1996/97 AMS Minority Scholarship Recipients

1996/97 AMS Minority Scholarship Recipients HEATHER A. ELENBAAS Heather A. Elenbaas is a graduate of Shawnee Mission Northwest High School in Shawnee, Kansas. She will attend Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, where she will major in meteorology. DAVID J.WILLIAMS David J. Williams is a graduate of Catoosa High School in Catoosa, Okla- homa. He will attend the University of Oklahoma, where he will major in meteorology. The American Meteorological Society is pleased to announce that four candidates have been selected to re- ceive AMS Minority Scholarships. The AMS Minority ANGELA J. YU Scholarship is intended to encourage minority students Angela J. Yu is a graduate to pursue careers in the atmospheric or related oceanic of Bellaire High School in and hydrologic sciences. Three scholarships have been Bellaire, Texas. She will funded through donations made by Society members to attend the Massachusetts the AMS Programs in Support of Science and Education, Institute of Technology and one scholarship is funded by The Weather Channel®. where she will major in The award is $3000 for a nine-month period in the fresh- atmospheric science. man year and an additional $3000 for a nine-month pe- riod in the sophomore year, based on performance in the first year. THE AMS/WEATHER CHANNEL® ENRIQUE E. URUETA II MINORITY SCHOLARSHIP Enrique E. Urueta II has The Weather Channel, based in Atlanta, is the nation's been awarded the AMS/ only 24-hour weather cable network and can be seen in Weather Channel® Minor- over 60 million homes nationwide. The Weather Chan- ity Scholarship. He is a nel, launched in 1982, has 65 meteorologists who pro- graduate of Halifax County vide the 24-hour a day coverage of local, regional, and High School in South national weather. In addition, The Weather Channel of- Boston, Virginia. He will fers travel and five-day forecasts, severe weather cov- attend The College of erage, on-location updates, a schedule of educational William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, programs, and original documentary productions. The where he will major in Weather Channel is owned by Landmark Communica- atmospheric and environ- tions, a Norfolk, Virginia-based media company with mental science. global interests that include The Travel Channel, InfiNet, an Internet access provider, two television stations, and seven daily newspapers. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 1643 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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HEATHER A. ELENBAAS Heather A. Elenbaas is a graduate of Shawnee Mission Northwest High School in Shawnee, Kansas. She will attend Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, where she will major in meteorology. DAVID J.WILLIAMS David J. Williams is a graduate of Catoosa High School in Catoosa, Okla- homa. He will attend the University of Oklahoma, where he will major in meteorology. The American Meteorological Society is pleased to announce that four candidates have been selected to re- ceive AMS Minority Scholarships. The AMS Minority ANGELA J. YU Scholarship is intended to encourage minority students Angela J. Yu is a graduate to pursue careers in the atmospheric or related oceanic of Bellaire High School in and hydrologic sciences. Three scholarships have been Bellaire, Texas. She will funded through donations made by Society members to attend the Massachusetts the AMS Programs in Support of Science and Education, Institute of Technology and one scholarship is funded by The Weather Channel®. where she will major in The award is $3000 for a nine-month period in the fresh- atmospheric science. man year and an additional $3000 for a nine-month pe- riod in the sophomore year, based on performance in the first year. THE AMS/WEATHER CHANNEL® ENRIQUE E. URUETA II MINORITY SCHOLARSHIP Enrique E. Urueta II has The Weather Channel, based in Atlanta, is the nation's been awarded the AMS/ only 24-hour weather cable network and can be seen in Weather Channel® Minor- over 60 million homes nationwide. The Weather Chan- ity Scholarship. He is a nel, launched in 1982, has 65 meteorologists who pro- graduate of Halifax County vide the 24-hour a day coverage of local, regional, and High School in South national weather. In addition, The Weather Channel of- Boston, Virginia. He will fers travel and five-day forecasts, severe weather cov- attend The College of erage, on-location updates, a schedule of educational William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, programs, and original documentary productions. The where he will major in Weather Channel is owned by Landmark Communica- atmospheric and environ- tions, a Norfolk, Virginia-based media company with mental science. global interests that include The Travel Channel, InfiNet, an Internet access provider, two television stations, and seven daily newspapers. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 1643

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