contributions and bequests to the Society

contributions and bequests to the Society women and minorities in th e professions embraced by fields in which the weather plays an important part (e.g., agriculture, forestry); and to promote the teach- the Society by opening up educational and profes- ing of meteorology at the full professional level to sional opportunities to women and minorities in the increase the supply of competent meteorologists with professions embraced by establishing role models for advanced degrees for operations and research. persons seeking careers in the profession, and by informing the members of the Society and other ap- p. Board on Women and Minorities: To develop AMS propriate organizations of the need for affirmative action. • programs to increase the participation and numbers of designate the purpose for which a contribution is made, subject Since its establishment in 1919, the American Meteoro- to the approval of the Council. logical Society has benefited from the generosity of individu- There are several ways of giving to the Society. The most als and firms who made contributions and bequests to the frequent and simple way is a direct gift of cash or securities. A Society. donor wishing to make a bequest is encouraged to consult an Resources have been made available for scholarships, for attorney. Gifts to the Society are deductible for the purpose of awards in recognition of outstanding contributions to the atmo- calculating income and estate taxes to the extent provided in spheric and related sciences, and for general support of the those laws for gifts and bequests to tax-exempt organizations. Society's scientific and educational programs. Some scholar- Inquiries concerning contributions and bequests should be ships and awards have taken the form of memorials of deceased directed to: Richard E. Hallgren, Executive Director, AMS, 45 members. Beacon St., Boston, MA 02108-3693. The Society encourages gifts and bequests. Donors may fen WORLD Leaders' METEOROLOGICAL Viewpoints ORGANIZATION ©1991 WMO-no. 748,48 pages, $13 includes postage and handling. Please send prepaid orders to: Publications Department, American Meteorological Organization, 45 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108-3693 (Orders from U.S. and Canada only.) Bulletin American Meteorological Society http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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women and minorities in th e professions embraced by fields in which the weather plays an important part (e.g., agriculture, forestry); and to promote the teach- the Society by opening up educational and profes- ing of meteorology at the full professional level to sional opportunities to women and minorities in the increase the supply of competent meteorologists with professions embraced by establishing role models for advanced degrees for operations and research. persons seeking careers in the profession, and by informing the members of the Society and other ap- p. Board on Women and Minorities: To develop AMS propriate organizations of the need for affirmative action. • programs to increase the participation and numbers of designate the purpose for which a contribution is made, subject Since its establishment in 1919, the American Meteoro- to the approval of the Council. logical Society has benefited from the generosity of individu- There are several ways of giving to the Society. The most als and firms who made contributions and bequests to the frequent and simple way is a direct gift of cash or securities. A Society. donor wishing to make a bequest is encouraged to consult an Resources have been made available for scholarships, for attorney. Gifts to the Society are deductible for the purpose of awards in recognition of outstanding contributions to the atmo- calculating income and estate taxes to the extent provided in spheric and related sciences, and for general support of the those laws for gifts and bequests to tax-exempt organizations. Society's scientific and educational programs. Some scholar- Inquiries concerning contributions and bequests should be ships and awards have taken the form of memorials of deceased directed to: Richard E. Hallgren, Executive Director, AMS, 45 members. Beacon St., Boston, MA 02108-3693. The Society encourages gifts and bequests. Donors may fen WORLD Leaders' METEOROLOGICAL Viewpoints ORGANIZATION ©1991 WMO-no. 748,48 pages, $13 includes postage and handling. Please send prepaid orders to: Publications Department, American Meteorological Organization, 45 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108-3693 (Orders from U.S. and Canada only.) Bulletin American Meteorological Society

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