BEACON jmm LETTER FROM HEADQUARTERS The AMS Annual Report and a Request to Help Make the Society Better n the spring, the AMS publishes its Annual Report, own words what you think the Society is doing well, which is an excellent summary of the Society's activi- and what it can be doing better. W e realize that the I ties in the previous year. W e have normally provided analysis of such narrative responses will not produce the report as a printed supplement to this issue of much quantitative data, but it can—and with your help, it will—provide real insights into the ways we can make BAMS (along with providing it on the AMS We b site). Unfortunately, given the tough economic times and the AMS a better organization. This is your chance to give us your thoughts on all sorts of issues, including a very tight budget, we will only be able to make the 2008 Annual Report available online. I hope you will some the Council has debated for years, such as: still take the time to read this important review of our • The roles of the annual meeting and the separate programs and services. specialty
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Published: May 1, 2009
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