NIH human resources specialist Jim Cheskawich has a reason to celebrate: his Samoyed Teddy recently won Best in Show at his second American Kennel Club show.
The Public Health Service introduced its first-ever mascot in a July visit to NIH: Lieutenant commander Abigail, a two-year-old Labrador Retriever.
The NIH Powerlifting Club, a group sponsored by the Recreation and Welfare Association, hosted a Lift-A-Thon on Aug. 11 outside its Bldg. 53 gym. Proceeds from the fundraiser benefited Feds Feed Families, the annual effort to provide food for communities in need.
If you were in the atrium of the Clinical Research Center at lunchtime on July 25, you were treated to a Young Artists Noon Concert by musicians of the Tacy Foundation.
The University of Maryland Jazz Ensemble performed a lunchtime concert in the atrium of the Clinical Research Center on July 13.
NIH hosted the annual Camp Fantastic Barbecue on June 13. As has become customary in recent years, the featured entertainment was a concert by the Affordable Rock ‘n’ Roll Act (ARRA) Band, which is led by former NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins and a number of his scientist colleagues.
The Juneteenth flag was raised on June 20 in front of Bldg. 1 on NIH’s Bethesda campus.
The Center for Scientific Research (CSR) hosted its second annual Juneteenth/Caribbean American Heritage Month Festival on June 14.
Smoke from wildfires in Canada reached the NIH worksites in the D.C. region June 7-8.
NIH recently honored its officers during NIH Police Day celebration on the Bethesda campus.