After September's terrorist strikes, security changes at Denver International Airport caused security checks at the facility to last as long as a screening of Titanic. Shortly thereafter, KOA added reports about the length of the wait to the tail end of newscasts, tossing out times along with mentions of current temperatures and road conditions -- for which the city's travelers owe the station a debt of gratitude.
After September's terrorist strikes, security changes at Denver International Airport caused security checks at the facility to last as long as a screening of Titanic. Shortly thereafter, KOA added reports about the length of the wait to the tail end of newscasts, tossing out times along with mentions of current temperatures and road conditions -- for which the city's travelers owe the station a debt of gratitude.
Roland Madden, a research scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, won the 2002 Jule G. Charney Award from the American Meteorological Society "for pioneering investigations of atmospheric predictability, global waves and the intraseasonal oscillation." Given the inaccuracy of so many of his media brethren, maybe he should be on TV.
Roland Madden, a research scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research, won the 2002 Jule G. Charney Award from the American Meteorological Society "for pioneering investigations of atmospheric predictability, global waves and the intraseasonal oscillation." Given the inaccuracy of so many of his media brethren, maybe he should be on TV.


Significant Opportunities in Atmospheric Research and Science, a mentoring program offered by the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, recently received a Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring, one of ten handed out nationwide, for the way it allows students in underserved communities to get a shot at a career in the sciences. Last year, 43 students participated, including 21 who took part in a ten-week internship in Boulder. Several students who've utilized the program in past years are now working full-time in the field.
Significant Opportunities in Atmospheric Research and Science, a mentoring program offered by the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, recently received a Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring, one of ten handed out nationwide, for the way it allows students in underserved communities to get a shot at a career in the sciences. Last year, 43 students participated, including 21 who took part in a ten-week internship in Boulder. Several students who've utilized the program in past years are now working full-time in the field.

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