|Ames Laboratory Director Alex King is again hosting a series of annual town hall style meetings with Lab employees. This is an opportunity for employees and associates to ask questions or raise concerns they may have concerning the budget, lab operations, mission, or any other issues related to the Lab.|
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|In an effort to make it easier for visitors to find The Ames Laboratory and boost the visibility of the Lab on campus, new signage has replaced the previous street level sign north of Spedding Hall. There's also a new wall mural in Room 205 TASF that incorporates the logo and core values into a stunning new floor-to-ceiling display.|
|Ames Laboratory recently partnered with the Iowa Waste Reduction Center at the University of Northern Iowa to improve spray paint training using a virtual engineering software toolkit. The software enhancements won a regional Federal Laboratory Consortium award for applying federally developed technology to industry needs.|
|Flu shots for Ames Lab and Iowa State University employees will be available Oct. 3-19 in room 205 TASF. Shots will be administered by Occupational Medicine staff 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily throughout the period. No appointment is necessary but employees are asked to bring their ISU card/university ID along to the shot clinic.|
|Conflict happens to all of us in some shape or form from time to time. Whether in our personal lives or at work, minor or major, with one person or many â€“ itâ€™s lurking out there. Luckily, each and every one of us has some amount of control and choice in resolving conflict. Here are some tips to keep in mind when dealing with conflict.|
|After 17 years of service as the Lab's Deputy Director, Bruce Harmon is stepping down from that post effective September 1. He will begin phased retirement but will continue on at the Lab as FWP leader and as a professor of Physics at ISU. So the clock has not yet stopped on his total service to the Lab: 39 years, and counting.|
|Ames Laboratory employees will have a chance to discuss a variety of retirement and investment questions when TIAA-CREF representative Paige Cook returns to the Lab on Tuesday, Sept. 11. Cook will offer free, confidential, one-on-one appointments in the Public Affairs conference room 115 TASF.|
Ames Laboratory employees will have a chance to discuss a variety of retirement and investment questions when TIAA-CREF representative Paige Cook returns to the Lab on Tuesday, Sept. 11. Cook will offer free, confidential, one-on-one appointments in the Public Affairs conference room 115 TASF.
|Plans for the new Sensitive Instrument Facility are moving forward with the selection of an architect/engineering design team for the proposed project. The project, which would house sensitive instruments like the transmission electron microscope shown, would be built near the Applied Sciences Complex.|
The Materials Preparation Center has long had the reputation for producing some of the highest quality and largest single crystal materials available. But with the addition of a new piece of equipment, those capabilities just increased dramatically.