AMS 21st Century Campaign

AMS 21st Century Campaign , CENTunr aV c SCIENC E SOCIET Y SERVIC E Ensuring a strong future for the atmospheric and related sciences and services. S Holds First Student Conference and Career Fair AM The AMS will hold its' first Student Conference numerous degree-granting universities, but also a and Career Fair, 11-12 January 2002. The confer- national center—the National Center for Atmo- ence, taking place just prior to the opening of the spheric Research (NCAR), which is managed by a 82nd AMS Annual Meeting in consortium of universities and Orlando, Florida, will be open works collaboratively with "Students who want exposure to the to all senior undergraduates and them and others around the diversity of opportunities relevant to first-year graduate students. world on research, education, their field should be at this Organize d by the AMS and policy. To inform students conference and career fair." Board of Higher Education and about the many opportunities cochaired by Richard D. Clark, made possible by the unique Richard D. Clark Millersville University, and partnership among NCAR, its Steven Ackerman, University co-chair AMS Student parent organization—Univer- of Wisconsin—Madison, the sity Corporation for Atmo- Conference and Career Fair spheric Research (UCAR), and conference will focus on active http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

AMS 21st Century Campaign

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American Meteorological Society
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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-82.12.2853
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, CENTunr aV c SCIENC E SOCIET Y SERVIC E Ensuring a strong future for the atmospheric and related sciences and services. S Holds First Student Conference and Career Fair AM The AMS will hold its' first Student Conference numerous degree-granting universities, but also a and Career Fair, 11-12 January 2002. The confer- national center—the National Center for Atmo- ence, taking place just prior to the opening of the spheric Research (NCAR), which is managed by a 82nd AMS Annual Meeting in consortium of universities and Orlando, Florida, will be open works collaboratively with "Students who want exposure to the to all senior undergraduates and them and others around the diversity of opportunities relevant to first-year graduate students. world on research, education, their field should be at this Organize d by the AMS and policy. To inform students conference and career fair." Board of Higher Education and about the many opportunities cochaired by Richard D. Clark, made possible by the unique Richard D. Clark Millersville University, and partnership among NCAR, its Steven Ackerman, University co-chair AMS Student parent organization—Univer- of Wisconsin—Madison, the sity Corporation for Atmo- Conference and Career Fair spheric Research (UCAR), and conference will focus on active

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Published: Dec 1, 2001

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