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Salad Club Lunch

Join us this month for a Greek Salad Bar lunch. This is an opportunity to enjoy a healthy salad lunch hosted by you. All you have to do is bring an ingredient that you like in your Greek Salad…add it to our salad bar…and then we eat! All are welcome. Join us on Thursday, July 19th at 12:00pm in Wilson Hall, 1st Floor, One East. RSVP by end of day July 18th jecker@fnal.gov or x2548.

What: Meeting of the Inclusivity Journal Club When: Friday, June 29 at noon Where: Conjectorium (WH3E) The Inclusivity Journal Club meets monthly to discuss academic literature related to issues of equity, diversity, and inclusivity in STEM. This month’s discussion is centered on the recent NASEM report, “Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine”. We will focus specifically on Chapter Six, in which methods are discussed for creating a more inclusive and equitable climate… More »

This month we will be having a Fruit & Nut Spinach Salad Bar. All are welcome. Bring an ingredient to add to our Salad Bar on Thursday, June 21st in Wilson Hall, One East, at Noon. RSVP by end of day 6/20 to jecker@fnal.gov

Taco salad lunch

Do you like taco salad? This is an opportunity to enjoy a taco salad lunch hosted by you. All you have to do is bring an ingredient that you like in your taco salad…add it to our taco salad bar…and eat. Join us Thursday, May 17th at 12pm in Wilson Hall, One East (1st floor). RSVP by May 16th to jecker@fnal.gov

Event: Meeting of the FNAL Inclusivity Journal Club When : Friday, May 4 at 12 pm Where: Snake Pit (WH2NE) What : Why are some groups represented disproportionately in STEM fields? Is there anything we can do to correct these imbalances? What other problems might arise from these imbalances? If you’re interested in what the academic literature has to say about equity/inclusivity/diversity in STEM, then you are very welcome to attend the Inclusivity Journal Club. This month, we’re discussing Cech… More »

The Bible Exploration for Lunch League is beginning a new study called “Starting Point” with speaker Andy Stanley.  This is a video & discussion series that clearly identifies the foundations of an adult Christian faith.  Everyone with interest in Christianity at any level is invited to join us.  Come to the Quarium on the 8th floor crossover of Wilson Hall on Tuesdays at noon, beginning May 1.  For more information see https://orgs.fnal.gov/bell/ or contact bellweb@fnal.gov.

Please join us for Salad Bar in Wilson Hall One East on Thursday, April 19, at noon. All you have to do is bring an ingredient to add to our salad bar. RSVP to Jeanne at jecker@fnal.gov by end of day 4/18. Plates, utensils, and salad greens provided. Bring your own drink. We eat at noon.