Thanks to everyone for all the hard work and interest thus far! The
Avatar project is very compelling, and I look forward to more contact
One thing I'd like to add:
With all the good things going on next week (see Jacquie's list, and
also the Peace Engineering seminar Monday at 1:00 p.m.), please don't
forget to vote! An engaged citizenry is a resource to be treasured, and
exercised (NOT exorcised!) often!.
Enjoy the day,
Jacqueline Elizabeth Bell wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> We had a great meeting this past Thursday with Guy Roberts as a guest
> speaker. We learned about the digestor in detail and the engineering
> process behind creating it. He will be in contact with us about getting
> an onsite visit. Since he is extremely busy with it right now, we are
> hoping to get a tour after winter break.
> I met with SGA last week and they reveiwed our constitution.
> Everything looked great and we will go in front of the senate and get
> recognized next Tuesday. Please let me know if any of you can make it.
> Tuesday, November 7th at 7:15 in the Billings Lounge behind the fireplace.
> Also, executive board positions available, please let me know if you
> are interested.
> This Wednesday TOUR NRG with SWE. Meet behind Votey at 4:45 to
> carpool. Unfortuneatly I will not be able to make this event, but Owen
> will be there.
Alison Pechenick, Lecturer
Department of Computer Science
College of Engineering & Mathematical Sciences
351 Votey Building
University of Vermont
Burlington, VT 05405