Contributions and Bequests to the Society

Contributions and Bequests to the Society n. Board of Meteorological Monographs: To deter- accurate educational resources; and to be concerned mine the subjects to be covered in the Monograph with educational and other materials that engage series and, if necessary, to solicit authors to partici- citizens in ways that help them appreciate and re- pate; to act as scientific editor(s) of the Monographs; spect the environment. to determine editorial policy with respect to the Monographs within the limits set by the Commis- p. Board of Meteorological and Oceanographic Edu- sion; and to exercise similar editorial functions with cation in Universities: To promote undergraduate, respect to any special publications of the Society that graduate, and continuing education and training in might be referred to it by the commission from time the atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic to time. The Editor of Meteorological Monographs sciences; to comment periodically on requirements serves as Chairperson, and is appointed for a five- for undergraduate education in these disciplines; year term, renewable for one additional term of five and to foster knowledge of these areas among scien- years. tists and practitioners in related fields. o. Board of School and Popular Meteorological and q. Board on Women and Minorities: To increase the Oceanographic Education: To organize and pro- participation of women and minorities in the atmo- mote an aggressive program for science and math- spheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences; ematics education in the schools of the United to recommend and develop programs and ideas for States, a program designed to increase the level of educational and professional opportunities for women appreciation of the importance of the atmospheric and minorities; and to survey periodically the mem- and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences in ev- bership and report on the Society's character, demo- eryday life; to promote the development and use of graphics, and professional needs. > \ Since its establishment in 1919, the American Me- There are several ways of giving to the Society. teorological Society has benefited from the generos- The most frequent and simple way is a direct gift ity of individuals and firms who have made contri- of cash or securities. A donor wishing to make a be- butions and bequests to the Society. quest is encouraged to consult an attorney. Gifts to Resources have been made available for scholar- the Society are deductible for the purpose of calcu- lating income and estate taxes to the extent provided ships, for awards in recognition of outstanding con- in those laws for gifts and bequests to tax-exempt tributions to the atmospheric and related sciences, and for general support of the Society's scientific and educa- organizations. tional programs. Some scholarships and awards have Inquiries concerning contributions and bequests taken the form of memorials of deceased members. should be directed to: Richard E. Hallgren, Execu- The Society encourages gifts and bequests. Donors tive Director, AMS, 45 Beacon St., Boston, MA may designate the purpose for which a contribution 02108-3693. is made, subject to the approval of the Council. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 1703 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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n. Board of Meteorological Monographs: To deter- accurate educational resources; and to be concerned mine the subjects to be covered in the Monograph with educational and other materials that engage series and, if necessary, to solicit authors to partici- citizens in ways that help them appreciate and re- pate; to act as scientific editor(s) of the Monographs; spect the environment. to determine editorial policy with respect to the Monographs within the limits set by the Commis- p. Board of Meteorological and Oceanographic Edu- sion; and to exercise similar editorial functions with cation in Universities: To promote undergraduate, respect to any special publications of the Society that graduate, and continuing education and training in might be referred to it by the commission from time the atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic to time. The Editor of Meteorological Monographs sciences; to comment periodically on requirements serves as Chairperson, and is appointed for a five- for undergraduate education in these disciplines; year term, renewable for one additional term of five and to foster knowledge of these areas among scien- years. tists and practitioners in related fields. o. Board of School and Popular Meteorological and q. Board on Women and Minorities: To increase the Oceanographic Education: To organize and pro- participation of women and minorities in the atmo- mote an aggressive program for science and math- spheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences; ematics education in the schools of the United to recommend and develop programs and ideas for States, a program designed to increase the level of educational and professional opportunities for women appreciation of the importance of the atmospheric and minorities; and to survey periodically the mem- and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences in ev- bership and report on the Society's character, demo- eryday life; to promote the development and use of graphics, and professional needs. > \ Since its establishment in 1919, the American Me- There are several ways of giving to the Society. teorological Society has benefited from the generos- The most frequent and simple way is a direct gift ity of individuals and firms who have made contri- of cash or securities. A donor wishing to make a be- butions and bequests to the Society. quest is encouraged to consult an attorney. Gifts to Resources have been made available for scholar- the Society are deductible for the purpose of calcu- lating income and estate taxes to the extent provided ships, for awards in recognition of outstanding con- in those laws for gifts and bequests to tax-exempt tributions to the atmospheric and related sciences, and for general support of the Society's scientific and educa- organizations. tional programs. Some scholarships and awards have Inquiries concerning contributions and bequests taken the form of memorials of deceased members. should be directed to: Richard E. Hallgren, Execu- The Society encourages gifts and bequests. Donors tive Director, AMS, 45 Beacon St., Boston, MA may designate the purpose for which a contribution 02108-3693. is made, subject to the approval of the Council. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 1703

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