from headquarters The AMS Council at its meeting on 9 January 2000 Journal Production Time in Long Beach, California, took several actions of pro- found importance to the long-term health of your Where is the money from the dues increase going Society. to go? The second important Council action was to require an average journal production time of 150 days A Dues Increase from the time an accepted manuscript is forwarded to Headquarters by an editor for processing to the time it appears in an AMS journal. Currently, the produc- First, the Council approved the first dues increase tion time averages over 250 days and is the source of since 1982. Effective 1 January 2001, dues for full and associate members will be $70 per year. Dues for the single most repeated complaint from members membership categories with student privileges will reaching the desk of the executive director. remain $15 per year, and associate membership at the This is essentially a people problem: more edito- $15 rate will be offered to K-1 2 science teachers who rial staff are required to handle the increasing numbers are involved in the AMS Education Program. The of manuscripts submitted for publication. In
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Apr 1, 2000
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