48th International Science and Engineering Fair

48th International Science and Engineering Fair 48th International Science and Engineering Fair Louisville, Kentucky 10-16 May 1997 On 16 May 1997 the AMS presented awards to three U.S. ' ISE F ' high school students participat- ^ ipBjrtp^^ ing in the 48th International Sci- ence and Engineering Fair ^^H^V H (ISEF) in Louisville, Kentucky. W f These awards, ranging from $1000 to $250, recognized out- standing student work in atmospheric science related projects. Science Service Inc.'s ISEF is the pinnacle event in a yearlong process of local, regional, state, and national science fairs. More than 1000 students from the United States, its territories, and over 25 additional countries participated in the event held at the Louisville Con- vention Center. The AMS was among 55 professional, industrial, and governmental organizations providing judges to administer special awards at the ISEF. The AMS judg- ing team included Marvin Maddox and Bill Wilson of the National Weather Service Forecast Office, Louis- ville, Kentucky, and Charles Holliday, Air Force Glo- bal Weather Center, Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska. The ISEF includes 13 disciplinary categories rang- ing from behavioral and social sciences to zoology. Often, AMS award winners come from the core earth The AMS first-place award recipient at the 48th 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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48th International Science and Engineering Fair Louisville, Kentucky 10-16 May 1997 On 16 May 1997 the AMS presented awards to three U.S. ' ISE F ' high school students participat- ^ ipBjrtp^^ ing in the 48th International Sci- ence and Engineering Fair ^^H^V H (ISEF) in Louisville, Kentucky. W f These awards, ranging from $1000 to $250, recognized out- standing student work in atmospheric science related projects. Science Service Inc.'s ISEF is the pinnacle event in a yearlong process of local, regional, state, and national science fairs. More than 1000 students from the United States, its territories, and over 25 additional countries participated in the event held at the Louisville Con- vention Center. The AMS was among 55 professional, industrial, and governmental organizations providing judges to administer special awards at the ISEF. The AMS judg- ing team included Marvin Maddox and Bill Wilson of the National Weather Service Forecast Office, Louis- ville, Kentucky, and Charles Holliday, Air Force Glo- bal Weather Center, Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska. The ISEF includes 13 disciplinary categories rang- ing from behavioral and social sciences to zoology. Often, AMS award winners come from the core earth The AMS first-place award recipient at the 48th

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Published: Dec 1, 1997

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