Summary of AMS Participation in the 1989 International Science and Engineering Affiliated Fairs

Summary of AMS Participation in the 1989 International Science and Engineering Affiliated Fairs special news feature Summary of AMS Participation in the 1989 International Science and Engineering Affiliated Fairs The International Science and Engineering Affiliated neering, Environmental Sciences, Mathematics, and Fairs (ISEF) are held annually to inspire student inter- Physics, 14 projects were determined applicable to est in the pure and applied sciences. Fairs held on the atmospheric sciences. The judging team chose the local and regional level throughout the year pro- the following three winners after several rounds of interviews. vide an opportunity for young science enthusiasts to plan and execute projects that will be judged by professional scientists. As it has for the past 13 years, the AMS participated actively in events affiliated with the ISEF. Chapter members who judged science fairs have dedicated time and effort to encourage students in the atmospheric and related sciences. Summaries of local and regional level competitions can be found following the summary of winners at the 40th Inter- national Science and Engineering Fair. Science fairs are structured to allow participation by students at many levels from local to national. As students win recognition they advance onto the next level of competition. Regional science and engineer- ing fairs in a city, county, group of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

Summary of AMS Participation in the 1989 International Science and Engineering Affiliated Fairs

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-70.12.1593
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special news feature Summary of AMS Participation in the 1989 International Science and Engineering Affiliated Fairs The International Science and Engineering Affiliated neering, Environmental Sciences, Mathematics, and Fairs (ISEF) are held annually to inspire student inter- Physics, 14 projects were determined applicable to est in the pure and applied sciences. Fairs held on the atmospheric sciences. The judging team chose the local and regional level throughout the year pro- the following three winners after several rounds of interviews. vide an opportunity for young science enthusiasts to plan and execute projects that will be judged by professional scientists. As it has for the past 13 years, the AMS participated actively in events affiliated with the ISEF. Chapter members who judged science fairs have dedicated time and effort to encourage students in the atmospheric and related sciences. Summaries of local and regional level competitions can be found following the summary of winners at the 40th Inter- national Science and Engineering Fair. Science fairs are structured to allow participation by students at many levels from local to national. As students win recognition they advance onto the next level of competition. Regional science and engineer- ing fairs in a city, county, group of

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Dec 1, 1989

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