AMS Contacts The August issue of the Bulletin has dedicated this column to the contacts at AMS for the fourth con- secutive year. Names, responsibilities, telephone, and e-mail addresses have been updated, incorporat- ing personnel changes and changes in responsibility. With this format, we hope that members and non- members may find the staff person who can best handle any inquiries. At the end of the column, on page 1715, a list of general electronic mailboxes is included, as well as the addresses, telephone and fax numbers, and Web site addresses for both the Boston and the Washington, D.C., offices. Staff members are listed alphabetically by department. The most complete up-to-date list of all AMS contacts is avail- able from the AMS Web site: http://www.ametsoc.org/AMS. Membership Services AMS Contact Responsibility Telephone No. E-mail Donna Fernandez member address changes, science fairs, 617-227-2426 , ext. 246 dfernan d @ ametso c .org book orders, journal/special labels, and dues statements Kelly Garvey CCM/Seal applications and information, 617-227-2426 , ext. 215 kgarve y @ ametsoc.or g local chapters, employee newsletter, and employment announcements Beth Jarabek nonmembe r subscriptions, 617-227-2426 , ext. 214 firstname.lastname@example.org g book orders, claims, WM O publications Lisa Podgurski applications,
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Published: Aug 1, 1998
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