The School of Medicine's Office of Postdoctoral Programs will hold an orientation program April 13 for new postdocs (appointments beginning October 1999) to be held from 3-5 p.m. in the Class of '62 Lecture Hall in the basement of the John Morgan Building.
The session will focus on making one's postdoctoral experience a success and will feature representatives from the following resource offices: Bioethics, International Programs, Lab Animal Resources, Environmental Health and Radiation Safety and Career Services.
Questions: call (215) 573-4332.
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In last week's issue, Dr. Dennis Discher, was incorrectly identified in the Honors & Other Things story announcing his PECASE award from the NSF. Dr. Discher is an assistant professor of mechanical engineering and applied mechanics. The headline on page one of last week's issue should have read Total Student Charges Rising 3.4%.
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Almanac, Vol. 46, No. 27, April 4, 2000