Contributions and Bequests to the Society

Contributions and Bequests to the Society and is appointed for a three-year term, which may be States designed to increase the level of the apprecia- renewed for an additional period of two years. tion of the importance of meteorology in everyday life by both the teacher and the student, and to be concerned with films, exhibits, pamphlets, and other I. Board of Meteorological and Geoastrophysical Ab- stracts: To advise the Managing Editor on the choice materials for the general public. of special subjects and of new sources of information to ensure adequate coverage at all times; and to o. Board of Meteorological and Oceanographic Educa- advise the Editor on matters of policy within the limits tion in Universities: To be aware of the current set by the Commission. standards of teaching in meteorology in the United States; to promote the teaching of meteorology at the undergraduate level to those whose primary studies m. Board of Meteorological Monographs: To determine the subjects to be covered in the Monograph series are in fields in which the weather plays an important and, if necessary, to solicit authors to participate; to part (e.g., agriculture, forestry); and to promote the act as scientific editor(s) of the Monographs; to teaching of meteorology at the full professional level determine editorial policy with respect to the Mono- to increase the supply of competent meteorologists graphs within the limits set by the Commission; and with advanced degrees for operations and research. to exercise similar editorial functions with respect to any special publications of the Society that might be p. Board on Women and Minorities: To develop AMS referred to it by the commission from time to time. The programs to increase the participation and numbers Editor of Meteorological Monographs serves as of women and minorities in the professions embraced Chairperson, and is appointed for a five-year term, by the Society by opening up educational and profes- renewable for one additional term of five years. sional opportunities to women and minorities in the professions embraced by establishing role models for persons seeking careers in the profession, and by n. Board of School and Popular Meteorological and informing the members of the Society and other Oceanographic Education: To be responsible for appropriate organizations of the need for affirmative organizing and promoting an aggressive program for action. meteorological education in the schools in the United r\ Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 1395 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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and is appointed for a three-year term, which may be States designed to increase the level of the apprecia- renewed for an additional period of two years. tion of the importance of meteorology in everyday life by both the teacher and the student, and to be concerned with films, exhibits, pamphlets, and other I. Board of Meteorological and Geoastrophysical Ab- stracts: To advise the Managing Editor on the choice materials for the general public. of special subjects and of new sources of information to ensure adequate coverage at all times; and to o. Board of Meteorological and Oceanographic Educa- advise the Editor on matters of policy within the limits tion in Universities: To be aware of the current set by the Commission. standards of teaching in meteorology in the United States; to promote the teaching of meteorology at the undergraduate level to those whose primary studies m. Board of Meteorological Monographs: To determine the subjects to be covered in the Monograph series are in fields in which the weather plays an important and, if necessary, to solicit authors to participate; to part (e.g., agriculture, forestry); and to promote the act as scientific editor(s) of the Monographs; to teaching of meteorology at the full professional level determine editorial policy with respect to the Mono- to increase the supply of competent meteorologists graphs within the limits set by the Commission; and with advanced degrees for operations and research. to exercise similar editorial functions with respect to any special publications of the Society that might be p. Board on Women and Minorities: To develop AMS referred to it by the commission from time to time. The programs to increase the participation and numbers Editor of Meteorological Monographs serves as of women and minorities in the professions embraced Chairperson, and is appointed for a five-year term, by the Society by opening up educational and profes- renewable for one additional term of five years. sional opportunities to women and minorities in the professions embraced by establishing role models for persons seeking careers in the profession, and by n. Board of School and Popular Meteorological and informing the members of the Society and other Oceanographic Education: To be responsible for appropriate organizations of the need for affirmative organizing and promoting an aggressive program for action. meteorological education in the schools in the United r\ Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 1395

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