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chapter news Palmetto It is designed to encourage teachers to use weather in- Approximately 17 members and guests gathered on formation in classroom learning activities. The 25 September 1997 in Columbia, South Carolina, for project's main goal is to help teachers use atmospheric the third quarterly meeting in 1997. The meeting con- topics to generate student interest and understanding sisted of new business and a featured speaker. Chap- in science, technology, and mathematics. Ceritelli de- ter President Sandi St.Claire conducted new business scribed how the project is organized, being directed and introduced the speaker. The speaker for the from the AMS office in Washington, D.C., by Ira Geer, evening was Carlton Ulbrich of Clemson University. and being executed by a national network of AMS Ulbrich delivered a talk on lightning research he con- AERAs. ducted in Puerto Rico. In addition, he also provided As Ohio's AERA, Ceritelli explained that her role information on lightning protection. His presentation is to act as a regional point of contact to 1) let teach- consisted of slides and videos of lightning occur- ers and administrators know what is available, 2) pro- rences.—Sandi St.Claire. vide material to teachers who are seeking information on atmospheric science topics, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Publisher
American Meteorological Society
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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
ISSN
1520-0477
DOI
10.1175/1520-0477-78.12.2920
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Palmetto It is designed to encourage teachers to use weather in- Approximately 17 members and guests gathered on formation in classroom learning activities. The 25 September 1997 in Columbia, South Carolina, for project's main goal is to help teachers use atmospheric the third quarterly meeting in 1997. The meeting con- topics to generate student interest and understanding sisted of new business and a featured speaker. Chap- in science, technology, and mathematics. Ceritelli de- ter President Sandi St.Claire conducted new business scribed how the project is organized, being directed and introduced the speaker. The speaker for the from the AMS office in Washington, D.C., by Ira Geer, evening was Carlton Ulbrich of Clemson University. and being executed by a national network of AMS Ulbrich delivered a talk on lightning research he con- AERAs. ducted in Puerto Rico. In addition, he also provided As Ohio's AERA, Ceritelli explained that her role information on lightning protection. His presentation is to act as a regional point of contact to 1) let teach- consisted of slides and videos of lightning occur- ers and administrators know what is available, 2) pro- rences.—Sandi St.Claire. vide material to teachers who are seeking information on atmospheric science topics,

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Dec 1, 1997

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