Television Seals of Approval

Television Seals of Approval homa Climatological Survey, NOAA's Cooperative Th e University of Institute for Mesoscale Meteorology Studies, and Oklahom a recently NSF's CAPS, with the School of Meteorology at the honore d 26 faculty center's academic heart. The relationship between the members with 16 dif- school and the Weather Center provides the school's ferent awards. The OU students a unique opportunity to interact with the pro- Board of Regents ap- fessionals who staff the myriad organizations within pointed Kenneth C. the Weather Center. Crawford, a professor Carr has been with the University of Oklahoma in the OU School of since 1979. He began his career there teaching me- Meteorology , a Re- teorology and was named a professor of meteorology gents' Professor, effec - in 1995. He has been associated with CAPS since tive 26 April 1996. 1989, serving as one of the original investigators un- Th e Board of Re- der Doug Lilly and Kelvin Droegemeier. Since 1994 gents awards profes- he has been the associate director of the center. Prior sorships for "outstand- Kenneth c Cmwf()rd to joining the faculty at OU, Carr was a research as- ing service to the uni- sociate at the State University of New York at Albany versity, to the academic community, or to an academic from 1976 to 1979. or professional discipline through extraordinary A student of T. N. Krishnamurti, Carr received achievement in academic administration or profes- his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. from The Florida State Uni- sional service." Crawford will receive a one-time versity in 1969, 1971, and 1977, respectively. award of $6000 and a permanent salary increase of In June 1996, David Boren, president of OU, $6000, beginning in the next fiscal year. awarded Carr the McCasland Foundation Presidential Followin g a 28-year career with the NWS, Fellowship. Carr was among 12 faculty members who Crawford joined the OU faculty in 1989. He was one received a presidential fellowship for excellence in of the driving forces behind the establishment of the teaching, research, and mentorship. The McCasland Oklahoma Mesonet, which consists of 111 meteoro- Foundation Presidential Fellowship is funded by the logical and agricultural measurement stations through- out Oklahoma. McCasland Foundation, which was established by the McCasland family in honor of those family members In addition to his teaching and mentoring respon- who are alumni of OU. Carr received a plaque and a sibilities, Crawford directs the Oklahoma Climatologi- monetary award of $10,000 each year for four years. cal Survey, located in Norman. Crawford is a Fellow He plans to use a significant portion of the fellowship of the AMS. He has served on many committees for to fund student awards and small scholarships. the AMS and for the OU' s School of Meteorology. Peter J. Lamb, pro- fessor of meteorology, wa s honored with a Television Seals Regents ' Award for of Approval Superior Research and Creativ e Activity. 865 William G. Jacquemin 1996 Lamb received a mon- 866 Cecilia Sanvido 1996 etary award of $2000 and his name was in- Certified Consulting scribed on a plaque, Meteorologists which hangs in Jacob- Peter J. Lamb Hall o n th e O U son 561 Francis L. Ludwig 1996 campus. 562 Mark J. Burzinski 1996 Lamb is the director of the Cooperati ve Institute for 563 Michael F. Lepage 1996 Mesoscale and Meteorological Studies. He and his students have studied the El Nino phenomenon in the Vol. 77, No. 9, September 1 99 6 203 0 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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homa Climatological Survey, NOAA's Cooperative Th e University of Institute for Mesoscale Meteorology Studies, and Oklahom a recently NSF's CAPS, with the School of Meteorology at the honore d 26 faculty center's academic heart. The relationship between the members with 16 dif- school and the Weather Center provides the school's ferent awards. The OU students a unique opportunity to interact with the pro- Board of Regents ap- fessionals who staff the myriad organizations within pointed Kenneth C. the Weather Center. Crawford, a professor Carr has been with the University of Oklahoma in the OU School of since 1979. He began his career there teaching me- Meteorology , a Re- teorology and was named a professor of meteorology gents' Professor, effec - in 1995. He has been associated with CAPS since tive 26 April 1996. 1989, serving as one of the original investigators un- Th e Board of Re- der Doug Lilly and Kelvin Droegemeier. Since 1994 gents awards profes- he has been the associate director of the center. Prior sorships for "outstand- Kenneth c Cmwf()rd to joining the faculty at OU, Carr was a research as- ing service to the uni- sociate at the State University of New York at Albany versity, to the academic community, or to an academic from 1976 to 1979. or professional discipline through extraordinary A student of T. N. Krishnamurti, Carr received achievement in academic administration or profes- his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. from The Florida State Uni- sional service." Crawford will receive a one-time versity in 1969, 1971, and 1977, respectively. award of $6000 and a permanent salary increase of In June 1996, David Boren, president of OU, $6000, beginning in the next fiscal year. awarded Carr the McCasland Foundation Presidential Followin g a 28-year career with the NWS, Fellowship. Carr was among 12 faculty members who Crawford joined the OU faculty in 1989. He was one received a presidential fellowship for excellence in of the driving forces behind the establishment of the teaching, research, and mentorship. The McCasland Oklahoma Mesonet, which consists of 111 meteoro- Foundation Presidential Fellowship is funded by the logical and agricultural measurement stations through- out Oklahoma. McCasland Foundation, which was established by the McCasland family in honor of those family members In addition to his teaching and mentoring respon- who are alumni of OU. Carr received a plaque and a sibilities, Crawford directs the Oklahoma Climatologi- monetary award of $10,000 each year for four years. cal Survey, located in Norman. Crawford is a Fellow He plans to use a significant portion of the fellowship of the AMS. He has served on many committees for to fund student awards and small scholarships. the AMS and for the OU' s School of Meteorology. Peter J. Lamb, pro- fessor of meteorology, wa s honored with a Television Seals Regents ' Award for of Approval Superior Research and Creativ e Activity. 865 William G. Jacquemin 1996 Lamb received a mon- 866 Cecilia Sanvido 1996 etary award of $2000 and his name was in- Certified Consulting scribed on a plaque, Meteorologists which hangs in Jacob- Peter J. Lamb Hall o n th e O U son 561 Francis L. Ludwig 1996 campus. 562 Mark J. Burzinski 1996 Lamb is the director of the Cooperati ve Institute for 563 Michael F. Lepage 1996 Mesoscale and Meteorological Studies. He and his students have studied the El Nino phenomenon in the Vol. 77, No. 9, September 1 99 6 203 0

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