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March 1999

New Hires

(front row, left to right):
Andrew Kohler, computer operator with SCD.
Rachel Buchberger, graduate research assistant with CGD.
Rachel Weaver, scientific visitor with ACD.
Louisa Emmons, scientific visitor with ACD.
Julia Lee-Taylor, scientific visitor with ACD.

(back row, left to right up the stairs):
David Harper, software engineer/programmer with RAP.
Mark Lord, engineer with ATD.
Ludgar Scherliess, scientific visitor with HAO.
Lindsay Frisch, student assistant with ACD.
Scott McIntosh, postdoctoral fellow with ASP.
John Teague, software engineer/programmer with RAP.
Keith Oleson, postdoctoral fellow with CGD.

(front row, left to right):
Natasha Flyer, postdoctoral fellow with ASP.
Carol Manteuffel, health and safety specialist with F&A.
Sherie Palmer, administrative assistant with HAO.

(back row, left to right):
Andrzej Klonecki, postdoctoral fellow with ACD.
Dara Houliston, administrative assistant with RAP.
Michael Wright, software engineer and programmer with Unidata.

Other New Hires

Rebecca Boger, program specialist with JOSS.
Michael Ek, scientific visitor with VSP.
Franz Geiger, postdoctoral fellow with VSP.
Christopher Kerr, scientific visitor with JOSS.
Walter Meier, postdoctoral fellow with VSP.
Richard Powers, student assistant with ACD.
David Verardo, project scientist with JOSS.
Matthew Wheeler, postdoctoral fellow with ASP.
Yihua Wu, scientific visitor with VSP.

Retirements

Michl Howard, 5 February
Sandra Jensen, 29 January
Paul Seagraves, 31 January

Departures

Jonathan Corbet, 12 February
Robert DeConto, 24 January
Kenneth Forbes, 19 February
Theresa Jacobs, 29 January
Laura McGrory, 20 February
Hester Neilan, 19 February
Tracy Paplow, 9 February
Ctherine Pirok, 12 February
Brian Rook, 13 January
Linda Sitea, 8 February
Starley Thompson, 5 February
Gail Tonnesen, 31 January
Arthur Tucker, 27 January


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