Website for Fermilab events: http://www.fnal.gov/faw/events.html
Employees, Users, On-Site Contractors and
Retirees, for information regarding access to
the Fermilab site for participation in the
Recreation Office summer activities go to
MEET SCIENTISTS AT SCIENCE
The popular Ask-a-Scientist program takes place
every Saturday from 1 to 3 p.m. at Fermilab’s
Lederman Science Center. Scientists will meet
visitors and answer questions. The Science Center
with its hands-on science displays is open Monday
through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and every
Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Visitors must use
the Pine Street entrance.
HOUSING ASSIGNMENTS –
FALL 2002/SPRING 2003
The Fermilab Housing Office is now taking requests
from Users for houses, apartments and dormitory
rooms for the Fall of 2002 and Spring of 2003.
Since there will be a large influx of experiments
during the fall/spring, and requests are anticipated
to be in excess of our available facilities, you are
urged to submit your request for reservations to
the Housing Office by Monday, July 8, 2002.
Requests can be made for any period and need
not commence on any particular date. For further
information, please contact the Housing Office at
630-840-3777; fax 630-840-2823; email
Barn dances are held in the Warrenville Community
Building and feature traditional square and contra
dances. Admission is $5 for adults, $2 for age
12-18, and free for under 12 years old. Come with
a partner or without; bring the family or not. For
information on scheduling contact Dave Harding
(x2971, email@example.com) or Lynn Garren (x2061,
firstname.lastname@example.org) or check the webpage at
Free English classes in the Users’ Center for
FNAL guests, visitors and their spouses. The
schedule is: Monday and Friday, 9:30 a.m. to
11:00 a.m. Separate classes for both beginners
and advanced students.
LECTURE SERIES—JUNE 26
Myths are the Earliest Form of Science: My Life
in the Theatre with Ovid, Galileo and Leonardo
Mary Zimmerman, Director of Galileo Galilei at the
8 p.m. WEDNESDAY Tickets $5.
(please note change from usual lecture day)
For further information or telephone reservations,
call 630/840-ARTS weekdays between 9 a.m. and
4 p.m. For a map or further information, please go
to the web page at www.fnal.gov/culture.
JUNE 15—CHERISH THE LADIES
8 p.m. Tickets - $21 ($11 for ages 18 and under)
“Cherish the Ladies from the USA made
their connection from the first note, skillfully managing
the cheers and tears for every second of a torrential
two-hour set. The band brilliantly strutted the very Irish-
American sound which simultaneously exudes a
tremendous joie de vivre and deep nostalgia.”
—The Irish Times (Dublin)
JULY 13—LOS FOLKLORISTAS
8 p.m. Tickets - $19 ($10 for ages 18 and under)
“The only predictable thing about one of their
performances is that something peculiarly true and
beautiful will surface during the evening.”
—Christian Science Monitor
AUGUST 10—GEORGE WINSTON
8 p.m. Tickets - $23 ($12 for ages 18 and under)
“Winston is the undisputed master of contemporary
solo piano, and his lyrical style is often imitated but
never duplicated.” —Dirty Linen
Ph.D. to Mark Mattson, Carnegie Mellon
University. For his research on baryons with two
charm quarks as part of the SELEX experiment.
- Ph.D. to Jason Kasper, Northwestern University;
for his research on bound states with charm quarks
- Ph.D. to Jeremy Ed Sweezy, Georgia Institute of
Technology; for the development of an enhanced
neutron therapy beam.
- James Shallenberger, ID 282, effective July 11,
last day May 31.
- John Slowiak, ID 1406, ES&H Fire Group,
effective May 31, last day May 8.