Our laboratory has a long history of outstanding research, innovation and collaboration. We want to be known for next-generation research and science, exemplary operations and an outstanding work environment with great people and teams. Of late, our safety record has cast a shadow on our ability to execute our mission. Last month, I wrote to … Read More
Approximately 200 employees attended recent workshops presented by Peggy Vasquez, a chief executive assistant at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Sponsored by the Argonne Leadership Institute, the workshops focused on building effective partnerships between managers and administrative … Read More »
LDRD Seminar Series: ‘The CLAS12 Luminosity Upgrade: Tracking Detectors for the Next Decade and Beyond’
Postdoctoral Appointee Whitney Armstrong (PHY) will discuss his Laboratory-Directed Research and Development (LDRD) sponsored work at the LDRD Seminar Series presentation Tuesday, April 3, 2018. “The CLAS12 Luminosity Upgrade: Tracking Detectors for the Next … Read More »
In the last installment of the Women in Science and Technology Program’s (WIST) video history series, WIST members look ahead and discuss how to build on their past and current efforts to recruit, retain, and promote and strengthen the laboratory’s scientific workforce.
The WIST video history is part of the group’s celebration of Women’s History … Read More »
Learn how to improve your posture without risking injury at the “Slouchy = Grouchy: The Importance of Posture” class Tuesday, April 3, 2018, at 12:15 p.m. in the Building 402 Lower Gallery.
Led by Physical Therapy Program Manager Jaimin Shah (HEW), participants will learn tips on how to straighten up and maintain a good posture.
All … Read More »
Mark Hereld (MCS) spotted this mother crayfish near Building 240 recently. Note the hatchlings clinging to the underside of her tail.
By Lydia Finney, Argonne Leadership Institute-HRS
The philosopher Aristotle wrote, “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.” Yet, it takes intention and effort to lift our heads and see everything we can do for those around us — to make our whole organization thrive.
I am excited to have the opportunity to … Read More »
U.S. Department of Energy Under Secretary Mark W. Menezes just happened to be sporting an APS-Upgrade scarf when he met with Argonne Lab Director Paul Kearns on Friday, March 23. … Read More »
In February 2018, Joseph Keslin (BIS), Shari MacGregor (BIS), Madonna Pence (BIS), Kerri Schroeder (BIS) and Betty Waterman (CPA) received Gold Spot Awards for their efforts to organize, revise, edit and correct Argonne’s new Electrical Safety Manual.
The team, led by Pence, devoted numerous hours since early fall 2017 to take on the task … Read More »
The UChicago Physical Sciences Division Women in Science, Argonne’s Women in Science and Technology Program (WIST) and the Women of FermiLab are hosting a reception at the University of Chicago designed to help us expand their scientific networks, share initiatives from their respective organizations and discuss new ideas on how to … Read More »
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