AMS Celebrates 100 Years
Join us as we celebrate our history and plan for the challenges of the future.
What Is Your AMS Story?
We are gathering stories to recognize the strength, diversity, and accomplishments of our community, from the beginning right up to today.
Your story is our story. Help us tell it.
Send your story in through Twitter with #ams100 or use the form below.
Most recent stories
Looking back and moving forward: this is the science of weather, water, and climate, from 100 years ago to the present day.
The Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society has led the advancement of weather, water, and climate science since its first issue in 1920. For 2020, we are in the process of making every issue free and available online from cover to cover. Find out how you can help, and explore the BAMS archives.Learn more
A Century of Progress in Atmospheric and Related Sciences: Celebrating the American Meteorological Society Centennial celebrates 100 years of scientific research in the areas covered by AMS publications. The monograph will consist of around 27 articles, which together will review 100 years of progress in key fundamental areas of research and the grand challenges in those areas of research in the coming decades.Learn more
The Centennial Campaign
We're building the next 100 years of AMS. With your support, just imagine what we will accomplish next.
By funding initiatives like student travel grants, science education programs, cross-discipline collaboration efforts, and scholarships, your contribution will help us advance science in the next century and empower the next generation of scientists to change the world.
Last year, AMS gave out 40 scholarships and fellowships to promising students from all across the country.
100 Years, 100 Students
In celebration of our 100th Anniversary, AMS has set a goal to send 100 students to our 2020 Annual Meeting in Boston. Donate today and help us fill up the plane with the next generation of scientists.