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reposted from the Civil Engineering newsgroup as potentially interesting
exposure for folks in the SF Bay Area:

Subject:	Speak at SLAC
From:	|jck(--nospam--at)| (Joe Kenny)
Date:	8 Sep 1997 16:51:02 GMT

Are you a professional in any of these fields:
               occupational safety
               health physics
               radiation physics
               seismic engineering
               industrial hygiene
               emergency preparedness
               occupational medicine
               fire protection
               environmental engineering
               waste minimization
               ergonomics/human factors engineering

with a 30 to 60 minute talk to give about a special topic related to 
your job?  If you are, the SLAC Special Series in Environment, Safety, 
and Health wants you to give your talk at the fascinating and scenic 
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center in Palo Alto, CA.  

The SLAC Special Series has attracted crowds of more than 100.

For more information, write me at the email address above.

SLAC is operated by Stanford University under contract with the United 
States Department of Energy.  Due to budget constraints, SLAC cannot 
compensate speakers in any way.

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