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Reflection on AMS 99th Annual Conference Part 3: Purposes of Conference

After covering last summer’s project, misadventures and fun experiences, what was the point of presenting the whole summer as a poster in the conference? That was one way students and scientists in that field shared knowledge to other students and professionals. As scientists, we do research on our subject, collect ...

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Reflection on AMS 99th Annual Conference Part 1: Meteorology in military

I wanted to shift from my usual topics in my articles to discuss and reflect on American Meteorology Society’s (AMS) 99th Annual Conference in Phoenix, AZ.  As part of my REU (Research Experiences for Undergraduates) project at National Weather Center in Norman, Oklahoma last summer, I was able to attend ...

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OPINION: Freedom of expression is never free

This year has been an exceptionally diverse year, with police shootings, people shooting police, Gabby Douglas not putting her hand over her heart and now Colin Kaepernick sitting down during the National Anthem. “I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that ...

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Amputee veteran helps train troops for war

SAN DIEGO — The sailor had been back from war for just over a year when friends invited him to watch an unusually emotional training exercise for troops preparing to deploy. The drill happened not on a military base but at a film studio, where Marine and Navy medics role-played ...

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APSU named among top military friendly universities in nation

»Diona Gardner Guest Writer APSU has been recognized by Military Advanced Education magazine in their 2013 Guide to America’s Top Military Friendly Colleges and Universities. The Military Advanced Education magazine is a journal of higher education for service men and women. Published since 2005, the magazine used a panel of ...

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