1996/97 AMS/Industry Graduate Fellowship Recipients

1996/97 AMS/Industry Graduate Fellowship Recipients Becaus e encouragin g outstanding youn g scientists is vitally importan t to our nation' s future , th e America n Meteorological Society, i n continuin g cooperation wit h seven majo r high-technology firm s an d thre e federal agencies, announces th e 1996/97 AMS/Industr y Graduate Fellowship recipients. Participating orga- nizations , all note d for civic consciousness as well as fo r expertise and leader- shi p that brough t the m to global prominence , have mad e it possible through thei r generou s contribution s t o presen t fellowships t o brigh t youn g student s who ar e pursuin g advanced degrees in th e atmospheri c an d related oceanic an d hy- drologi c sciences. 1626 Vol. 77, No. 7, July 1 99 6 The fellowship program—now in tion Technology Corporation; ITT its sixth year—is designed to re- Aerospace Communications Divi- cruit promising young people sion; Space Systems/Loral; Lock- entering their first year of heed Martin Astro Space; GTE graduate study, from a wide Government Systems Corpo- range of interests: meteo ration, Federal Systems Di- rology, physics, math- vision; NOAA's Office ematics, marine sci of Global http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Becaus e encouragin g outstanding youn g scientists is vitally importan t to our nation' s future , th e America n Meteorological Society, i n continuin g cooperation wit h seven majo r high-technology firm s an d thre e federal agencies, announces th e 1996/97 AMS/Industr y Graduate Fellowship recipients. Participating orga- nizations , all note d for civic consciousness as well as fo r expertise and leader- shi p that brough t the m to global prominence , have mad e it possible through thei r generou s contribution s t o presen t fellowships t o brigh t youn g student s who ar e pursuin g advanced degrees in th e atmospheri c an d related oceanic an d hy- drologi c sciences. 1626 Vol. 77, No. 7, July 1 99 6 The fellowship program—now in tion Technology Corporation; ITT its sixth year—is designed to re- Aerospace Communications Divi- cruit promising young people sion; Space Systems/Loral; Lock- entering their first year of heed Martin Astro Space; GTE graduate study, from a wide Government Systems Corpo- range of interests: meteo ration, Federal Systems Di- rology, physics, math- vision; NOAA's Office ematics, marine sci of Global

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Published: Jul 1, 1996

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