25 Years Ago

25 Years Ago about our members Frances C. Parmenter-Holt has been named to the new position of chief of the Atmospheric Research and Applications Division, Office of Research and Ap- plications, National Environmental Satellite, Data and Information Service of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Parmenter-Holt has been as- sociated with the development of satellite applications for more than 30 years. She collaborated in writing early articles introducing satellite imagery to the meteoro- logical community through the "Picture of the Month" series in Monthly Weather Review. Prior to her new appointment, Parmenter-Holt was chief of the Physical Science Branch and acting chief of the Satellite Applications Laboratory with the Office of Research and Applications. UCA R Elects Si x Ne w Members The University Corporation for At- mospheric Research has elected six universities to membership, bringing the total number of UCAR members to 37. New members are Purdue Uni- versity, the California Institute of ASSISTANT, Technology, the University of Ne- vada, Oregon State University, Utah State University, ASSOCIATE, and McGill University. McGill University, located in Montreal, Canada, is the second university to be SENIOR SCIENTISTS elected to international membership in UCAR. The first international member of the organization was the Applications are sought for appointments to the Scientific University of Toronto. Staff of the Department of Physical Oceanography at the levels of Assistant, Associate or Senior Scientist. Walter Orr Roberts, president and chief executive officer of UCAR, announced the election of the new Applicants should have a doctoral degree in Physical Oceanography or related field. Demonstrated expertise in members at the close of the annual meeting of UCAR oceanography is important. Experience in the acquisition members held at the National Center for Atmospheric and analysis of observations or in the development of dynamical models of ocean processes is desirable. Research, Boulder, Colo. Curriculum vitae, short statement of research interests, Seven new members of the UCAR Board of Trust- and publications list should be sent to: Dr. Philip L. Richardson, Chairman, Department of Physical ees have also been elected: Edward S. Epstein, Uni- Oceanography, Box 54PSFC10, Woods Hole versity of Michigan; Shih-Kung Kao, University of Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA 02543. Utah; and Julius London, University of Colorado, are new members. Four incumbents were re-elected: Gil- bert L. Lee, Jr., University of Chicago; Homer T. WOODS HOLE OCEANOGRAPHIC Mantis, University of Minnesota; William T. Golden, INSTITUTION New York City; and Earl G. Droessler, North Caro- EOE/M/F/D/V. lina State University. • Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 53, 15. 102 Vol. 78,, No. 1, January 1997 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society
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about our members Frances C. Parmenter-Holt has been named to the new position of chief of the Atmospheric Research and Applications Division, Office of Research and Ap- plications, National Environmental Satellite, Data and Information Service of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Parmenter-Holt has been as- sociated with the development of satellite applications for more than 30 years. She collaborated in writing early articles introducing satellite imagery to the meteoro- logical community through the "Picture of the Month" series in Monthly Weather Review. Prior to her new appointment, Parmenter-Holt was chief of the Physical Science Branch and acting chief of the Satellite Applications Laboratory with the Office of Research and Applications. UCA R Elects Si x Ne w Members The University Corporation for At- mospheric Research has elected six universities to membership, bringing the total number of UCAR members to 37. New members are Purdue Uni- versity, the California Institute of ASSISTANT, Technology, the University of Ne- vada, Oregon State University, Utah State University, ASSOCIATE, and McGill University. McGill University, located in Montreal, Canada, is the second university to be SENIOR SCIENTISTS elected to international membership in UCAR. The first international member of the organization was the Applications are sought for appointments to the Scientific University of Toronto. Staff of the Department of Physical Oceanography at the levels of Assistant, Associate or Senior Scientist. Walter Orr Roberts, president and chief executive officer of UCAR, announced the election of the new Applicants should have a doctoral degree in Physical Oceanography or related field. Demonstrated expertise in members at the close of the annual meeting of UCAR oceanography is important. Experience in the acquisition members held at the National Center for Atmospheric and analysis of observations or in the development of dynamical models of ocean processes is desirable. Research, Boulder, Colo. Curriculum vitae, short statement of research interests, Seven new members of the UCAR Board of Trust- and publications list should be sent to: Dr. Philip L. Richardson, Chairman, Department of Physical ees have also been elected: Edward S. Epstein, Uni- Oceanography, Box 54PSFC10, Woods Hole versity of Michigan; Shih-Kung Kao, University of Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA 02543. Utah; and Julius London, University of Colorado, are new members. Four incumbents were re-elected: Gil- bert L. Lee, Jr., University of Chicago; Homer T. WOODS HOLE OCEANOGRAPHIC Mantis, University of Minnesota; William T. Golden, INSTITUTION New York City; and Earl G. Droessler, North Caro- EOE/M/F/D/V. lina State University. • Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 53, 15. 102 Vol. 78,, No. 1, January 1997

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