science fair winners

science fair winners The Nashville, Tennessee, Convention Center view process critical in deciphering the degree of hosted the 43d International Science and Engineering student knowledge, technical skill, and creative ability Fair (ISEF) 11-15 May 1992. Over 65 professional for final evaluation. scientific, engineering, and federal organizations pro- The Society awards monetary recognition and books vided judges for special awards at the ISEF. The AMS as well as certificates of achievement to the top three judging team consisted of Dale Kaiser, Oak Ridge winners. In addition, this year the AMS provided each National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee; Joanne winner with a one-year subscription to the Bulletin. This represented an inaugural effort to also expose Logan, Institute of Agriculture, University of Tennes- and familiarize student winners with the broad scope see, Knoxville, Tennessee; Lt. Col. Charles Holliday, of professional activities in the field of meteorology. Air Force Global Weather Center, Offutt AFB, Ne- braska; and Ronald Howes, WTVF, Nashville, Ten- First-Plac e Award : Griffin M. Weber, 14, a fresh- nessee. man at Denbign High School, Newport News, Virginia, received the AMS special award of $250 for the best atmospheric science exhibit at the ISEF. Weber's work concerned "Asthma and Weather: A Three Year http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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The Nashville, Tennessee, Convention Center view process critical in deciphering the degree of hosted the 43d International Science and Engineering student knowledge, technical skill, and creative ability Fair (ISEF) 11-15 May 1992. Over 65 professional for final evaluation. scientific, engineering, and federal organizations pro- The Society awards monetary recognition and books vided judges for special awards at the ISEF. The AMS as well as certificates of achievement to the top three judging team consisted of Dale Kaiser, Oak Ridge winners. In addition, this year the AMS provided each National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee; Joanne winner with a one-year subscription to the Bulletin. This represented an inaugural effort to also expose Logan, Institute of Agriculture, University of Tennes- and familiarize student winners with the broad scope see, Knoxville, Tennessee; Lt. Col. Charles Holliday, of professional activities in the field of meteorology. Air Force Global Weather Center, Offutt AFB, Ne- braska; and Ronald Howes, WTVF, Nashville, Ten- First-Plac e Award : Griffin M. Weber, 14, a fresh- nessee. man at Denbign High School, Newport News, Virginia, received the AMS special award of $250 for the best atmospheric science exhibit at the ISEF. Weber's work concerned "Asthma and Weather: A Three Year

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