Ninth Meeting of the Heads and Chairs of Departments of Atmospheric Science: A Summary

Ninth Meeting of the Heads and Chairs of Departments of Atmospheric Science: A Summary meeting summary Nint h Meeting of the Heads and Chairs of Departments of Atmospheric Science: A Summary Timothy C. Spangler* Cooperative Program for Operational Meteorology, Education and Training, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado 1. Introduction suits of the AMS survey, highlighting those issues that are of particular interest to the university community. The Ninth Meeting of the Heads and Chairs of At- The results were presented in Zevin and Seitter (1994). mospheric Science Departments was held at the Na- After her presentation, she led a group discussion on tional Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) various issues. Two issues were of particular concern Foothills Laboratory on 13-14 October 1994. As is and interest to the participants. The first was the lack customary, the meeting was cosponsored by the of minorities in the society, reflecting low numbers American Meteorological Society (AMS) and the in the field. The AMS survey results were quite dis- University Corporation for Atmospheric Research couraging in this area. Comparison with earlier sur- (UCAR). The program committee included represen- veys (Kellogg 1977; Stephens and Kazarosian 1992) tatives from UCAR and the AMS Board for Meteo- suggests that the AMS minority population will not rological and Oceanographic http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

Ninth Meeting of the Heads and Chairs of Departments of Atmospheric Science: A Summary

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meeting summary Nint h Meeting of the Heads and Chairs of Departments of Atmospheric Science: A Summary Timothy C. Spangler* Cooperative Program for Operational Meteorology, Education and Training, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado 1. Introduction suits of the AMS survey, highlighting those issues that are of particular interest to the university community. The Ninth Meeting of the Heads and Chairs of At- The results were presented in Zevin and Seitter (1994). mospheric Science Departments was held at the Na- After her presentation, she led a group discussion on tional Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) various issues. Two issues were of particular concern Foothills Laboratory on 13-14 October 1994. As is and interest to the participants. The first was the lack customary, the meeting was cosponsored by the of minorities in the society, reflecting low numbers American Meteorological Society (AMS) and the in the field. The AMS survey results were quite dis- University Corporation for Atmospheric Research couraging in this area. Comparison with earlier sur- (UCAR). The program committee included represen- veys (Kellogg 1977; Stephens and Kazarosian 1992) tatives from UCAR and the AMS Board for Meteo- suggests that the AMS minority population will not rological and Oceanographic

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Published: Feb 13, 1996

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