A symposium celebrating the Tevatron program’s lasting impacts on science, technology and society will take place in Ramsey Auditorium on Monday, June 11. All Fermilab employees and users are invited to attend. The symposium, which begins at 1 p.m., will feature a keynote address by Harvard physicist Lisa Randall as well as presentations on the history and achievements of the Tevatron accelerator and experiments, the Tevatron’s legacy in particle physics, technology, and at the LHC, and the future of Fermilab. A reception will follow at 6 p.m. in the Wilson Hall atrium. Please visit the symposium website for more information and to register for free for the event.