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Emergency Management Launches ‘LabReady’ Campaign With Noon Briefings

The initial component of the campaign — which seeks to better prepare the Lab community in case of emergency — will be a series of informal, noontime briefings that remind staff of Lab hazards, emergency reporting, protective actions and measures, and communications. Sessions will be held Nov. 29, Dec. 5, and Dec. 11. Bring your lunch and learn more about staying safe.

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Oct. 12 BLIC Event on Successful Grant Writing

Seeking funding for a startup or ongoing research? The Berkeley Lab Innovation Corps (BLIC) hosts a presentation by researcher Michel Foure on successful grant writing. The event takes place Oct. 12, noon to 1:30 p.m., in Building 54-130. The event includes an interactive exercise and Q&A period. Bring your lunch and network with fellow researchers. All Lab staff welcome. More>

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IT Division Offers Oct. 5 Intro to Google Analytics Training

Google Analytics is a free service that gives website owners insights into how visitors interact with their site. This introductory course will help you learn who is visiting your site, how they got to your site, what they did on your site and more. The training runs from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. To learn more and register, go here.

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Arian Aghajanzadeh Receives Clean Energy Leadership Institute Fellowship

Arian Aghajanzadeh, with ETA’s Building & Industrial Applications Department, has been selected to participate in the highly competitive Clean Energy Leadership Institute’s Fall 2017 Fellowship Training Program. He develops methodologies and software tools for demand response potential and energy efficiency impact estimation. More>

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Lab Events Planned for Postdoc Appreciation Week Sept. 18-22

In addition to daily “10 Things We Should Know About…” profiles of postdocs in TABL, activities include a banner hanging event on Monday at 9:30 a.m. near Building 65, career planning (BLI0018) and job hunting (PDT0100, 101, 102) workshops on Wednesday (register), and on Thursday, a Peter Fiske talk on career strategies at 2:30 p.m., followed by a slam competition and happy hour.

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Community Emergency Response Team Training

If a disaster strikes, will you be prepared? Lab Emergency Management will host Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training on the Hill in November. CERT training teaches disaster response skills such as preparedness, small fire suppression, medical triage and treatment, and light search and rescue. More>

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Foundry to Host Workshop and Short Course on Electron Tomography

The Molecular Foundry will host an event Oct. 23 to 26 featuring a workshop on “Frontiers in Electron Tomography,” a short course on electron tomography, and presentations and training courses on atomic electron tomography and other topics related to quantitative 3D characterization. Registration deadline is Sept. 15. More>

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Applications Open for TED Fellows Program

The TED Fellows program provides a platform to innovators across a wide range of disciplines. The fellowship includes an all-expenses paid trip to the TED2018 conference, giving a talk at the conference, receiving ongoing professional mentorship and coaching, and networking with other TED fellows. The registration deadline is Sept. 10. More>

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UC Retirement Center Hosts Pre-Retirement Planning Programs

The four-week course takes place on Wednesdays, Sept. 13 to Oct. 4, from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Go here for more information and here to register. The center is also offering a free “Resilient Aging Lab” workshop on Oct. 6., which explores the journey of retirement, including practical tools and support for planning your next chapter. Continental breakfast and lunch are included.

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IT Division Classes on Managing Research Software Projects

The IT Division is offering two one-day classes (Sept. 7 and 14) on Managing Research Software Projects. These classes will introduce participants to the basics of software project management with a focus on the projects commonly found in research settings. More>

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