Astronomers Hold Meeting, Sept. 8
The National Capital Astronomers will hold its September meeting on Saturday, Sept. 8 at 7:30 p.m. in Lipsett Amphitheater, Bldg. 10. The speaker will be Dr. Lou Mayo of Raytheon ITSS and the National Space Science Data Center at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. His topic will be "Space Weather: The Development of Cloud/Precipitation Models in Titan's Atmosphere from Voyager Infrared Data." The meeting is free and open to the public. All are welcome. For more information contact Jay Miller.
FEW Holds September Events
The Bethesda chapter of Federally Employed Women (FEW) will hold two events in September. On Tuesday, Sept. 11 at its monthly meeting, Helen McNeal from Naria will speak on "Diversity" from noon to 1 p.m. in EPN, Conf. Rm. J.
On Monday, Sept. 24, the chapter will hold its quarterly dinner meeting. A talk will be given by author and columnist Judy Kramer based on her book, Changing Places: A Journey With My Parents Into Old Age. It will take place in the USUHS cafeteria, Bldg. B (on the grounds of the National Naval Medical Center campus) at 5:30 pm. Cost of $20 includes meal, tax and tip. RSVP by Sept. 20 to Angela Magliozzi, or call 496-1642.
Both events are open to the public. For sign language interpretation or other reasonable accommodation, call Claire McCullough at 435-8601.
Summer 2001 EAs Visit
The Extramural Associates Program summer 2001 class recently
visited NICHD Director Dr. Duane Alexander (third from l). Shown
at the meeting are (from l) Dr. Samirsubas Raychoudhury, Benedict
College; Dr. Yongmei Wang, North Carolina A&T; Dr. Lynne
Gildensoph, College of Saint Catherine; Dr. John Dittmer, Brenau
University; Dr. Lydia Peterson, Mary Baldwin College; and Dr.
Matthew Kinnard, director, Extramural Associates Program.
What began in 1996 as a collaborative effort between the Office of the Director Equal Employment Opportunity Office and Gallaudet has resulted in NIH sponsoring more than 40 interns in 13 institutes and centers. Through the Gallaudet University Internship Program, students have worked in laboratories and offices conducting research, developing databases or web pages, preparing budget reports, reviewing grant applications and identifying approaches to deaf awareness.
NIH offices interested in sponsoring an intern provide a descriptive statement-of-work that allows students to determine if they have the skills and the interest to accept the opportunity. Resumes are submitted to the sponsoring office and interviews scheduled.
Students must work a minimum of 10 hours a week for 10 weeks. The IC may determine whether it is a paid or volunteer position.
NIH requests to participate in the program during fall 2001 will be accepted through Sept. 7. If you have questions, call Hilda Dixon or Ana Kennedy in the OD EEO Office, 402-4157.
As of Sept. 30, all Employee Express kiosks will be removed from NIH. Due to the increasing use of the web version of Employee Express, kiosk use has dropped off to a point that it is no longer reasonable to maintain them. If you are accustomed to using the kiosks for making changes to your personnel information, there are two other methods of accessing the Employee Express system. The first is to access Employee Express via the web at http://www.employeeexpress.gov/. The web provides the kiosk interface you are familiar with, but from the privacy of your desk or home computer. If you are unable to access the web, you may utilize Employee Express via the phone. Any touchtone phone can be used to access the system. From work call 478-757-3088 or from home call 1-800-573-0940. Your PIN and privacy can be compromised if you use a cellular phone.
If you do not know your PIN, call the Employee Express help desk at 478-757-3030 or go to the Employee Express web site and select the "Forgot PIN" button on the left side of your screen. You will be asked to supply identification, and then a PIN will be mailed to you within 5-7 business days. If you are experiencing difficulty or have general questions, call the HR Solutions Team at 496-4556.
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