[AG-TECH] Take your child to work day (April 22nd)

Gavin W. Burris aka 86 ga5in at psu.edu
Mon Apr 19 13:10:21 CDT 2004

So where are we on this?  Should we all just plan to be in the lobby
with sound on, or should we schedule a venue?

Gurcharan S. Khanna wrote (on    , 17 Apr 2004 at 23:37):
> hi all,
> i think this is a great idea. i participated in the last one a couple of years
> ago. unfortunately, i will be away at the Internet2 meetings in DC next week so
> won't be able to coordinate things at my institution. and since it's not an
> official activity at my institution i can't just have someone operate the AG for
> tours, etc. that someone has organized. i had to do it all myself the last time.
> if even a half dozen sites can get together to do this i would encourage you to
> do so. in fact, too many sites make it chaotic. also, having some structure
> would be good, so that similar age groups might talk to each other or if there
> is some common interest they could share in, rather than just random
> introductions.
> best of luck,
> -gurcharan
> =================================
> Gurcharan S. Khanna
> Associate Director
> Research Computing
> Dartmouth College
> 603-646-1644
> http://research.dartmouth.edu
> http://www.dartmouth.edu/~gkhanna
> --- "Kabe VanderBaan" wrote:
> All,
> I know in years past posts have been made about coordinating something for
> "Take Your Child to Work Day."  I am being asked to use our Access Grid Node
> during the day so that children can stop by.
> I figured I would start the thread this year.  If others would be interested
> in this I would like to take part.  However, I would not be the right person
> to coordinate this since I am leaving town for the next week.
> Anyway, would anyone like to coordinate an event for kid's day?
> Thanks,
> Kabe
> -- 
> Kabe VanderBaan, Senior Research Engineer
> Networks and Infrastructure Research, Motorola Labs
> Phone: 847-576-1832
> Cell: 847-980-4100
> http://internet2.motlabs.com/agnode/
> http://internet2.motlabs.com/ipaq/
> --- end of quote ---

Gavin W. Burris aka 86
Senior Systems Programmer
Penn State Visualization Group

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