from headquarters Jeff Rosenfeld Selected as Editor-in-Chief of Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society In May, Jeff Rosenfeld joined the AMS staff as Restless Earth, published by the National Geographic editor-in-chief of the Bulletin of the American Meteo- Society. In addition, Rosenfeld has written numerous rological Society. Rosenfeld will be responsible for articles on weather for publications such as Scientific story ideas, leads, and structuring the overall content American Presents and Frontiers, the National Science of the Bulletin, which will be transformed into a new Foundation newsletter. publication intended to better serve AMS members A graduate of Princeton University, Rosenfeld's and the community at large. work in weather journalism has earned him several Rosenfeld brings to the jo b tremendous expertise Distinguished Achievement Awards from the Educa- in writing, editing, and publishing—particularly in the tional Press Association of America. He has also field of weather. He previously was the managing edi- taught magazine publishing for the continuing educa- tor of Weatherwise, the award-winning popular maga- tion program in journalism at George Washington zine about weather published by Heldref Publications University in Washington, D.C. in Washington, D.C. In all, he was an editor of Rosenfeld has already begun shaping the new Bul- Weatherwise for nearly 15 years. letin for its launch in 2002, building upon the imple- Though he has written about numerous scientific mentation plan developed by the Bulletin Interim topics, including earthquake engineering and zoology, Editorial Board and working with author submissions Rosenfeld has maintained his focus as a writer on that follow the new guidelines (available on the AMS meteorology. He authored the book, Eye of the Storm: Web site at http://www.ametsoc.org/AMS). He will Inside the World's Deadliest Hurricanes, Tornadoes, work with an editorial board—chaired by Ed Zipser and Blizzards (Plenum Press, 1999), a history of our of the University of Utah—made up of distinguished understanding of storms that spotlights recent meteo- scientists from the atmospheric and related sciences. rological progress. He' s also contributed to other popu- Much more information about the coming metamor- lar books on the atmosphere, including Weather, a phosis of the Bulletin will appear in these pages over guidebook published by the Discovery Channel, and the coming months.• ^ 4 >\ 14 57 Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
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