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necrologies Kenneth Cloud Brundidge an d wind fields of nocturnal cold fronts, and more 1927-199 2 recentl y to treatments of arc-cloud formations and convectiv e clusters. Results of these studies have Kennet h C. Brundidge , pro- appeare d in 8 often-cite d journa l articles, 11 technical fesso r emeritus, Texas A&M reports , an d presentations at national meetings. Dur- University , die d 2 3 Septembe r ing his 38-yea r career , he serve d a s graduat e commit- 199 2 of complications follow- te e chairma n fo r 18 M.S . an d 7 Ph.D . degre e students. ing a n automobil e accident on In additio n t o servin g a s visitin g scientis t lecturer for 2 7 Augus t 1992. He wa s 65. th e AM S in 1962, and as a lecturer at the National Bor n o n 31 Ma y 1927 in St. Scienc e Foundation in-service institutes fro m 1965 to Louis , Missouri, Brundidge at- 1969 , Brundidge served on several university, Col- tende d the University of Chi- leg e of Geosciences , an d Departmen t of Meteorology cag o wher e he earne d a B.A. committees . He wa s a membe r of Phi Kapp a Phi, Chi in liberal arts in 1952, an d an M.S. in meteorolog y in Epsilo n Pi, Sigm a Xi, an d th e AMS . Th e succes s of a 1953 . In 1961 he received his Ph.D. in meteorology recen t AM S symposiu m [J. Appl. Meteor., 3 1 (8) ] wa s fro m Texa s A& M University. du e in part to th e efforts of Dr. Brundidge, wh o orga- Followin g his studies at th e University of Chicago, nize d the program, coordinated many related activi- h e joine d th e facult y at Texa s A& M University, where ties , and made all arrangements for the meeting. he earne d th e well-deserve d respect of students and Locall y he wa s an active contributor to Little League, colleague s for his conscientious and disciplined ap- a n avid golfer an d bowling enthusiast, an d a member proac h in all his efforts. Preeminently a teacher of an d past-president of the Lions Club. "There is a theoretica l meteorology, he succeede d in presenting beautifu l park in Colleg e Station, grace d by abou t 100 his courses rigorously and with such clarity that his larg e live oaks," noted Dusan Djuric, professor of student s always rated him highly as an effective meteorolog y and a close friend of Brundidge. "It wa s teacher . In recognition of his academic accomplish- Ke n Brundidg e who , wit h his Lion s Clu b friends , planted ment s in th e Colleg e of Geosciences , Brundidge was thes e oaks in th e mid-1960s. W e will remembe r Ken appointe d as the assistant dean for student affairs, ever y tim e w e go throug h that park." 1971-1973 ; assistan t dea n fo r academi c affairs, 1973 - W e shall mis s his war m friendl y smile , his tempere d 1975 ; and head of the Department of Meteorology, sens e of humor, and his firm handshake. 1975-1980 . Further, he received the Faculty Distin- Brundidg e is survive d by his wife , Glenna ; tw o sons, guishe d Achievemen t Awar d in Teaching , 1968, from Kevi n and Timothy; a daughter-in-law, Carla; and th e Department of Meteorology. thre e grandchildren. All reside in College Station, Brundidge' s research efforts extended from early Texas.—Guy A. Franceschini and Phanindramohan consideration s of th e dynamic s an d kinematics of the Das. • je t strea m t o th e near-surfac e structur e of temperatur e Weather Channel Personality to Speak at Northeastern Storm Conference The 18th Annual Northeastern Storm Conference will be held 12-1 4 March 1993 at the Holiday Inn in Sarasota Springs, New York. The guest dinner speaker will be Jim Cantore, a meteorologist from the Weather Channel. Cantore will present the topic "Life of a Meteorologist in Front of the Camera." Due to the success of the poster-paper-type formats presented at the 1992 conference, this aspect will be enlarged at this year's conference. Presentations in either paper or poster format on a project, results of a case study, or on a weather phenomenon will be accepted. A one page summary of the presentation should be submitted by 5 February 1993. A package consisting of maps, conference schedule, area attractions, and any other particulars will be sent to attendees in mid-February. For more information, please contact Stasu C. Bizzarro, President of LSC-AMS/NWA, Lyndon State College, Box 1116, Lyndonville VT 05851; phone: 802-626-9371, ext. 178; fax: 802-626-9770. Bulletin American Meteorological Society http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society
