Staff Notes Daily Calendar Events

Tuesday, February 10, 2015 - 7:30am
ML-PRE-HEALTH BLOODWORK SESSION   Submitted by cherylc on Mon, 12/15/2014 - 9:40am Pre-Health Fair Bloodwork Registration Site 

To participate in the pre-health fair bloodwork screenings, register to attend one of the following onsite sessions.  The standard full-blood chemistry screenings and PSA blood screening for men 50+ are FREE; optional, additional bloodwork screenings are also available upon request at participant cost. Each participant must register individually.  These events are open to UCAR employees, retirees, their spouses/partners and dependent adult children 18-26 years of age. For more information, visit the UCAR Health Fair website.

Pre-Health Fair Bloodwork Session Dates/Locations (Registration and 12-hour fast required; Light refreshments provided at each location)

  • FL:    January 28, 2015, 7:30-11:30 am, FL2-1003
  • ML:    February 5, 2015, 7:30-11:30 am, ML-Damon
  • CG:       February 10, 2015, 7:30-11:30 am, CG1-S Auditorium
  • NWSC:  February 12, 2015, 8:00-10:30 am, NWSC Conference Room
  • RAF:   February 19, 2015, 8:00-10:30 am, RAF Conf Room

Schedule a blood draw appointment through Health Promotions Management's external, secure registration site: https://pickatime.com/UCAR. Registration site requires account setup for each participant.

Confirmation emails will include additional instructions with links to all required forms:  bloodwork lab form and instructions, listing of optional blood test and costs (optional tests to be paid by participants), and consent and release forms for you download, complete and bring with you to your appointment.  You'll also receive appointment email reminders closer to your appointment date.  Please note, bloodwork screening results can be claimed at the Health Fair. To have a proxy claim your results, they must bring your signed Proxy Release Form to the Health & Benefits Fair.  All unclaimed results will be postal-mailed to participants.

UCAR FY15 Health & Benefits Fair
March 6, 2015
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
CG1-Auditorium
No registration required

Presenter(s):
Health Promotions Management
Type of event:
Wellness/Benefits
Building:
CG1
Room:
South Auditorium

Posted by Cheryl Cristanelli (cherylc@ucar.edu) at x8708
Lab/division hosting the event:
UCAR, F&A
Affiliation or organization:
Tuesday, February 24, 2015 - 11:00am

In 1850 nearly half of New England's forests were cleared for pasture, timber, and agriculture.  Today, New England is one of the most densely forested regions in the US.  We use the Weather, Research, and Forecasting (WRF) model to evaluate the regional cold season climate response to deforestation during this period of heavy forest harvest.  A twelve-member multi-physics ensemble is used to assess the sensitivity of model response to land cover change.  The ensemble includes three land surface models (CLM4.0, Noah-MP with CLASS albedo, and Noah-MP with BATS albedo), two longwave/shortwave schemes (RRTM/Goddard and CAM/CAM), and two microphysics schemes (WRF 6-class single moment and Thompson).  Maximum temperature is sensitive to choice of land surface model, minimum temperature to longwave scheme, and precipitation to microphysics selection.  No ideal model configuration was identified for the New England region, necessitating use of a multi-physics ensemble to evaluate climate responses to deforestation.  Deforestation experiments result in warmer maximum temperatures and cooler minimum temperatures over forest compared to cleared land. The magnitude of the temperature response is dependent on the severity of the winter simulated.  Studies evaluating effects of future deforestation should consider using a multi-physics ensemble to determine the robustness of climate responses.

Presenter(s):
Elizabeth Burakowski
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
Mesa Lab
Room:
Main Seminar room

Posted by Gaylynn Potemkin (potemkin@ucar.edu) at x1618
Lab/division hosting the event:
NCAR, NESL, CGD
Affiliation or organization:
Monday, February 2, 2015 - 12:00pm

Please join us at the Comunidad Latina de NCAR (CLAN) General Meeting!  

Monday February 2, 2015

12:00 PM at FL2 1002

CLAN is an NCAR group aiming to reach out to the Latino/Hispanic Community of NCAR/UCAR.  The vision of CLAN is to be the representative voice of the NCAR/UCAR Hispanic/Latino community to strenghten and empower its members inside and outside of the work place.

