Registration is open to teams and individuals looking to join Argonne’s recreational 16-inch softball league. A Chicago classic, 16-inch softball is played without gloves (although women are allowed to wear gloves). The league, now entering its 70th season, … Read More
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The Next Generation Society (NGS) invites Argonne staff to participate in a brief anonymous survey, intended to help identify resources NGS should provide to best meet the various needs of the lab community. The survey can be completed in a few minutes.
NGS is an Employee Resource Group that enables employees across the laboratory to … Read More »
Would you like to chat with Argonne Director Paul Kearns in an informal, small-group setting to learn more about, and provide input on, the laboratory’s strategic directions, research priorities, safety programs and more?
“Conversations with Kearns” gives you the opportunity to do just that. In 2018, these meetings will be held every two weeks, in … Read More »
Bruce Hoster (FAC) and Steven Macewko (FAC) put forth extraordinary effort, expertise, precision and care in successfully executing repairs to a critical part on a Klystron assembly at the Advanced Photon Source that was severely damaged. This apparatus is used to produce up to 1 MW of radio frequency and is worth more than $1 million. Without … Read More »
Joe Metallo (STE) joined Argonne in January 2018 to head up Argonne’s newly organized Global Travel Services and Security team, making travel a more secure, comfortable and stress-free experience for all employees.
What’s your … Read More »
“Biosafety, Biosecurity and Dual-Use Research of Concern” will be the topic of a special presentation on Thursday, April 12, 2018, by Joseph Kanabrocki, associate vice-president for research safety and professor of microbiology in the Biological Sciences Division of the University of Chicago. The talk is open to Argonne researchers in all divisions and any other … Read More »
The Guest House Restaurant will be closed for lunch on Monday, March 19, 2018, due to a special event.
March is Women’s History Month, dedicated to encouraging the study, observance and celebration of the vital role of women in American history. In this spirit, “I Am Argonne” is both a reflection on this history and an opportunity to learn what it means to individual employees.
In observance of Women’s History Month, the latest digital … Read More »
In honor of former Associate Laboratory Director Harry Weerts’ recent retirement, a symposium and dinner is planned for Monday, April 9, 2018, at Argonne.
The event is intended to bring the scientific community together to celebrate Weerts’ distinguished career.
The symposium will begin at 1 p.m. and consist of a half-day of talks centering on … Read More »