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Fermilab and the Universities Research Association invite submissions for the nineteenth annual URA Thesis Award competition. Nominations must be submitted to Lenny Spiegel at lenny@fnal.gov by March 18, 2016 and should include two letters supporting the merits of the thesis being nominated. At least one letter should be from a member of the thesis committee of the PhD granting institution and, for work carried out in collaboration with Fermilab scientists, at least one of the letters should come from one… More »

During this winter’s session of the U.S. Particle Accelerator School hosted by the University of Texas at Austin, we awarded the first “Iron Man” service recognitions to the two faculty members who have taught the most USPAS courses over the more than 50 university-style sessions since 1987.

Description: Universities Research Association Inc. (URA) will make an award for outstanding work conducted by a postdoctoral research fellow at Fermilab or in collaboration with Fermilab scientists. Alvin Tollestrup will present the award during the 2016 Annual Users’ Meeting. Eligibility: All Ph.D. researchers in non-tenure track or nontenure track equivalent positions at Fermilab or URA member institutions (http://www.ura-hq.org/universities/index.html) or institutions collaborating in Fermilab projects who are within six years of the receipt of their Ph.D. (as of the nomination deadline)… More »

Fermilab and the Universities Research Association invite submissions for the nineteenth annual URA Thesis Award competition. Nominations must be submitted to Lenny Spiegel at lenny@fnal.gov by March 18, 2016 and should include two letters supporting the merits of the thesis being nominated. At least one letter should be from a member of the thesis committee of the PhD granting institution and, for work carried out in collaboration with Fermilab scientists, at least one of the letters should come from one… More »

Don’t forget to nominate a colleague for this year’s Director’s Award! The deadline for nominations is this Friday, November 6. The award is given annually to an employee, user, graduate student, retiree or guest scientist who contributed significantly to Fermilab’s K-12 education programs. You can submit a nomination using either of the forms from this page: http://ed.fnal.gov/award/

Fermilab recently recognized a group of dedicated employees for their outstanding contributions with Exceptional Performance Recognition Awards. The employees were nominated by their divisions and sections for the awards. Fermilab Director Nigel Lockyer handed out the awards at a reception on Sept. 15. Click image for larger version.   The following employees received awards: Accelerator Division William Pellico William Pellico is awarded an Exceptional Performance Recognition Award in recognition of his exemplary leadership of the Proton Improvement Plan and achieving… More »