1992-1993 AMS/lndustry Fellowships AMS/lndustry Graduate APPLICATION Fellowships Are Announced GUIDELINES for the Second Year The American Meteorological Society and eight major high- Who Is Eligible? technology firms are pleased to invite applications for the 1992-1993 AMS/lndustry Graduate Fellowships in th e atmo- The Fellowships are available to students spheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences. The entering their first year of graduate school in awards, to be administered by AMS, carry $15 000 stipends 1992-1993. An applicant must provide for a nine-month period for the 1992-1993 Fellowship year. evidence of acceptance as a full-time Corporations participating in the program as it enters its student at an accredited United States second year are: Cray Research, Inc., PRC, Inc., Computer institution at the time of award. Students Sciences Corporation, Space Systems/Loral, Hughes Infor- should pursue a related full-time course of study in the atmospheric, oceanic, or mation Technology Company, ITT Aerospace Communica- hydrologic sciences over a full academic tions Division, TRW Foundation, UNISYS Defense Inc., and year. Candidates must be United States NOAA's Office of Global Programs. NOAA's Office of Global citizens or hold permanent resident status. Programs has become the first federal organization to partici- There are no age restrictions.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Nov 1, 1991
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