Wilson Hall Package Delivery|
For the next few weeks, package delivery in Wilson Hall will only take place
for a couple of hours each day. If you need a package outside of those hours
and would like to pick it up yourself, please call Stan Boyson at x4753.
The next Unix-Users meeting will be on April 28 at 1:00 p.m.
in Curia II. The agenda follows:
- brief status of Fermi Linux 9.0.1 (Remember: it will be going away)
- brief summary of Scientific Linux (new name for HEPL)
- Fermi Linux Logo design contest
- Tips and Tricks - TBA, send mail to Connie or Troy for suggestions
- Quiz - TBA
- Questions and Answers
April 27 - Outlook 2003 Advanced
April 28 & 30 - Authoring Tech Reports Using MS Word
May 3 - 7 - AutoCAD, two sessions AM & PM
May 11 - 13 & May 20 - 21 Java Intro
May 18 & 19 - Access 2000 Application Development
May 24 & 25 - Dreamweaver MX 2004 Intro
May 26 & 27 - Dreamweaver MX 2004 Advanced
June 15 & 17 - HTML Intro, Intro to Web Publishing (two half days)
June 16 - Accomplishment Report Writing
June 21 - 25 LabView Intermediate I: Successful Dev. Prac. -
two sessions AM & PM
June 29 - July 1 HTML Intermediate, Enhanced Layout
July 8 & 21 - Accomplishment Report Writing
Brown Bag Seminar
Human Resources presents
a Brown Bag Seminar
HR Q&A Session on Wednesday, April 28 from noon to 1:00 p.m.
The seminar will take place in the Huddle Conference Room, which is located in
the Accelerator Division Cross Gallery.
Bring your lunch and ask questions of:
Kay Van Vreede (Section Head), Juanita Frazier (Employee Relations),
Borys Jurkiw (Compensation/Visa), Dianne Engram (Employment/EOO) and
Scott Lindsey (Benefits).
This is not a presentation. This Brown Bag Seminar is an
opportunity for you to ask general questions.
If you have question of a private or personal
nature, you should see the Human Resources
group on the 15th floor.
DASTOW posters are still available. If you did not receive a DASTOW poster last Thursday,
you may pick one up at Public Affairs, located on the first floor of Wilson Hall.