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Kenneth Cloud Brundidge an d wind fields of nocturnal cold fronts, and more 1927-199 2 recentl y to treatments of arc-cloud formations and convectiv e clusters. Results of these studies have Kennet h C. Brundidge , pro- appeare d in 8 often-cite d journa l articles, 11 technical fesso r emeritus, Texas A&M reports , an d presentations at national meetings. Dur- University , die d 2 3 Septembe r ing his 38-yea r career , he serve d a s graduat e commit- 199 2 of complications follow- te e chairma n fo r 18 M.S . an d 7 Ph.D . degre e students. ing a n automobil e accident on In additio n t o servin g a s visitin g scientis t lecturer for 2 7 Augus t 1992. He wa s 65. th e AM S in 1962, and as a lecturer at the National Bor n o n 31 Ma y 1927 in St. Scienc e Foundation in-service institutes fro m 1965 to Louis , Missouri, Brundidge at- 1969 , Brundidge served on several university, Col- tende d the University of Chi- leg e of Geosciences , an d Departmen t of Meteorology cag o wher e he earne d a B.A. committees . He wa s a membe r of Phi Kapp a Phi, Chi in liberal arts in 1952, an d an M.S. in meteorolog y in Epsilo n Pi, Sigm a Xi, an d th e AMS . Th e succes s of a 1953 . In 1961 he received his Ph.D. in meteorology recen t AM S symposiu m [J. Appl. Meteor., 3 1 (8) ] wa s fro m Texa s A& M University. du e in part to th e efforts of Dr. Brundidge, wh o orga- Followin g his studies at th e University of Chicago, nize d the program, coordinated many related activi- h e joine d th e facult y at Texa s A& M University, where ties , and made all arrangements for the meeting. he earne d th e well-deserve d respect of students and Locall y he wa s an active contributor to Little League, colleague s for his conscientious and disciplined ap- a n avid golfer an d bowling enthusiast, an d a member proac h in all his efforts. Preeminently a teacher of an d past-president of the Lions Club. "There is a theoretica l meteorology, he succeede d in presenting beautifu l park in Colleg e Station, grace d by abou t 100 his courses rigorously and with such clarity that his larg e live oaks," noted Dusan Djuric, professor of student s always rated him highly as an effective meteorolog y and a close friend of Brundidge. "It wa s teacher . In recognition of his academic accomplish- Ke n Brundidg e who , wit h his Lion s Clu b friends , planted ment s in th e Colleg e of Geosciences , Brundidge was thes e oaks in th e mid-1960s. W e will remembe r Ken appointe d as the assistant dean for student affairs, ever y tim e w e go throug h that park." 1971-1973 ; assistan t dea n fo r academi c affairs, 1973 - W e shall mis s his war m friendl y smile , his tempere d 1975 ; and head of the Department of Meteorology, sens e of humor, and his firm handshake. 1975-1980 . Further, he received the Faculty Distin- Brundidg e is survive d by his wife , Glenna ; tw o sons, guishe d Achievemen t Awar d in Teaching , 1968, from Kevi n and Timothy; a daughter-in-law, Carla; and th e Department of Meteorology. thre e grandchildren. All reside in College Station, Brundidge' s research efforts extended from early Texas.—Guy A. Franceschini and Phanindramohan consideration s of th e dynamic s an d kinematics of the Das. • je t strea m t o th e near-surfac e structur e of temperatur e Weather Channel Personality to Speak at Northeastern Storm Conference The 18th Annual Northeastern Storm Conference will be held 12-1 4 March 1993 at the Holiday Inn in Sarasota Springs, New York. The guest dinner speaker will be Jim Cantore, a meteorologist from the Weather Channel. Cantore will present the topic "Life of a Meteorologist in Front of the Camera." Due to the success of the poster-paper-type formats presented at the 1992 conference, this aspect will be enlarged at this year's conference. Presentations in either paper or poster format on a project, results of a case study, or on a weather phenomenon will be accepted. A one page summary of the presentation should be submitted by 5 February 1993. A package consisting of maps, conference schedule, area attractions, and any other particulars will be sent to attendees in mid-February. For more information, please contact Stasu C. Bizzarro, President of LSC-AMS/NWA, Lyndon State College, Box 1116, Lyndonville VT 05851; phone: 802-626-9371, ext. 178; fax: 802-626-9770. Bulletin American Meteorological Society

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