Please join us at this organizational meeting. Come and meet other fellow latinos at NCAR!

Presenter(s):
Vidal Salazar
Type of event:
Public Outreach
Building:
FL2
Room:
1002

Posted by Vidal Salazar (vidal@ucar.edu) at x8380
Lab/division hosting the event:
NCAR/UCAR-Wide Groups, CLAN - Comunidad Latina de NCAR
Thursday, February 5, 2015 - 5:00pm

Join artist Jane McMahan and NCAR's Jeffrey Kiehl for a conversation exploring the interrelationships between art, science, climate change, and Jungian psychology. The event will begin at 5:00 pm at the Hard Rain Revelations exhibit created by McMahan in the Mesa Lab Art-Science Gallery (2nd floor). The presentation/conversation will begin at 5:15 pm in the Damon Room. 

Thursday, February 5th, 5:00 pm at the NCAR Mesa Lab - 2nd floor Art-Science Gallery and Damon Room

Presenter(s):
Jane McMahan and NCAR's Jeffrey Kiehl
Type of event:
Public Outreach
Building:
Mesa Lab
Room:
2nd floor Art-Science Gallery and Damon Room

Posted by Natalie Ponsford (nataliep@ucar.edu) at x2585
Lab/division hosting the event:
UCAR Community Programs, UCAR Center for Science Education, UCAR Center for Science Education
Tuesday, February 10, 2015 - 3:30pm

A JOINT CliC / CGD SEMINAR
Tuesday, 10 February

Welcome
- Alex Jahn, University of Colorado, Boulder and CliC SSG Member
Introduction to CliC: Current Activities and Priorities
- Greg Flato, Environment Canada and CliC Co-Chair, Canada
Definite, possible, and unlikely mechanisms for Arctic climate change
- Jennifer Kay, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA
Greenland ice cores tell tales on the extent of the Greenland Ice Sheet during past warm climate periods
- Dorthe Dahl-Jensen, Centre for Ice and Climate, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
ISMIP6: Ice Sheet Model Intercomparison Project for CMIP6
- Sophie Nowicki, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA
Permafrost in Earth System Models: Progress and Future Plans
- David Lawrence, NCAR, USA
Concluding Remarks
- David Carlson, WCRP Director, Switzerland

Live Webcast: http://www.fin.ucar.edu/it/mms/ml-live.htm

Presenter(s):
Various
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
Mesa Lab
Room:
Main Seminar room

Posted by Gaylynn Potemkin (potemkin@ucar.edu) at x1618
Lab/division hosting the event:
NCAR, NESL, CGD
Affiliation or organization:
Thursday, February 5, 2015 - 7:30am
Pre-Health Fair Bloodwork Registration Site 

To participate in the pre-health fair bloodwork screenings, register to attend one of the following onsite sessions.  The standard full-blood chemistry screenings and PSA blood screening for men 50+ are FREE; optional, additional bloodwork screenings are also available upon request at participant cost. Each participant must register individually.  These events are open to UCAR employees, retirees, their spouses/partners and dependent adult children 18-26 years of age. For more information, visit the UCAR Health Fair website.

Pre-Health Fair Bloodwork Session Dates/Locations (Registration and 12-hour fast required; Light refreshments provided at each location)

  • FL:    January 28, 2015, 7:30-11:30 am, FL2-1003
  • ML:    February 5, 2015, 7:30-11:30 am, ML-Damon
  • CG:       February 10, 2015, 7:30-11:30 am, CG1-S Auditorium
  • NWSC:  February 12, 2015, 8:00-10:30 am, NWSC Conference Room
  • RAF:   February 19, 2015, 8:00-10:30 am, RAF Conf Room

Schedule a blood draw appointment through Health Promotions Management's external, secure registration site: https://pickatime.com/UCAR. Registration site requires account setup for each participant.

Confirmation emails will include additional instructions with links to all required forms:  bloodwork lab form and instructions, listing of optional blood test and costs (optional tests to be paid by participants), and consent and release forms for you download, complete and bring with you to your appointment.  You'll also receive appointment email reminders closer to your appointment date.  Please note, bloodwork screening results can be claimed at the Health Fair. To have a proxy claim your results, they must bring your signed Proxy Release Form to the Health & Benefits Fair.  All unclaimed results will be postal-mailed to participants.

