Argonne is proud to welcome its newest employee resource group, ABLED, which stands for Argonne Backs, Listens and Educates for Disabilities. ABLED is open to a wide community of employees, including those with a disability and employees who have a family member with a disability. It is also a great resource for managers and employees looking … Read More
Jaclyn Jensen of DePaul University will present “Strategies for Leading a Positive Workplace Culture” Wednesday, Sept. 19, at noon in Building 202, Room B169.
Jensen will discuss the differences between workplace … Read More »
Members of the Argonne community are invited to serve on the organizing committee for Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day (IGED), an all-day diversity outreach program designed for middle school girls that provides an opportunity to learn about science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers.
Members of the organizing committee will attend occasional meetings and assist … Read More »
I’m extremely proud of the work we do here at Argonne — leading in discovery science, innovating with advanced technology, expanding into new frontiers and contributing to U.S. prosperity and security. Without a doubt, Argonne has built its reputation on solving grand challenges that impact our citizens, our country and the world. I thank … Read More »
Argonne’s Annual Department of Energy (DOE) Laboratory Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Plan: Fiscal Year 2018 has been posted on the Leadership Institute’s website. The plan establishes a framework for development of an inclusive workplace that values and respects the contributions of all employees by establishing a D&I mission, vision … Read More »
“Core values define who we are, guide our decision-making and govern how we act as a community,” Argonne Director Paul Kearns told employees at Tuesday’s all-hands meeting.
Kearns and Chief of Staff Megan Clifford presented the laboratory’s new core values to employees who watched in locations across the site and remotely via live stream. These … Read More »
The Women in Science and Technology (WIST) Program is seeking committee members to support the organization’s mission of promoting the success of women at the laboratory. WIST has a broad base of volunteers enabling its initiatives to thrive and benefit Argonne’s culture, visibility and ability to attract a diverse workforce.
WIST is seeking steering … Read More »
Caroline Simard, research director at The Claymen Institute for Gender Studies, Stanford University, and Paul Chiames, chief human resources officer (2014-2018) at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, will present “See Bias, Block Bias: A Case … Read More »
Argonne and the Association for Women in Science (AWIS) Chicago are co-hosting AWIS’s 40th anniversary celebration on Thursday, May 31, 2018, from 2 to 8 p.m. in the Building 240 TCS Conference Center.
The Chicago Area Chapter of the Association for Women in Science (AWIS Chicago) was founded in 1978 as a local chapter of … Read More »
Each of us fulfills an important role for the lab to be known for original ideas, working safely and delivering lasting impact on society through exemplary research and operations. I value your contributions.
I also value your opinions. I am pleased to see that 62 percent of employees lab-wide — more than half in … Read More »
- Computational Inference and Forecasting with Imperfect Data and ModelsNovember 14 - 10:30 am
- MicroED: Conception, Practice, and Future OpportunitiesNovember 14 - 11:00 am
- Revealing the Structure and Function of Membrane Proteins through NanotechnologyNovember 14 - 11:00 am
- Atos Delivers World’s Highest Performing Quantum Simulator to Argonne National LaboratoryNovember 12, 2018
- Chicago Quantum Summit draws experts from industry, government, and academiaNovember 12, 2018
- Model BehaviorNovember 9, 2018