UCAR Communications    
staff notes monthly
Vol. 38 #9 October 2003

The 5 December all-staff party, sponsored by the Employee Activities Committee, continued the tradition of ringing in the holidays while recognizing the outstanding work of employees. More>


HIAPER work reaches critical stage

Work has reached a critical junction on the much-anticipated new research aircraft known as the High-performance Instrumented Airborne Platform for Environmental Research (HIAPER). More>

Geo Forum takes shape

UCAR staffers have been busy lining up funding and speakers for a much-anticipated Washington, D.C., forum on careers in the geosciences that will bring together talented undergraduates and leading researchers. More>

Love and marriage, NCAR style

The grass is brown and the leaves are gone, but love at the organization is in full bloom. More>

UCAR hires GLOBE director

UCAR has selected Craig Blurton, an educator who specializes in science and computers, as the director of GLOBE. More>

Delphi Questions:

Facility rentals; ground maintenance; Outstanding Accomplishment Awards More>




Just one look

Santa Claus, bearing a subtle resemblance to HR director Bob Roesch, brought smiles to the faces of dozens of children at the annual Children’s Holiday Party. Below, Santa discusses gift ideas with Chloe Brasket, 3, the daughter of CGD’s Marika Holland.

The party, held in the Foothills Lab cafeteria on 13 December, also featured dreidel games and crafts activities. Children painted ornaments, such as the unicorn below. The Employee Activities Committee sponsored the fun.

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