Science Fair

Science Fair On 14 May this year, the The AMS was among American Meteorological Society 55 professional, industrial, and gov- presented awards to three U.S. high ernmental organizations providing school students participating in the judges to administer special awards at 49th International Science and Engi- the ISEF. The AMS judging team in- neering Fair (ISEF) in Fort Worth, cluded Skip Ely and Jim Stefkovich Texas. These awards, ranging from of the National Weather Service Fore- $1000 to $250, recognized outstand- cast Office (NWSFO) in Fort Worth ing student work in atmospheric sci- and Charles Holliday of the Air Force ence-related projects. Weather Agency, Offutt Air Force Science Service, Inc.'s ISEF is the Base, Nebraska. pinnacle event in a year-long process The ISEF includes 13 disciplinary of local, regional, state, and national categories ranging from behavioral science fairs. More than 1000 students and social sciences to zoology. Often, from the United States, its territories, and over 25 ad- AMS award winners come from the core earth and space ditional countries participated in the event held at the science category, including this year's top winner, Jen- Fort Worth Convention Center. nifer Andrews of Alexandria, Virginia. However, AMS judges may find atmosphere-related projects in http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

Science Fair

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American Meteorological Society
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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-79.12.2785
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Abstract

On 14 May this year, the The AMS was among American Meteorological Society 55 professional, industrial, and gov- presented awards to three U.S. high ernmental organizations providing school students participating in the judges to administer special awards at 49th International Science and Engi- the ISEF. The AMS judging team in- neering Fair (ISEF) in Fort Worth, cluded Skip Ely and Jim Stefkovich Texas. These awards, ranging from of the National Weather Service Fore- $1000 to $250, recognized outstand- cast Office (NWSFO) in Fort Worth ing student work in atmospheric sci- and Charles Holliday of the Air Force ence-related projects. Weather Agency, Offutt Air Force Science Service, Inc.'s ISEF is the Base, Nebraska. pinnacle event in a year-long process The ISEF includes 13 disciplinary of local, regional, state, and national categories ranging from behavioral science fairs. More than 1000 students and social sciences to zoology. Often, from the United States, its territories, and over 25 ad- AMS award winners come from the core earth and space ditional countries participated in the event held at the science category, including this year's top winner, Jen- Fort Worth Convention Center. nifer Andrews of Alexandria, Virginia. However, AMS judges may find atmosphere-related projects in

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Dec 1, 1998

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