LETTER FROM HEADQUARTERS, ON-AIR METEOROLOGY, ABOUT OUR MEMBERS, MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES, OBITUARIES, LIVING ON THE REAL WORLD

LETTER FROM HEADQUARTERS, ON-AIR METEOROLOGY, ABOUT OUR MEMBERS, MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES,... LETTER FROM HEADQUARTERS DON’T STAY NEUTRAL ack in September, I had the privilege of taking ing and all associated activities. It includes actions par t in an excellent workshop on sexual harass- AMS will take if attendees do not adhere to these B ment in the sciences that was convened by AGU guidelines. As noted in the conduct statement, AMS in collaboration with several other societies. Several has established several mechanisms for repor ting sessions of the workshop included discussion on how unprofessional behavior at a meeting (which include to reduce the potential for harassment at scientific sending an e-mail to repor tconcern@ametsoc.org, meetings, so with the 97th AMS Annual Meeting just leaving a message on a special hotline at 617-226-3965 around the corner, I want to take this oppor tunity to that will automatically aler t a response team of senior address these issues. AMS staff members, or simply letting anyone with a First, it is impor tant to recognize that sexual staff badge know about the issue). harassment in the sciences is more prevalent than The most powerful and effective mechanism to most of us would like to believe. We have all read ensure a climate of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

LETTER FROM HEADQUARTERS, ON-AIR METEOROLOGY, ABOUT OUR MEMBERS, MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES, OBITUARIES, LIVING ON THE REAL WORLD

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/BAMS_9711_2181-2190_45Beacon
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LETTER FROM HEADQUARTERS DON’T STAY NEUTRAL ack in September, I had the privilege of taking ing and all associated activities. It includes actions par t in an excellent workshop on sexual harass- AMS will take if attendees do not adhere to these B ment in the sciences that was convened by AGU guidelines. As noted in the conduct statement, AMS in collaboration with several other societies. Several has established several mechanisms for repor ting sessions of the workshop included discussion on how unprofessional behavior at a meeting (which include to reduce the potential for harassment at scientific sending an e-mail to repor tconcern@ametsoc.org, meetings, so with the 97th AMS Annual Meeting just leaving a message on a special hotline at 617-226-3965 around the corner, I want to take this oppor tunity to that will automatically aler t a response team of senior address these issues. AMS staff members, or simply letting anyone with a First, it is impor tant to recognize that sexual staff badge know about the issue). harassment in the sciences is more prevalent than The most powerful and effective mechanism to most of us would like to believe. We have all read ensure a climate of

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Nov 1, 2016

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