Contributions and Bequests to the Society

Contributions and Bequests to the Society (ISEF). In addition to being an official participating society press purpose of promoting meteorological education." in ISEF, the AMS also participates in the awards program Articles in this section have included a survey of textbooks of the regional, state, and national science and engineering in meteorological education, summaries of the meetings of fair program, sponsored and administered by Science Ser- atmospheric science department heads, an analysis of atmo- vice. Members of local AMS chapters and individuals in spheric science degrees awarded, the results of an AMS the meteorological community serve as volunteer judges of questionnaire on the role of undergraduate education in exhibits in atmospheric and hydrospheric sciences for fairs meteorology, a survey on the feasibility of a clearinghouse in their geographic regions. Two AMS certificates of out- on school and popular meteorological education, and a de- standing achievement are awarded at the discretion of the scription of an interactive weather exhibit in a science mu- AMS judge at each fair. Each year in the December Bulle- seum. The current educational affairs editor is John T. Snow, tin, the Society publishes a summary of its participation in College of Geosciences, University of Oklahoma. the several hundred science fairs around http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

Contributions and Bequests to the Society

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American Meteorological Society
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10.1175/1520-0477-80.8.1657
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(ISEF). In addition to being an official participating society press purpose of promoting meteorological education." in ISEF, the AMS also participates in the awards program Articles in this section have included a survey of textbooks of the regional, state, and national science and engineering in meteorological education, summaries of the meetings of fair program, sponsored and administered by Science Ser- atmospheric science department heads, an analysis of atmo- vice. Members of local AMS chapters and individuals in spheric science degrees awarded, the results of an AMS the meteorological community serve as volunteer judges of questionnaire on the role of undergraduate education in exhibits in atmospheric and hydrospheric sciences for fairs meteorology, a survey on the feasibility of a clearinghouse in their geographic regions. Two AMS certificates of out- on school and popular meteorological education, and a de- standing achievement are awarded at the discretion of the scription of an interactive weather exhibit in a science mu- AMS judge at each fair. Each year in the December Bulle- seum. The current educational affairs editor is John T. Snow, tin, the Society publishes a summary of its participation in College of Geosciences, University of Oklahoma. the several hundred science fairs around

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Published: Aug 1, 1999

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