District of Columbia program's approach forth e state of Maryland. Koester The January meeting was held on 25 January 1995 explained that Project ATMOSPHERE concentrates at the National Weather Service (NWS) headquarters at the local level, and teachers make presentations at in Silver Spring, Maryland. There were 45 people in national conventions. In the area of curriculum devel- attendance. opment, AERAs work with state science goals and outcomes and write the Maryland state performance Ron Gird, chapter chairperson, started the meeting assessment and outreach activities. For outreach, by welcoming everyone. Gird had four topics during the they serve as guest speakers and provide information business meeting: minority scholarships, elections, to educators at local meteorological events. They also the AMS Annual Meeting in Dallas, and science fairs. provide materials and activities upon request (e.g., girl Gird announced that the committee for the minority scout meteorology merit badge). Last March, the scholarship consists of To m Piwowar, MargretMcCalla, AERAs participated in a conference for the mid- and Ben Watkins. There are three two-year scholar- Atlantic region entitled "Hazardous Weather Confer- ships to be awarded. Each scholarship is for $3000, ence for Educators." The keynote speaker was Bar- funded through the AM
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Published: Apr 1, 1995
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