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
The employee resource group Spectrum and the Women in Science and Technology Program will host a seminar “Becoming Tatyana – a Transgender Woman’s Journey of Self-discovery,” Thursday, March 29, 2018, from … Read More »
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The latest TWIST tour (Tours of the Women in Science and Technology Program) will explore Argonne’s scientific glassblowing facility which provides scientists the opportunity to acquire sophisticated custom glassware to assist them in their research activities. After successful design interaction between the glassblower and scientists, components are fabricated using glass … Read More »
In celebration of Women’s History Month, Argonne’s Women in Science and Technology Program (WIST) has created a series of videos reflecting on the group’s own history.
In the current installment, WIST members reflect on the impact the group’s efforts have had at the laboratory. View the video here.
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 »
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 »
“To succeed personally and professionally takes the help and support of those around you,” Laboratory Director Paul Kearns said recently as he prepared … Read More »
It is often said that we cannot know who we are today, or set the course of where we are headed, without knowing our history. This is equally true of Women’s History … Read More »
Recently, we discussed the value in asking questions to keep a conversation going. What happens when you don’t know where to start?
One common answer I’ve heard when I ask mentees if they’ve met with their mentors is, “I would, but I don’t know what to talk about.” Well, that surely can … Read More »
The Argonne Leadership Institute invites employees to attend a morning of workshops, Thursday, March 1, 2018, presented by Peggy Vasquez, author, international speaker and coach. These workshops are designed for administrative professionals and those who interact with them and will take place in the Building 402 Auditorium.
For all employees: 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.: … Read More »
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