'Z," "ft > 0 Graduate Fellowships Silicon Graphics, Inc. DOE Atmospheri c Radiation Measurement Program (supporting two fellowships) Raytheon System s Company National Weather Service ITT Aerospace/Communication s Division NASA's Earth Scienc e Enterprise Spac e Systems/Loral (supporting four fellowships) GTE Government Systems National Scienc e Foundation Division of Atmospheri c Sciences Lockheed Martin Missiles & Spac e (supporting three fellowships) Hughe s Spac e and Communications Office of Naval Research (supporting two fellowships) NOAA's Office of Global Programs (supporting two fellowships) American Meteorological Society Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 2639 "The AMS/Industry/Government Graduate Fellow- ship Program represents a major investment in the future of the atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences. It is a strong testament to the vision of those corporations and government agen- cies who, along with the AMS, provide financial sup- port for the graduate education of those bright young scientists who will develop into tomorrow's leaders in these fields." Eugene M. Rasmusson, President American Meteorological Society The American Meteorological Society (AMS) in cooperation with seven major high- technology firms and six federal agencies is pleased to invite applications for the 1999/2000 AMS/Industry/Government Graduate Fellowships in the atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic
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Published: Nov 1, 1998
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