Link to USGS home page
125 years of science for America 1879-2004
Sound Waves Monthly Newsletter - Coastal Science and Research News from Across the USGS
Home || Sections: Spotlight on Sandy | Fieldwork | Research | Outreach | Meetings | Awards | Staff & Center News | Publications || Archives

 
Meetings

BIG (Blacks in Government) 2001 Conference Brief


in this issue:
 previous story | next story

attendees pose in front of Blacks in Government display
Left to right: Tommy Dempsy, Raymond Eldgridge, Katrina B. Burke (Reston, VA), Glynn Williams, CMGP (WHFC, MA).
Glynn Williams (WHFC) attended the BIG 2001 Conference in Los Angeles, CA, held August 27th to 31st. The themes of the conference reverberated throughout the five days of workshops, network sessions, and keynote speakers. The focus of the conference involved using the abundance of talented, vibrant human resources in the work place, encouraging the participation and communication of all females and minority men, and improving communications with different cultures and people. Topics included being more efficient on your job, time management skill concepts, information technology training, etc.


Related Web Sites
National Organization of Blacks in Government
non-profit organization

in this issue:
 previous story | next story

 

Mailing List:


in this issue: Fieldwork cover story:
Sea-Level Rise in Nat'l Parks

Collecting Caribbean Dust

Florida Beach Health

Lake Michigan Trout

Outreach Watershed Initiative

Meetings Blacks in Gov't 2001

Coastal Change Issues

Awards Pacific Congress Service Award—Mike Field

Staff & Center News WHFC Employees in 10K

Publications Educating the Public About Coastal Hazards

Author of Organic Geochemistry Novel Visits

October Publications List


FirstGov.gov U. S. Department of the Interior | U.S. Geological Survey
Sound Waves Monthly Newsletter

email Feedback | USGS privacy statement | Disclaimer | Accessibility

This page is http://soundwaves.usgs.gov/2001/10/meetings.html
Updated December 02, 2016 @ 12:09 PM (THF)