The AMS Congressional Science Fellow Reports Editor's note: The following first-person narrative comes from this year's AMS Congressional Science Fellow, Tim Benner. In the first of what we expect will be quarterly reports, Tim will be sharing his experi- ences on Capitol Hill with BAMS readers as he delves deeper into his work as a legislative assistant to Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT). Through the A A AS Congressional Fellowship program, AMS hopes to make a contribution to nurturing the next generation of policy makers who will enhance the vitality of atmospheric sciences and services, the meteorological profession, and indeed, science as a whole, on a continuing basis. My Congressional Science Fellowship is only two only among science Fellows. The entire class of AAAS months old, but already I'm deeply engaged in some- Congressional Science Fellows this year includes 95 thing that's fun and interesting—but also serious. I'm individuals working not only in Congress but in such looking forward to the rest of the year and the new executive branch agencies as the State Department, the Congress, when my orientation and first few months Environmental Protection Agency, the Federal Depart- on the jo b should allow me to hit the
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Published: Jan 1, 2001
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