This week, I had the privilege to recognize nearly 200 employees for their long-term service and commitment to the lab. We can all be grateful for these individuals, who have spent 20, 30, 40 and even 55 years building Argonne into a world-class, multidisciplinary scientific institution. They have experienced so much — from early use … Read More
I am honored to be named Argonne’s Laboratory Director. As you know, this is an extraordinary place and a powerhouse of talent. We have a long history of driving discovery and innovation, and our future is equally exciting.
As my tenure begins, I look forward to continuing the progress we have made. Together, … Read More »
Last week, I was pleased to host the CP-1 Symposium, marking the 75th anniversary of Enrico Fermi’s historic discovery that led to the founding of Argonne. Attendees had a chance to … Read More »
As we head into the long holiday weekend, please take the opportunity to rest, relax and enjoy so that we are all refreshed and focused for a strong finish to FY17. … Read More »
Depending on your daily round at the lab, you may have noticed that new safety restraints have been installed to prevent gas cylinders from tipping over in Building 200. An alert … Read More »
“Conversations” is a weekly informal gathering with Interim Laboratory Director Paul Kearns and his colleagues in senior leadership who plan to join him from time to time. All employees are invited to attend and share their ideas, comments and concerns.
These gatherings take place every Monday from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. in the Bldg. 213 … Read More »
June has been a busy month. In addition to keeping our great science going here at the lab, we have been raising Argonne’s visibility outside our campus — engaging … Read More »
Today the President issued his budget request for fiscal year 2018, marking the first step in a long and complex process to reach a final federal budget. Members of the House … Read More »
The lab has taken some important steps forward since my last message, including drafting our annual lab plan.
Acknowledging such progress is especially important amid the news headlines coming out of Washington about the FY17 and FY18 budgets. Today, Congress passed another weeklong continuing resolution to maintain the current level of funding through May 5, … Read More »
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