The second (departmental) draft of your Abstract for a General Audience is due Thursday, July 18 @ 5pm.
Yes, really! Just when you thought you had plenty of time to complete the next draft of your abstract, you don't.ATTACH the abstract as a MS Word compatible document to an e-mail and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org ONLY with this subject: Abstract Draft 2.
For more info on completing the abstract, see General Audience Abstract suggestions.
NOTE: We refer to this draft as the "departmental" draft to remind you that the readers this time will include, in addition to Mike, members of 4 "departments" who will be selecting the projects for the presentations at the end of the summer.
With warmer weather, air quality (high ozone or particulates), can adversely affect your health. Staff who exercise or work outdoors, and those with respiratory diseases, should limit strenuous outdoor activity during the afternoon and early evening hours when ozone levels are highest. If staff have asthma or other respiratory problems, they should stay in a cool area where the air is filtered or air-conditioned. During times when the air quality is poor, try to schedule outdoor tasks for the morning hours.
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Each week you are required to submit a brief report of your week's activities. You should file this report online here at scienceinterns.com prior to picking up your stipend. Mel and Noel will also consult your reports to get a general sense of your research activities as well as how you are doing at BNL.
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