serves as Chairperson, and is appointed for a five- q. Board of Meteorological and Oceanographic Edu- year term, renewable for one additional term of five cation in Universities: To promote undergraduate, years. graduate, and continuing education and training in the atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic p. Board of School and Popular Meteorological and sciences; to comment periodically on requirements for undergraduate education in these disciplines; and Oceanographic Education: To organize and pro- to foster knowledge of these areas among scientists mote an aggressive program for science and math- and practitioners in related fields. ematics education in the schools of the United States, a program designed to increase the level of apprecia- tion of the importance of the atmospheric and related r. Board on Women and Minorities: To increase the oceanic and hydrologic sciences in everyday life; to participation of women and minorities in the atmo- promote the development and use of accurate educa- spheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences; tional resources; and to be concerned with educa- to recommend and develop programs and ideas for tional and other materials that engage citizens in educational and professional opportunities for women ways that help them appreciate and respect the envi- and minorities; and to survey periodically the mem- ronment. bership and report on the Society's character, demo- graphics, and professional needs. K 4 All meetings of AMS committees, boards, and the Council are, in principal, open to members of the Soci- ety, although portions of some meetings may be held in executive session when dealing with personnel issues, awards, or other matters of a confidential nature. As a matter of courtesy and to ensure adequately sized meeting rooms, members wishing to observe a particular committee, board, or Council meeting should contact its chairperson in advance. Members may re- quest a place on the agenda by following a similar procedure. Please feel free to contact AMS Headquarters for assistance. 158 7 Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Aug 1, 1999
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