Have a safe day!
Fire drill Oct. 22
A fire drill will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 22.
Wilson Hall emergency warden training
If you are a current or new emergency warden and have not gone through annual training, please contact John Kent via e-mail or at x4753.
Bike path closures begin Oct. 20
Beginning Monday, Oct. 20, the bike path between Road D and the Wilson Hall east parking area will close for construction. A project will begin Monday to install a redundant source of drinking water for Wilson Hall. Crews will excavate and install a water service pipe between the reflecting pond and the Tevatron berm, adjacent to the bike/walking path. Check the map for alternate routes. All bicyclists should follow Illinois regulations and be aware of their surroundings and traffic. Contact Tom Lackowski at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Lecture on Litvinenko death
Borys Mychalczak, a New York-based associate clinical professor in radiation
oncology, will present "The Death of Alexander Litvinenko: Understanding the
Health Effects of Polonium 210 Exposure" at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 26, in
Wilson Hall's One West. The talk is sponsored by The Ukrainian Medical
Association of North America, Illinois Branch, as part of its fall lecture,
which coincides with a tour of Fermilab. The lecture is free and open to all
Fermilab employees and users.
DreamWeaver CS3: Advanced Nov. 5
An advanced course in Dreamweaver CS3 will take place Nov. 5. Attendees can learn to establish database connectivity, work with record sets, create interactive page elements and administer database records and Web sites. Attendees can also learn to create a user authentication system. Learn more and enroll
Word Tips, Tricks & Techniques Nov. 6
A class in tips, tricks and techniques for Microsoft Word will take place Nov. 6. This class will allow attendees to use Word to enable better time management. Learn these tips and shortcuts to enhance task performance and create more appealing documents. Learn more and enroll