James R. Hicks 1939 he headed the Mathematics Department at Am- 1915-1989 boy, Illinois, High School. His interest in meteorol- ogy led him to Pasadena, California, where he attended James R. Hicks, a member of the AM S since 1954, California Institute of Technology and earned a B.S. died on 7 June 1989 at his home in Chamberlain, in meteorology in 1940 and a M.S . in 1941. At Cal- Maine. tech he served as an instructor until 1943 when he Jim was born in Portland, Oregon, on 25 October was named an associate professor. During this period 1915, and served in the U.S. Navy as a pilot and he taught synoptic meteorology to cadets studying at flight instructor during World War II. After his dis- Caltech under Air Force contract. Whe n the Depart- charge, he attended the University of Texas, earning ment of Meteorology was disbanded in 1948, Stone a degree in Meteorology. He was a member of the and other staff members joined the Department staff of the U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Chairman, Irving P. Krick, wh o established one of the Engineering Laboratory at Hanover, New Hampshire, nation's first private meteorological consulting firms.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Oct 1, 1989
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