The Council of the American Meteorological Society invites Nominations for the following five awards are submitted to members of AMS to submit nominations for consideration by the Awards Committee by the committees shown below. Nom- the committees listed below. The names of all individuals nom- inations for these awards with supporting documentation should inated, together with background data on the individuals should be sent to the appropriate committee.! be sent* to the appropriate committee in care of the Secretary- Treasurer, American Meteorological Society, 45 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108. The Award for Outstanding Service The specifications for all awards are set forth in the August by a Weather Forecaster 1988 BULLETIN, starting on page 896. The Charles L. Mitchell Award 1989 Nominating Committee for long-term service by persons engaged in weather forecasting activities The Committee's function is to submit to the Council the names and of individuals for 1) the office of President-Elect for a term of The Award for an exceptional specific prediction one year starting at the close of the 70th Annual Meeting (Jan- and uary 1990), and 2) four positions on the Council for a term of The Francis W. Reichelderfer Award three years starting at the close of the 70th Annual Meeting. for distinguished public service contributions by Nominations must be submitted prior to 1 April 1989 to the personnel of the weather services Nominating Committee.! Nominations for these awards with supporting documentation 1989 Committee on Fellows must be submitted prior to 1 May 1989 to the AMS Committee on Weather Analysis and Forecasting.! The Committee's function is to submit to the Council the names of individuals for election to Fellow. Article III, Section 6, of the AMS Constitution provides that The Award for Outstanding Contribution to the those eligible for election to Fellow shall have made outstanding Advance of Applied Meteorology contributions to the atmospheric or related oceanic or hydro- logic sciences or their applications during a substantial period Nominations for the award with supporting documentation must of years. The names of nominees for Fellow remain on the be submitted prior to 1 May 1989 to the AMS Board on Private Committee's active list for three years. A nomination form, Sector Meteorology.! which is available on request from AMS headquarters, should be used. Nominations for Fellow must be submitted prior to 1 June The Award for Outstanding Service by 1989 (limit to one page) to the Committee on Fellows.t a Broadcast Meteorologist Undergraduate Awards and Scholarships Nominations for the award with supporting documentation must be submitted prior to 1 May J989 to the AMS Board of Broad- The undergraduate awards and scholarships, the eligibility cri- cast Meteorology.! teria, and the nomination processes are described on page 970 of the August 1988 issue of the BULLETIN. The recipients are selected by the Committee of Judges for Undergraduate Awards. Nominations with supporting documentation should be received The Award for Outstanding Achievement prior to 15 June 1989 by the AMS Committee of Judges for in Biometeorology Undergraduate Awards.f Nominations for the award with supporting documentation must The Sverdrup Gold Medal be submitted prior to 1 May 1989 to the Committee on Bio- meteorology and Aerobiology.! Unlike other awards, the Sverdrup Medal is awarded by the President of the Society on the advice of an international com- mittee. Nominations for the award with supporting documen- The Robert Leviton Award tation must be submitted prior to 1 May 1989 to the Sverdrup Gold Medal Committee.! Nominations with supporting documentation should be sent prior to 1 May 1989 to the Committee on Atmospheric Mea- 1989 Awards Committee surements. ! The Committee's function is to submit to the Council the names of individuals for the Society's awards. The names of the nom- inees for awards remain on the Awards Committee's active list * Please note that deadlines differ. ! Care of the Secretary-Treasurer, American Meteorological Soci- for three years. Nominations must be submitted before 1 June ety, 45 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108. 1989 to the Awards Committee.! Vol. 70, No. 2, February 1989
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Feb 1, 1989
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