Faces of Diversity

Boulder Labs Diversity Council

Announcements

Meetings:
4th Wednesday
of every month
1:00 pm DSRC 3A114
open to all


Monthly Observances

Events

Boulder Laboratories Poster Presentation

Time: Wednesday, July 19, 1 pm - 4 pm

Place: Katherine Gebbie Laboratory Conference Room 81-1A116

Over its history the scope has been broadened from postdoctoral to all student research. This annual event is for postdoctoral associates and students at every level (graduate, undergraduate, high school). Participants will meet their peers and develop networks with peers and other staff from the Boulder Labs. In addition to promotion of diversity, the symposium's goals are to direct attention to student-conducted research and to foster a greater appreciation for the breadth, novelty and excitement of research in the Boulder Labs. More information to come.

Brown Bag Lunch & Learn Seminar - Benefits and Federal Budgets: What does it mean to you

Time: Wednesday, August 16, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Place: DSRC GC402 (Multipurpose Room)

Ann Vanderslice presents "Benefits and Federal Budgets: What does it mean to you." Unless you've been out of the country or on a media blackout - you've likely heard about the four major changes in the 2018 proposed budget that would impact the federal workforce. None of these proposals are new - they are rehashed versions of changes that seem to be introduced annually. However, with a Republican-controlled Congress and White House, there's never been more concern that some or all of these proposals will be enacted. In this one-hour session, you'll learn exactly what is included in the proposals, what they could mean to you, and how likely each one is to become a reality. For more information please contact Connie Craig x6147.

American Indian Society for Engineers and Scientists (AISES) / Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Day at NOAA

Time: Wednesday, September 20

Place: DSRC

Event is currently in the planning stage, to include two tracks, with a full day of tours and interaction with scientists. A representative from NOAA's Office of Education will be present.