Arkansas The speaker for the meeting was Jay S. Fein, The chapter met on 12 March 1998 at the Na- program director of climate dynamics at the NSF. tional Weather Service Forecast Office (NWSFO) He spoke on "The Role of the NSF in Atmospheric in North Little Rock. Chapter Vice President Jerry and Ocean Sciences." Fein stated that the NSF is Reynolds presided over the meeting since Chapter an independent U.S. government agency respon- President Erwin Prater was unable to attend. sible for promoting science and engineering Chapter Secretary/Treasurer Chuck Rickard read through programs that invest over $3.3 billion per year in almost 20 000 research and education the minutes from the previous meeting and pre- projects in science and engineering. The founda- sented the treasurer's report. tion consists of the National Science Board of 24 George Wilken provided an update on the AMS part-time members and a director (who also serves Datastreme program and some of the people in- as ex-officio National Science Board member), volved in the spring session. Wilken also brought each appointed by the president with the advice up the idea of the chapter providing prizes to those and consent of the U.S. Senate. Other
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Published: Aug 1, 1998
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