in Reno, Nevada. Her mid-1970s. He received his B.S. fro m the University of forme r position at FSL Texa s at Austin in 1974 and his M.S. and Ph.D. involved th e verification degree s from the University of Oklahom a in 1977 and 1979, respectively. He also completed a one-year of numerical forecasts postdoctoral study at Purdue University. of aviation-impact vari- ables, such as ceiling, Leslie is currently the deputy chief of the Earth visibility , icing, and Systems Science Division at the Marshall Space Flight turbulence, of the Na- Center in Huntsville, Alabama. tiona l Meteorological Center' s (NMC) Eta Paul W. Cousins, chief meteorologist at WGME- mesoscal e model and TV, Portland, Maine, was honored for providing the Rapid Update Cycle, a "Best Weathercast in the State" at the annual Maine mode l developed at Association of Broadcasters Convention. FSL an d recently imple- Cousin s graduated from Middlebury College, Ver- mente d at NMC. This mont, in 1975 an d conducte d environmental research wor k has been spon- MarY M• Cairn s as a geophysicist sore d by the Federal for the U.S. Geo- Aviation Administra-tion's Aviation Weathe r Develop- logical Survey in ment Program. Woods Hole, Mas- Cairns earned her B.S. in meteorology from San sachusetts . He Jos e State University in 1978 and her M.S. in atmo- returne d to the spheric science from Colorado State University in book s and re- 1988. She joined FSL, previously the Program for ceived a B.S. in Regional Forecast and Observin g Systems (PROFS), meteorology from in 1979 after a three-year position as a cooperative Lyndon State Col- educatio n student with th e Environmental Technology lege in 1977. Fol- Laboratory (previously th e Wav e Propagation Labora- lowing broadcast tory) in Boulder. She has held various positions at positions at NBC FSL, including research meteorologist and deputy affiliates in Port- director of PROFS. land , Hartford, Paul W. Cousins an d Boston, he A member of the AM S since 1979, she serves on accepte d a posi- the Committee on Probability and Statistics in the tion with WGME-TV , a CBS affiliate, in 1987. Atmospheri c Sciences. In addition , she is a membe r of the National Weather Association and of its Aviation He wa s selected as th e outstandin g graduate of the Committee . She is also a member of the American 1970s and distinguished alumnus of the year (1985) Geophysica l Union, the America n Statistical Associa- by Lyndo n State College. He wa s also appointe d to th e tion, an d a charter member of the National Council for Advisory Board of the CT Science Fair Association Wome n in Aviation/Aerospace. • an d the Easter Seals Society and was invited as a keynote speaker on several occasion s by th e National Science Foundation, New England Science Teachers Association, Northeast Storm Conference, and U.S. Coast Guar d Power Squadron. He has also serve d on Television Seals of Approval several boards of the National Weather Association an d is currently on the AMS Board of Broadcast Meteorology. 808 Julie Broski 1994 T o augmen t his broadcastin g contributions in Maine, 809 Bruce Jones 1994 Cousins currently directs a meteorologica l consultancy 810 Mel Goldstein 1994 serving industrial, municipal, and media concerns in 81 I Chris Wagenet 1994 northern New England. 812 Dave Vanore 1994 813 Dan Schmit 1994 Mary M. Cairns, chief of the Verification Program 8I 4 William R. Bakula 1994 Branch in the Aviation Division of NOAA's Forecast System s Laboratory (FSL), Boulder, Colorado, has (Listed by Certificate Number) accepte d the position of science and operations of- ficer at the National Weather Service Forecast Office Vol. 75, No. 11, November 1994
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Nov 1, 1994
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