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Please join the Chief Project Office to learn about the upcoming Project Leadership Institute (PLI) Program for FY21.  The program is designed to cultivate a diverse network of successful DOE project delivery practitioners—those capable of delivering major high-risk projects. The PLI program participants contribute to building a culture of project management excellence across DOE. Joe Harkins, the Deputy Director of PLI will be the main presenter, and Fermilab program alumni will be on the call to talk about their experiences. …

The Office of Partnerships and Technology Transfer begins cohort 2 of the Entrepreneurship and Commercialization Practicum on July 9, and it will help new scientist-entrepreneurs think critically about what dynamic barriers exist to market entry, how they can adjust their customer hypotheses, and how their innovation can get a piece of the industry pie. Inventors typically think their invention can capture 90% of the total market, available everywhere and without competition. The inventor’s instinct is, “everyone should want this!” In…

The biggest conference in neutrino physics kicks off on June 22, with two weeks of talks dedicated to one intriguing particle.

From DOE, June 18, 2020: It’s Pride Month, and several national laboratories have employee resource groups to advance LGBTQ+ individuals equality, inclusion and diversity in the workplace. Fermilab physicist Erica Snider, a member of the LGBTQ+ laboratory resource group Spectrum and the lab’s Scientist Advisory Council, will participate in the panel discussion on June 23 called “A Day in the Life: A Panel Discussion about LGBTQ+ inclusion.”

The 29th International Conference on Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics brings together thousands of researchers for the latest developments in the field.

Registration is now open for the online Neutrino 2020 conference. The conference will take place 1/2 days on Monday through Thursday from June 22-July 2 and will include both plenary talks and poster sessions. A block schedule is posted on the conference webpage and a detailed agenda will be available soon. Please note that registration for the online conference is required even if you had previously registered for the in-person event. There is no registration fee to attend. Registration is…

A Fermilab observance of the 69th annual National Day of Prayer will be held on Thursday, May 2, from 12-12:30pm via Zoom.  All are welcome to attend. This year’s theme is “Pray God’s Glory Across the Earth.”  Organized by the Bible Exploration for Lunch League. For more information including how to get Zoom coordinates see http://orgs.fnal.gov/bell/ndop2020.html or contact bellweb@fnal.gov.

The third annual Fermilab Women’s Tea Talk will be held virtually over Zoom on Tuesday, April 28, from noon to 1 p.m. At the Tea Talk, you will have the opportunity to listen to several lab women talk about how they came to Fermilab and what they like most about their roles. There will be a Q&A session at the end. We expect lively discussion and interesting insights. The event is hosted by the Fermilab Women’s Initiative, the Fermilab Young…

The Fermilab Colloquium titled “New Technologies for New Discoveries: ProtoDUNE at CERN for the International DUNE Megascience Project in the US” takes place on April 15 beginning at 4:00pm CST through zoom. To facilitate this Zoom meeting, send an email to kronkow@fnal.gov to receive the invitation. Please send the email as soon as possible to receive the Zoom information.