|The 10th annual Ames Lab Employees Holiday Auction, scheduled for Dec. 14, is drawing an ever growing number of items, but more are needed. Proceeds from this year's auction will go toward the Story County Dental Clinic.|
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|The 2012 Ames Lab/ISU Science Bowl is drawing near and we're looking for volunteers. The high school event is Saturday, Jan. 28 and the middle school event is Feb. 24-25.|
|A new class of former employees from the Ames Laboratory was recently added to the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Actâ€™s (EEOICPA) Special Exposure Cohort (SEC). The new class covers employees who worked at the Lab during the period from Aug. 13, 1942 through Dec. 31, 1970.|
|As the Materials Preparation Center prepares to mark its 30th anniversary in 2012, MPC staff reflected on the rewarding work it does to support researchers here at Ames Lab and throughout the world.|
|Iowa State Universityâ€™s Employee Assistance Program is offering a variety of free training sessions in December and January. These programs range from team building to integrating work and family, to better understanding yourself to maximize your output and happiness, and will all be held at the Memorial Union.|
|Javier Vela-Becerra, Ames Laboratory scientist, has made Hispanic Engineer magazineâ€™s "40 under 40" list of top young engineers.|
|A Lab-wide drive to recycle mixed paper -- journals, magazines, catalogs and miscellaneous office paper goods -- netted nearly two tons.|
November 15, 2011 -Delta Air Lines (Delta) has advised CWT of a fraudulent email campaign many of its customers are receiving. The email claims that the recipient has purchased a Delta ticket and that a credit card has been charged. The email also contains an invoice or receipt as an attachment.
Delta is advising that if customers think they have received an email from Delta, to carefully review the address of the sender and *DO NOT* open, click on, or reply to any email that did not come from the *@delta.com *email domain.
|Visitors will find it a little easier to find the Ames Laboratory thanks to new signage that's been placed in the last month. TASF is sporting a large, new sign on the front balcony and signs along University Boulevard point the way to the Lab.|