UCAR FY15 Health & Benefits Fair
March 6, 2015
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
CG1-Auditorium
No registration required

Presenter(s):
Health Promotions Management
Type of event:
Wellness/Benefits
Building:
Mesa Lab
Room:
Damon

Posted by Cheryl Cristanelli (cherylc@ucar.edu) at x8708
Lab/division hosting the event:
UCAR, F&A
Affiliation or organization:
Tuesday, February 3, 2015 - 11:00am

We explore the skill in seasonal forecasts of September Arctic sea-ice extent in dynamical models that are members of the Study of Environmental Arctic Change Sea Ice Outlook. We find that the multi-model ensemble only offers skill for the latest summer submission in August, and that throughout the forecasting period skill is lower than that found in hindcasts of sea-ice extent performed during earlier periods of the modern satellite record. The model-mean ensemble offers slightly higher skill, but does not beat a damped persistence forecast, helping explain why statistical models tend to outperform dynamical models. We also find that the models are equally unsuccessful at predicting each other, indicating a large divergence in model physics and/or initial conditions. Motivated by this, we perform an initial condition sensitivity experiment with four Sea Ice Outlook dynamical models. We apply a fixed perturbation to the initial conditions of minus one meter sea ice thickness anomaly, and find that while all four models have a negative sea ice area anomaly in the experiment ensembles, the magnitude of the response varies significantly. This suggests that different model physics across the Sea Ice Outlook make a significant contribution to model uncertainty and forecast skill degradation.

Presenter(s):
Ed Blanchard-Wrigglesworth
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
Mesa Lab
Room:
Main Seminar Room

Posted by Gaylynn Potemkin (potemkin@ucar.edu) at x1618
Lab/division hosting the event:
NCAR, NESL, CGD
Affiliation or organization:
Thursday, February 12, 2015 - 8:00am
Pre-Health Fair Bloodwork Registration Site 

To participate in the pre-health fair bloodwork screenings, register to attend one of the following onsite sessions.  The standard full-blood chemistry screenings and PSA blood screening for men 50+ are FREE; optional, additional bloodwork screenings are also available upon request at participant cost. Each participant must register individually.  These events are open to UCAR employees, retirees, their spouses/partners and dependent adult children 18-26 years of age. For more information, visit the UCAR Health Fair website.

Pre-Health Fair Bloodwork Session Dates/Locations (Registration and 12-hour fast required; Light refreshments provided at each location)

  • FL:        January 28, 2015, 7:30-11:30 am, FL2-1003
  • ML:        February 5, 2015, 7:30-11:30 am, ML-Damon
  • CG:        February 10, 2015, 7:30-11:30 am, CG1-S Auditorium
  • NWSC:  February 12, 2015, 8:00-10:30 am, NWSC Conference Room
  • RAF:       February 19, 2015, 8:00-10:30 am, RAF Conf Room

Schedule a blood draw appointment through Health Promotions Management's external, secure registration site: https://pickatime.com/UCAR. Registration site requires account setup for each participant.

Confirmation emails will include additional instructions with links to all required forms:  bloodwork lab form and instructions, listing of optional blood test and costs (optional tests to be paid by participants), and consent and release forms for you download, complete and bring with you to your appointment.  You'll also receive appointment email reminders closer to your appointment date.  Please note, bloodwork screening results can be claimed at the Health Fair. To have a proxy claim your results, they must bring your signed Proxy Release Form to the Health & Benefits Fair.  All unclaimed results will be postal-mailed to participants.

UCAR FY15 Health & Benefits Fair
March 6, 2015
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
CG1-Auditorium
No registration required

Presenter(s):
Health Promotions Management
Type of event:
Wellness/Benefits
Building:
NWSC
Room:
Conference Room

Posted by Cheryl Cristanelli (cherylc@ucar.edu) at x8708
Lab/division hosting the event:
UCAR, F&A
Affiliation or organization:
Tuesday, February 17, 2015 - 11:00am

Of the uncertainties surrounding our understanding of global climate, one of the largest involves the effects of aerosol particles on cloud radiative transfer and precipitation intensity. Due to limited profiling of aerosol properties, traditionally aerosol-cloud interactions are statistically evaluated using surface aerosol measurements as a proxy for aerosol at cloud height. At low- and mid-latitudes, clouds often form atop a well-mixed atmospheric boundary layer, meaning that the use of surface-based aerosol measurements may not be unreasonable. At high latitudes, however, the atmosphere is often very stable. This stability limits vertical mixing of aerosols, meaning aerosol properties (e.g. number, hygroscopicity, scattering, size) observed at the Earth’s surface may be very different from those at cloud height. This limitation makes it challenging to interpret previous efforts to understand the impacts of aerosols on liquid-containing Arctic clouds (e.g. Lubin and Vogelmann, 2006; Garrett and Zhao, 2006).

