Thanks, I'll give any further updates by this week.
Senior Technical Staff Member
CMOS Foundry Logic/Foundry IP Chair
Phone: (802)-769-6118, Fax: (802) 769-6206 Tieline: 8-446-6118
E-Mail: stv @ us.ibm.com
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We sent out inviataions with the RSVP by Nov. 22nd but they can still
come if you could give us ballpark number to reserve. The more the
Thank-you so much for all of your work, I will add these attendees to
Quoting Sebastian Ventrone <[log in to unmask]>:
> update for the banquet
> Please add
> Sebastian and Cassandra Ventrone
> John Reilly
> Perhaps two more from IBM
> You should also be receiving some returns from the UVM medical school
> Asic North may be sending some reps
> When is the cutoff for the invites to respond?
> Sebastian Ventrone
> Senior Technical Staff Member
> CMOS Foundry Logic/Foundry IP Chair
> IBM Microelectronics
> Phone: (802)-769-6118, Fax: (802) 769-6206 Tieline: 8-446-6118
> E-Mail: stv @ us.ibm.com
> Elizabeth Bell
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> Engineers Without cc
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> > Re: EWB-University of Vermont
> Honduras Application
> 11/18/2007 08:29
> Please respond to
> Engineers Without
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> Hi Tammy,
> Thank-you, we are all very excited!
> Have a Happy Thanksgiving.
> Kind Regards,
> EWB-Univesity of Vermont
> Quoting Projects <[log in to unmask]>:
>> Hi Jacequeline,
>> We have received your application and will be reviewing it in December.
>> Have a super weekend!
>> Tammy Wergin
>> Project Coordinator
>> Engineers Without Borders - USA
>> 1811 Left Hand Circle, Suite A-1
>> Longmont, CO 80501
>> (303) 772-2723 x117
>> (303 772-2699 fax
>> www.ewb-usa.org Jacqueline Elizabeth Bell wrote:
>>> Dear EWB-USA,
>>> Attached to this email is an application for a project in Honduras
>>> with environmental and health impacts in panela producing
>>> communities. The student chapter of EWB-University of Vermont will
>>> be mentored by our technical lead, Peter DeGraff, the professional
>>> EWB chapter of Vermont, and a Professor from the University of
>>> Vermont in the Community Development and Applied Economics
>>> department who has been working with these communities for 7 years.
>>> Thank-you very much for your review.
>>> Kind Regards,
>>> EWB - University of Vermont
>>> Jacquie Bell