The Department of Atmospheric Sciences at the The reception was also marked by the recognition University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), pre- of the first Bjerknes Fellow within the department. sented two graduate student awards at its annual de- Annmarie Eldering was named the initial fellow. partment reception last October. The awards were the Eldering received her Ph.D. in environmental engi- Jacob A. Bjerknes Award and the Morris Neiburger neering sciences from the California Institute of Tech- Award. nology. She was an assistant professor at the Univer- sity of Iowa before joining the faculty at UCLA. The Bjerknes Fellow is a two-year appointment and is made possible through the support of Roberto Peccei, the dean of physical sciences at UCLA. In addition to the awards ceremony, the banquet, which was held close to the 100th anniversary of the birth of Jacob Bjerknes, included testimonials about Bjerknes by Akio Arakawa, S. V. Venkateswaran, and Morton Wurtele (text of the testimonials can be found at http://www.atmos.ucla.edu). Bjerknes was the first chairman of the department of atmospheric sciences at UCLA. Weather Services Corporation (WSC) of Lexing- ton, Massachusetts, has announced the appointment of Christopher D. Bedford Helen Cox (left), recipient of the
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