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From Headquarters AMS Prints Third Membership Directory The May issue of the Bulletin brings the third and corporation members; an alphabetical list of ac- supplement of the AMS membership directory. The tive Certified Consulting Meteorologists and active previous two directories were published as supple- Television and Radio Seal of Approval holders; and ments in 1990 and 1993. Prior to 1990, the member- a geographical tally of the number of members per ship directory was printed within the Bulletin when state and per country. A page in the directory is de- published. voted to AMS's presence on the World Wide Web. It The membership directory is a compilation of all covers the information available on the AMS home active AMS members as of 31 March 1996 and their page (http://www.ametsoc.org/AMS), including cal- addresses, phone and fax numbers, and e-mail ad- endar of events, call for papers, membership criteria, dresses. The information listed is provided by each contacts at AMS, and the Newsletter. member on the annual dues statement. The address In the past few years, AMS has instituted a num- may be either the member's place of employment or ber of improvements to provide members with more the address at which the member's subscriptions are timely and efficient service. One of these programs delivered. is a more modern membership database, which allows In addition to an alphabetical listing of active mem- AMS staff to quickly administer new information to bers, the directory includes a list of charter, honorary, a member's file. It is from this updated database that AMS will extract each member's information for the directory. Although the membership database is much improved, it is not error proof. In the event that an ST A error exists in the 1996 membership directory, mem- SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATES, INC. bers are encouraged to submit the correction form STA, a high technology company providing superior systems located in the supplement, so that correct information engineering, software development, integration, and manage- ment services to both commercial and DO D customers. Currently, may be entered into the database. STA is providing engineering and technical support to a wide AMS plans to print the fourth membership direc- range of weather programs for NOA A and the National Weather Service (NWS). STA anticipates openings in the Silver Spring, tory as a supplement to the Bulletin in 1998 or 1999.® Maryland; Boulder, Colorado; and Norman, Oklahoma areas in the near future. Qualified candidates should possess a BA/BS in Engineering, Computer Science, or other science-related disciplines. Experi- 3n ji/temoumri ence in one or more of the following areas is a plus: • NWS Modernization Programs • Automated Surface Observing Systems (ASOS) • Weather Forecast Information Systems • Advanced Weather Interactive Processing System (AWIPS) ^bwixM^D. fflcmbe • Meteorological Hydrological Communication • NWS Field Operations and Facilities • LAN/WAN Support 1918-1995 • Resumes will be handled in the strictest of confidence. 1919-1994 Qualified candidates are encouraged to forward their resumes to: HR Department, Attn. ELG-AMSB System Technology Associates, Inc. 1250 Academy Park Loop, Ste. 116 *s4Mwd j(t. jilaJialwfc 1906-1995 Colorado Springs, CO 80910 Phone: (719) 637-0500 Fax: (719) 380-8702 1936-1995 WWW.DATABAHN.NET/ST A U.S. Citizenship Required EOE M/F/D/V 86 Vol. 77, No. 4, April 1 996 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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AMS Prints Third Membership Directory The May issue of the Bulletin brings the third and corporation members; an alphabetical list of ac- supplement of the AMS membership directory. The tive Certified Consulting Meteorologists and active previous two directories were published as supple- Television and Radio Seal of Approval holders; and ments in 1990 and 1993. Prior to 1990, the member- a geographical tally of the number of members per ship directory was printed within the Bulletin when state and per country. A page in the directory is de- published. voted to AMS's presence on the World Wide Web. It The membership directory is a compilation of all covers the information available on the AMS home active AMS members as of 31 March 1996 and their page (http://www.ametsoc.org/AMS), including cal- addresses, phone and fax numbers, and e-mail ad- endar of events, call for papers, membership criteria, dresses. The information listed is provided by each contacts at AMS, and the Newsletter. member on the annual dues statement. The address In the past few years, AMS has instituted a num- may be either the member's place of employment or ber of improvements to provide members with more the address at which the member's subscriptions are timely and efficient service. One of these programs delivered. is a more modern membership database, which allows In addition to an alphabetical listing of active mem- AMS staff to quickly administer new information to bers, the directory includes a list of charter, honorary, a member's file. It is from this updated database that AMS will extract each member's information for the directory. Although the membership database is much improved, it is not error proof. In the event that an ST A error exists in the 1996 membership directory, mem- SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATES, INC. bers are encouraged to submit the correction form STA, a high technology company providing superior systems located in the supplement, so that correct information engineering, software development, integration, and manage- ment services to both commercial and DO D customers. Currently, may be entered into the database. STA is providing engineering and technical support to a wide AMS plans to print the fourth membership direc- range of weather programs for NOA A and the National Weather Service (NWS). STA anticipates openings in the Silver Spring, tory as a supplement to the Bulletin in 1998 or 1999.® Maryland; Boulder, Colorado; and Norman, Oklahoma areas in the near future. Qualified candidates should possess a BA/BS in Engineering, Computer Science, or other science-related disciplines. Experi- 3n ji/temoumri ence in one or more of the following areas is a plus: • NWS Modernization Programs • Automated Surface Observing Systems (ASOS) • Weather Forecast Information Systems • Advanced Weather Interactive Processing System (AWIPS) ^bwixM^D. fflcmbe • Meteorological Hydrological Communication • NWS Field Operations and Facilities • LAN/WAN Support 1918-1995 • Resumes will be handled in the strictest of confidence. 1919-1994 Qualified candidates are encouraged to forward their resumes to: HR Department, Attn. ELG-AMSB System Technology Associates, Inc. 1250 Academy Park Loop, Ste. 116 *s4Mwd j(t. jilaJialwfc 1906-1995 Colorado Springs, CO 80910 Phone: (719) 637-0500 Fax: (719) 380-8702 1936-1995 WWW.DATABAHN.NET/ST A U.S. Citizenship Required EOE M/F/D/V 86 Vol. 77, No. 4, April 1 996

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