13 – 14 August 2019 Albany, NY
AMS 2019 Summer Community Meeting
The AMS Summer Community Meeting is a special time during the year when professionals from academia, industry, and government (i.e., the Enterprise) come together to discuss broader, strategic priorities, identify opportunities to collaborate, and share points of view on pressing topics. A key focus is always on how new science and technology innovations can be leveraged by the Enterprise to continue enhancing forecasts for users globally as well as how to improve communication of forecasts in our rapidly changing world!
We were excited to be in Albany, NY at the University at Albany with sessions on August 13 and August 14!
As always, we explored opportunities to accelerate growth of the Weather Enterprise and importantly how we can each contribute through enhanced collaboration! Additionally, though a separate event, the NWS held their bi-annual Partner’s Meeting on August 15. The Partners Meeting offered a chance to learn more about the current status and future plans for NWS products and services.
For additional information, please contact Jonathan Porter, BEC Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The list of sessions for the AMS Summer Community Meeting included:
The 2019 Summer Community Meeting was organized and hosted by the American Meteorological Society.
There were several sponsorship opportunities available at the 2019 Summer Community Meeting. All sponsors will receive recognition on the conference website, conference program and signage at event sponsored.
|Early Registration||Late Registration||Early Registration||Late Registration|
|Through July 26||July 27-On-Site||Through July 26||July 27-On-Site|
|AMS Full Member/ Program or Session Chair||$330||$390||$175||$225|
|AMS Student Member||$50||$50||$50||$50|
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Members of the AMS response team:
Keith Seitter, Executive Director
Stephanie Armstrong, Associate Executive Director
Brian Papa, Associate Executive Director
Jen Ives, Meetings Manager
Claudia Gorski, Director of Meetings
Wendy Abshire, Education Program Director
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