at least 54 semester hours or the equivalent toward a bachelor's degree. T o consider a candidate for a scholarship, the American Meteorological Society must receive 1) a letter of application from the candidate, and 2) a letter of recommendation fro m the chairman or other designated faculty member of the major department, reflect- ing the overall view of the department faculty, accompanied by a list of the candidate's courses and grades in the major subject and in mathematics, physics, and other sciences. Th e above information must be received at the headquarters of the American Mete- orological Society, 45 Bacon Street, Boston, Mass. 02108, during the twelve-month period preceding 15 Jun e of the calendar year in which the applicant enters the final complete undergraduat e year. Th e evaluation of applications occurs during the summer. Announcement of the recipients of the scholarships is made at the following Annual Meeting of the Society. Vol. 63, No. 2, February 1982 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

AMS announces undergraduate awards and scholarships

Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society , Volume 63 (2): 1 – Feb 1, 1982

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Mea n Meteorological Society announces The Father James B. Macelwane Annual Awards for original papers on meteorology, The Howard T. Orville Scholarship in Meteorology, and The Howard H. Hanks, Jr., Scholarship in Meteorology Undergraduate The Father James B. Macelwane Annual Awards were established by the American Mete- awards orological Society to honor the late Rev. James B. Macelwane, S. J., a world renowned authority on seismology, who was a geophysicist and Dean of the Institute of Technology, Saint Louis University, until his death in 1956. Award stipends are supported by Weathe r Corporation of America, private meteorological consultants, Saint Louis, Mo. Th e author of the paper awarded first place by the committee of judges receives a stipend of $200, and the author of the second place paper receives $100. Th e purpose of these awards is to stimulate interest in meteorology among college stu- dents through the encouragement of original student papers concerned with some phase of the atmospheric sciences. All registered undergraduates of a college or university in the Americas are eligible to participate. The only restrictions are that the participating student must be enrolled as an undergraduate at the time the paper is written, and no more than two students from any one institution may enter papers in any one contest. T o consider papers for the Macelwane Awards, the committee of judges must receive 1) the paper with a letter of application from the author, and 2) a letter from the de- partmen t head or other faculty member of the major department, confirming that the autho r was an undergraduate student at the time the paper was written. Th e above information must be received at the headquarters of the American Mete- orological Society, 45 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 02108, during the twelve-month period preceding 15 June of the current year. The judges may further consider papers that were submitted during the prior twelve-month period but that did not receive an award durin g the previous competition. Th e evaluation of papers occurs during the summer. Announcement of the recipients of the awards is made at the following Annual Meeting of the Society. Th e Howard T. Orville Scholarship in Meteorology honors the late Howard T. Orville, Undergraduate Hea d of the Naval Aerological Service, 1940-50, whose service was marked by many scholarships commendations. After his retirement from the Navy, he held key industrial posts and Howard T. Orville was Chairman of the Advisory Committee on Weather Control in 1953. Capt. Orville Scholarship in was President of the American Meteorological Society, 1948-49. Through a bequest Meteorology fro m the estate of Howard T. Orville and contributions from members of his family, and the Society gives an annual scholarship of $600. Jr., The Howard H. Hanks, Jr., Scholarship in Meteorology honors the late Howard H. Howar d H. Hanks, Scholarship in Hanks, Jr., who was Vice-President of Weather Corporation of America when his career Meteorology was cut short by a plane crash in 1969. A donation by William J. Hartnett, President of Weather Corporation of America, provides funds for the scholarship in the amount of $400 per annum. Th e Orville and Hanks Scholarships are awarded to students on the basis of their aca- demic excellence and achievement. Th e candidates must be entering their final undergraduate year as majors in a mete- orology department or other department actively engaged in work on some aspect of at- mospheric science. They must intend to make atmospheric science their career and have completed at least 54 semester hours or the equivalent toward a bachelor's degree. T o consider a candidate for a scholarship, the American Meteorological Society must receive 1) a letter of application from the candidate, and 2) a letter of recommendation fro m the chairman or other designated faculty member of the major department, reflect- ing the overall view of the department faculty, accompanied by a list of the candidate's courses and grades in the major subject and in mathematics, physics, and other sciences. Th e above information must be received at the headquarters of the American Mete- orological Society, 45 Bacon Street, Boston, Mass. 02108, during the twelve-month period preceding 15 Jun e of the calendar year in which the applicant enters the final complete undergraduat e year. Th e evaluation of applications occurs during the summer. Announcement of the recipients of the scholarships is made at the following Annual Meeting of the Society. Vol. 63, No. 2, February 1982

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