1992/93 AMS/Industry Undergraduate Scholarships UPDATE

1992/93 AMS/Industry Undergraduate Scholarships UPDATE 1992/93 AMS/lndustry Undergraduate Scholarships In the fall of 1992, the American Meteorological Soci dustry Undergraduate Scholarships Pro- ety joined with seven leading environmental sci- gram. The corporations that joined with ence and service corporations to offer the Society in this program and the undergraduate scholarships in the recipients of these scholarships are atmospheric and related oceanic and listed below. The recipients of the hydrologic sciences. We would like $4000 scholarships received $2000 to take this opportunity to once again in the fall of 1992, and will receive a subse- thank the sponsoring corporations for quent $2000 this fall as they enter their senior year. their continued support of the AMS/ln- Brian D. Skinner is a senior at the University of Qualimetrics, Inc. Oklahoma and will graduate with a degree in meteo- rology. His currents interests lie in severe storm fore- Qualimetrics, Inc., a member of the Dynatech Corpo- casting and global climatology. ration family of companies, has participated actively in meteorology for over 25 years, designing and manu- facturing a variety of weather instruments and sys- Science and Technology Corporation tems. Kathleen Louise Eyerman is a senior at the University of Oklahoma and will graduate with a de- Science and Technology Corporation is a leader in gree in meteorology. She plans to continue on to a atmospheric science and related remote sensing re- master's degree in the atmospheric sciences, looking search, development, and engineering activities. STC toward a research career. supports the global change initiative.Tina Louise Johnson is a senior at West Virginia University and Hughes STX Corporation will graduate with a degree in physical geography and a minor in physics. She will pursue a master's degree Hughes STX Corporation, a subsidiary of Hughes in meteorology. Information Technology Company, provides multidis- ciplinary scientific and engineering services in space, Campbell Scientific, Inc. earth, and environmental systems. Sharon B. Hauer is a senior at Purdue University and will receive a Campbell Scientific, Inc. is a leading designer and degree in atmospheric sciences. She plans to continue manufacturer of environmental data acquisition in- toward a Ph.D., and hopes to do research for NOAA or strumentation. It is a major supplier of automated private industry in the field of atmospheric chemistry. weather stations, providing several telecommunica- tion options for remote retrieval of data. John J. Mewes is a senior at the University of North Dakota Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc. and will receive a degree in meteorology. He plans to work toward master's and Ph.D. degrees, eventually Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc. has been a pioneer in atmospheric chemistry, climate pursuing a career in research. change, radiative transfer, remote sensing, numerical weather prediction, and diagnostic studies of the at- Atmospherics Inc. mosphere. Joseph W. Rohrbach is a senior at The Pennsylvania State University and will receive a de- Atmospherics Inc. has a worldwide reputation in gree in meteorology with a minor in mathematics. weather modification operations and research, and has made global contributions in the development of Aeromet Inc. and applications of science and technology. Jerald A. Brotzge is a senior at St. Louis University and will receive a degree in meteorology. He hopes to pursue Aeromet Inc. is a fast-growing meteorological ser- research related to acid rain and ozone depletion. vices and instrumentation company that performs research, development, and operational meteorologi- cal support for the Department of Defense and NASA. 1See coverage in Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 73, 877-880. Vol. 74, Vol. 9, September 1993 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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1992/93 AMS/lndustry Undergraduate Scholarships In the fall of 1992, the American Meteorological Soci dustry Undergraduate Scholarships Pro- ety joined with seven leading environmental sci- gram. The corporations that joined with ence and service corporations to offer the Society in this program and the undergraduate scholarships in the recipients of these scholarships are atmospheric and related oceanic and listed below. The recipients of the hydrologic sciences. We would like $4000 scholarships received $2000 to take this opportunity to once again in the fall of 1992, and will receive a subse- thank the sponsoring corporations for quent $2000 this fall as they enter their senior year. their continued support of the AMS/ln- Brian D. Skinner is a senior at the University of Qualimetrics, Inc. Oklahoma and will graduate with a degree in meteo- rology. His currents interests lie in severe storm fore- Qualimetrics, Inc., a member of the Dynatech Corpo- casting and global climatology. ration family of companies, has participated actively in meteorology for over 25 years, designing and manu- facturing a variety of weather instruments and sys- Science and Technology Corporation tems. Kathleen Louise Eyerman is a senior at the University of Oklahoma and will graduate with a de- Science and Technology Corporation is a leader in gree in meteorology. She plans to continue on to a atmospheric science and related remote sensing re- master's degree in the atmospheric sciences, looking search, development, and engineering activities. STC toward a research career. supports the global change initiative.Tina Louise Johnson is a senior at West Virginia University and Hughes STX Corporation will graduate with a degree in physical geography and a minor in physics. She will pursue a master's degree Hughes STX Corporation, a subsidiary of Hughes in meteorology. Information Technology Company, provides multidis- ciplinary scientific and engineering services in space, Campbell Scientific, Inc. earth, and environmental systems. Sharon B. Hauer is a senior at Purdue University and will receive a Campbell Scientific, Inc. is a leading designer and degree in atmospheric sciences. She plans to continue manufacturer of environmental data acquisition in- toward a Ph.D., and hopes to do research for NOAA or strumentation. It is a major supplier of automated private industry in the field of atmospheric chemistry. weather stations, providing several telecommunica- tion options for remote retrieval of data. John J. Mewes is a senior at the University of North Dakota Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc. and will receive a degree in meteorology. He plans to work toward master's and Ph.D. degrees, eventually Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc. has been a pioneer in atmospheric chemistry, climate pursuing a career in research. change, radiative transfer, remote sensing, numerical weather prediction, and diagnostic studies of the at- Atmospherics Inc. mosphere. Joseph W. Rohrbach is a senior at The Pennsylvania State University and will receive a de- Atmospherics Inc. has a worldwide reputation in gree in meteorology with a minor in mathematics. weather modification operations and research, and has made global contributions in the development of Aeromet Inc. and applications of science and technology. Jerald A. Brotzge is a senior at St. Louis University and will receive a degree in meteorology. He hopes to pursue Aeromet Inc. is a fast-growing meteorological ser- research related to acid rain and ozone depletion. vices and instrumentation company that performs research, development, and operational meteorologi- cal support for the Department of Defense and NASA. 1See coverage in Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 73, 877-880. Vol. 74, Vol. 9, September 1993

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