Congratulations to everyone for making it successfully through the first week of classes.
Here is a new award that we received this week:
1. Professor Deirdre Meldrum was awarded $106,039 from the National Institutes of Health for a new project "Advanced Development and Testing of the Acapella Automated Sample Handler."
The big event for next week will be the dedication of the new Paul Allen Center for Computer Science and Engineering, taking place on Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 8-9. The dedication will involve many visitors touring the new building as well as several ceremonies which will cause some slight changes from the normal business hours for activities in the PAC. The main effect for us will be reduced hours for the EE main office.
Here is the short take:
Wednesday, October 8:
Thursday, October 9:
While normal operations in the EE building should be minimally impacted, please coordinate your visits to the main office and mail rooms to avoid the above congested hours when the Paul Allen Center is filled with visitors. Things will hopefully be back to normal by Friday. This is a very important event for our new neighbors in CS&E, so please help out to make their event a successful one.
Robert Bruce Darling, Ph.D., P.E.