Central Oklahoma of Charleston and was hosted by Jim Frysinger, ad- The chapter has established the Fawbush and Miller junct professor, and Lee Lindler, associate professor. Scholarship in Forecasting, which will be awarded They gave the chapter an overview of the meteorologi- each year to a local undergraduate student. In May cal program within the Physics Department. Currently 2000, the first award recipient was Keith Brown of the the College of Charleston offers a physics degree with University of Oklahoma (OU), who received a plaque an emphasis in meteorology. There are plans in the and a check for $500 toward his educational expenses. near future to offer the additional courses needed for Brown's name will also be engraved on a permanent a B.S. degree in meteorology. plaque to be displayed in the OU map room along with After the overview of the College of Charleston's future winners. program, chapter members headed over to the National Brown's performance in the National Collegiate Weather Service Office in Charleston where Stephen Forecasting Contest was remarkable both locally and Rich gave a tour of the new weather service office. nationally. He won first place in his division at OU and Unlike the previous
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