minutes of the meeting of the AMS Council 27-2 8 September 2000, Edgartown, Massachusetts President Kimpel called the Council to order at Michael Garstang, chief editor, and Robert Rauber, 8:55 A.M. on 27 September. editor, for terms expiring 2003, and David Martin, Marvin Wesely, and David Kristovich, editors, for Present: President Kimpel, Past-Presidents terms expiring 2004; JCLI: David Randall, chief edi- Frederick and Rasmusson; Councilors Brown, tor, Gordon Bonan and Neville Nichols, editors, for Emanuel, Leetmaa, MacCready, Uccellini, terms expiring 2003, and James Hack, editor, for a Wood, Atlas, Fein, Glackin, Lyons, Schlatter; term expiring 2002; JTECH: Ed Browell, co-chief Commissioners Avery, Hosier, Rosen, editor, and Hans Graber, editor, for terms expiring Schubert; Executive Director McPherson; Re- 2004; WAF: Robert Maddox, chief editor, for a term corders Seitter and Annese. expiring 2004. Acceptance of the report also included 1 • Agenda and minutes of prior approval of the following Editors Awards: JAS: Bjorn meeting s Stevens; JAM: Rod Frehlich; MWR: David Schultz; JPO: Jerome A. Smith; JTECH: Craig Donlon; WAF: After the roll call, President Kimpel reviewed the Steven Weiss; JCLI: Song Yang; and JHM: Katherine planned agenda for the meeting and asked for modifi- Hirschboeck. cations to it.
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