Greater Milwaukee recommended never taking a job that governs one's About 60 chapter members, students, and guests life. In mid-1982, Adrian said he felt a lure to go south gathered for the November chapter meeting. Chapter to Antarctica, so he applied for a jo b there. In May of President James Frederick welcomed those in atten- 1982, Condella called from WITI-TV in Milwaukee dance and announced the next two meetings. He then and told Adrian to send a tape and resume. Adrian re- introduced the evening's speaker, Bart Adrian, meteo- membered he really was not interested in television rologist from WITI-TV in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. and said that the tape and resume he sent were not very In his talk, "Reflections on a Career in Meteorol- good. But WITI wanted Adrian to work for them so he accepted the job. While working at WITI, he said ogy," Adrian talked about his experiences in the field he also lectured at the University of Wisconsin—Mil- of meteorology from childhood in Chicago to the waukee from 1983 to 1994 as well as doing College present day in Milwaukee. Adrian recalled that as a for Kids courses beginning in 1986. child, he was so
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Apr 1, 2001
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