minutes of the meeting of the AMS Council 28-29 September 1995, Boston, Massachusetts The Council convened at 8:53 A.M., 28 September. Present : President Houghton; President-Elect Try; Past Presidents Washington and Ryan; Councilors LeMone, Rastnusson, Sorooshian, Carter, Greenfield, Hales, Pauley, Kalnay, Randall, Sanford, and Somerville; Commissioners Carnahan, Simpson, Snow, Orville, and Braham; Executive Director Hallgren; Recorder Baum l.Mail ballots 4. Proposed funding of STAC conferences Executive Director Hallgren announced that mail The Council was informed that Commissioner ballots since the last meeting had resulted in approval Orville had transmitted a proposal that the allocation of (1) the minutes of the two Council meetings on 15 of $1500 be authorized for every conference orga- January, (2) the formation of the Central Arkansas and nized by a standing committee. The Executive Com- Kentucky-Southern Indiana Chapters, (3) the election mittee views with favor supporting only the travel (no to Member status of those individuals recommended honoraria) of invited speakers and students, with any by the Admissions Committee at its meetings of 9 funds to be disbursed only by headquarters (not meet- March and 8 June, (4) the nominations for the 1995— ing chairs) and to be available for all AMS-sponsored 96 AMS
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jan 1, 1996
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