Fermi National Laboratory

Volume 22  |  Friday, July 2, 1999  |  Number 13
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MILESTONES

URA Scholarship AWARDS

Christopher J. Becker, son of Michael Becker, FES/Roads and Grounds who plans to attend Northwestern University.

Nathaniel W. Grobe, son of Deborah Grobe, ES&H section who plans to attend Northwestern University.

Alice Hsiung, daughter of Yee Bob Hsiung, PPD/Exp. Physics Projects who plans to attend Amherst College in Amherst, MA.

Rachel Mackenzie, daughter of Paul Mackenzie, PPD/Theory Group who plans to attend Stanford University.

Paul Michelotti, son of Leo Michelotti, BD/Beams Physics Department who plans to attend Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, IL.

Peter Poole, son of Patti Poole, PPD/Conference Office who is undecided on where he will continue his education.

Aravind Raghu, son of Usha Raghyu, LS/Library who plans to attend University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign.

Parminder Reehal, daughter of Jagir Reehal, BD/Cryogenic Systems who plans to attend University of Illinois-Chicago.

Peter Schmidt, son of Eugene Schmidt, PPD/CDF who plans to attend Wheaton College.

Gregory Schuh, son of Keith Schuh, PPD/CDF who plans to attend Indiana University.

Frances Spalding, daughter of William Spalding, PPD/CDF who plans to attend Cornell University.

Matthew Strait, son of Jim Strait, TD/Technical Support who plans to attend Carleton College in Northfield, MN.

RETIRING

John Satti, I.D. # 72, on August 19 from the Beams Division/AS/Mechanical Support. His last work day will be July 30.

John Venard, I.D. #8287 on July 2 from the Directorate.

LAB NOTE

Go to http://www.fnal.gov/orgs/fermilab_users_org/users_agenda_99.html for more information on the Users’ Meeting.

Users Meeting / Festa Italiana

Fermilab users will hold their annual Users’ Meeting on July 7 and 8, 1999, at Fermilab. The traditional Users’ Meeting reception at the Users’ Center at 6:00 p.m. on the evening of Wednesday, July 7, will be followed by a Festa Italiana, sponsored by the Fermilab Italian community, beginning at 7:30 p.m. at Kuhn Barn in the Fermilab Village.

Users will devote the day on Wednesday, July 7, to a consideration of the future of Fermilab and of particle physics in the U.S. Speakers include Fermilab’s Mike Witherell and Chris Quigg, theorist Fred Gilman of Carnegie Mellon University and DOE’s Peter Rosen. A panel will discuss the question "How does U.S. HEP consider, organize for, decide on and get to the future?"

All in the Fermilab community, including the users, are invited to the Festa Italiana, whose highlights will include the 6:30 p.m. opening of an exhibition of works by Italian painter and engraver Giancarlo Tognoni, with a silent auction of his works; a feast of Italian dolci, or desserts, and music at Kuhn Barn at 7:30; and a raffle of paintings on silk by Gianpaola Pauletta, also at the the Barn.



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