1994/95 AMS/Industry Fellowship Recipients

1994/95 AMS/Industry Fellowship Recipients GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS Because encouraging outstanding young scientists is vitally important to our nation s future, the American Meteorological Society, in continuing cooperation with eight major high-technology firms and a federal agency, announces the 1994/95 AMS/Industry Graduate Fellowship recipients. Participating organizations, all noted for civic consciousness as well as for expertise and leadership that brought them to global prominence, have made it possible through their generous contributions to present fellowships to bright, young students who are pursuing advanced degrees in the atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 1343 The fellowship program—now in its fourth year—is Cray Research, Inc. designed to recruit promising young people entering their first year of graduate study from a wide range of PRC Inc. interests: meteorology, physics, mathematics, marine science, computer science, and engineering. The Hughes Information Technology Company program has two goals. The first is to help ensure that outstanding young scientists enter the fields of atmo- Unisys Corporation, spheric, oceanic, and hydrologic sciences to meet the problems of the coming decade. The second is to Government Systems Group provide sufficient resources to allow each recipient to pursue a full schedule of academic studies during the ITT Aerospace http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

1994/95 AMS/Industry Fellowship Recipients

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American Meteorological Society
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GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS Because encouraging outstanding young scientists is vitally important to our nation s future, the American Meteorological Society, in continuing cooperation with eight major high-technology firms and a federal agency, announces the 1994/95 AMS/Industry Graduate Fellowship recipients. Participating organizations, all noted for civic consciousness as well as for expertise and leadership that brought them to global prominence, have made it possible through their generous contributions to present fellowships to bright, young students who are pursuing advanced degrees in the atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 1343 The fellowship program—now in its fourth year—is Cray Research, Inc. designed to recruit promising young people entering their first year of graduate study from a wide range of PRC Inc. interests: meteorology, physics, mathematics, marine science, computer science, and engineering. The Hughes Information Technology Company program has two goals. The first is to help ensure that outstanding young scientists enter the fields of atmo- Unisys Corporation, spheric, oceanic, and hydrologic sciences to meet the problems of the coming decade. The second is to Government Systems Group provide sufficient resources to allow each recipient to pursue a full schedule of academic studies during the ITT Aerospace

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Jul 1, 1994

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