UCAR 2013 Annual Meetings - Follow-Up

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UCAR Members' Meeting:

Election Results

Board of Trustees:
The Members elected/re-elected the following to the UCAR Board of Trustees:

Institutional Trustees


Member Committees:
The Members elected the following new committees members:

PACUR: New members serving a 3-year term

  • Yvette Richardson, Pennsylvania State University
  • Terri Adams, Howard University
  • Cecilia Bitz, University of Washington
  • Brian Mapes, University of Miami
  • Jennifer Small, University of Hawaii
  • Tracie Holloway, University of Wisconsin, Madison
  • Dan Czizco, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Member's Nominating Committee:  1-year term

  • Bill Easterling, Pennsylvania State University
  • Roni Avissar, University of Miami
  • Amanda Lynch, Brown University
  • Kirk Maasch, University of Maine
  • Berrien Morre, University of Oklahoma
  • Sumant Nigam, University of Maryland
  • Alan Robock, Rutgers University
  • Gene Takle, Iowa State University

Membership Committee:  3-year term

  • Kirk Maasch, University of Maine
  • Jim Carton, University of Maryland
  • Daniel Keyser, SUNY Albany
  • Todd Sikora, Millersville University.

Membership Committee Report:

The following institutions Memberships in UCAR were renewed for the next 8 years.

And the following former Academic Affiliates were renewed for the next 8 years:

  • Florida Institute of Technology
  • University of Louisiana, Monroe
  • Plymouth State University
  • San Francisco State University
  • St. Cloud State University

The Members up for renewal in 2014 are:

  • SUNY, Albany
  • College of Charleston
  • Harvard University
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Scripps Institution of Oceanography
  • SUNY, Stony Brook
  • University of Toronto

The Member Procedures for preparing your renewal application can be found here.

Bylaw voting results

Of the six proposed by-law amendments, #3—Combining Member and Affiliate levels into one Membership category—passed with the required 2/3 vote.