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45 BEACON THE IMPACT OF GIVING TO THE SOCIETY always come back fro m the AMS Annual Meeting programs supporting broad scientific literacy, captur- energized and ready t o reengage in the various ing the history of our science, and others—depend programs and initiatives of the Society with re- critically on these donations. Many o f these programs newed enthusiasm. (Actually, t o be honest, on my and initiatives were either nonexistent or not nearly initial return from the meeting I am exhausted—it is as significant just a decade or so ago, and seeing the a grueling wee k fo r th e staff as w e tr y t o make sure all impact of member donations through these vibrant th e events come of f as planned—bu t it does not take Society initiatives became th e thir d energizing aspect e meeting for me. long fo r the energizing aspects t o win over.) o f th As I sign letters thanking members for thei r dona- I have discussed in this column on several occa- sions my respect and admiration for th e hundreds of tions, I always enjoy seeing th e names of folks I know, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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Abstract

THE IMPACT OF GIVING TO THE SOCIETY always come back fro m the AMS Annual Meeting programs supporting broad scientific literacy, captur- energized and ready t o reengage in the various ing the history of our science, and others—depend programs and initiatives of the Society with re- critically on these donations. Many o f these programs newed enthusiasm. (Actually, t o be honest, on my and initiatives were either nonexistent or not nearly initial return from the meeting I am exhausted—it is as significant just a decade or so ago, and seeing the a grueling wee k fo r th e staff as w e tr y t o make sure all impact of member donations through these vibrant th e events come of f as planned—bu t it does not take Society initiatives became th e thir d energizing aspect e meeting for me. long fo r the energizing aspects t o win over.) o f th As I sign letters thanking members for thei r dona- I have discussed in this column on several occa- sions my respect and admiration for th e hundreds of tions, I always enjoy seeing th e names of folks I know,

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Mar 1, 2006

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