In this presentation, I will present recent and ongoing efforts to better understand relationships between aerosol particles and clouds.  This will include evaluation of in-situ and ground-based remote sensing datasets to evaluate the impact of different atmospheric stability regimes on the vertical distribution of aerosol. Additionally, I will provide updated estimates of aerosol-cloud interactions in thin, liquid-containing Arctic clouds, taking into account the possible disconnect between surface-based aerosol and those at cloud height.  Finally, I will provide insight into upcoming field campaigns using unmanned aircraft that should provide additional detail on the vertical distribution of aerosol at high latitudes.

Presenter(s):
Gijs de Boer
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
Mesa Lab
Room:
Main Seminar room

Posted by Gaylynn Potemkin (potemkin@ucar.edu) at x1618
Lab/division hosting the event:
NCAR, NESL, CGD
Affiliation or organization:
Thursday, February 19, 2015 - 2:30pm
Statistical models using partial differential equations (PDEs) to describe dynamically evolving natural systems are appearing in the scientific literature with some regularity in recent years. Such studies seek to characterize the dynamics of temporal or spatio-temporal phenomena such as weather and climate systems, invasive species, ecological consumer-resource interactions, biological community evolution, and animal resource selection.  In the spatio-temporal setting data are often available at varying scales and the integration of a PDE may be computationally infeasible over the spatial support of interest. We present an approach to impose computationally advantageous changes of support in statistical implementations of PDE models and demonstrate its utility using a form of PDE known as "ecological diffusion." This method provides an emulator that is model specific and consistent with the inherent mathematics, and thus differs from phenomenological emulators such as those constructed using Gaussian processes.  

Bio: Dr. Mevin Hooten is Associate Professor with a joint appointment in the Departments of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology and Statistics at Colorado State University as well as Assistant Unit Leader of the Colorado Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit.  He earned a PhD in Statistics from the University of Missouri in 2006.  His main research is on spatio-temporal statistical modeling of ecological processes, focusing on applications in animal movement, disease ecology, landscape genetics, optimal monitoring, paleoecology/climate, and ecosystem/environmental dynamics.  Additional details can be found on this website: http://warnercnr.colostate.edu/~hooten/
Presenter(s):
Mevin Hooten
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
Mesa Lab
Room:
VisLab

Posted by Carolyn Mueller (cmueller@ucar.edu) at x2491
Lab/division hosting the event:
NCAR, CISL, IMAGe
Affiliation or organization:
Thursday, February 19, 2015 - 8:00am
Pre-Health Fair Bloodwork Registration Site 

To participate in the pre-health fair bloodwork screenings, register to attend one of the following onsite sessions.  The standard full-blood chemistry screenings and PSA blood screening for men 50+ are FREE; optional, additional bloodwork screenings are also available upon request at participant cost. Each participant must register individually.  These events are open to UCAR employees, retirees, their spouses/partners and dependent adult children 18-26 years of age. For more information, visit the UCAR Health Fair website.

Pre-Health Fair Bloodwork Session Dates/Locations (Registration and 12-hour fast required; Light refreshments provided at each location)

  • FL:        January 28, 2015, 7:30-11:30 am, FL2-1003
  • ML:        February 5, 2015, 7:30-11:30 am, ML-Damon
  • CG:        February 10, 2015, 7:30-11:30 am, CG1-S Auditorium
  • NWSC:   February 12, 2015, 8:00-10:30 am, NWSC Conference Room
  • RAF:      February 19, 2015, 8:00-10:30 am, RAF Conf Room

Schedule a blood draw appointment through Health Promotions Management's external, secure registration site: https://pickatime.com/UCAR. Registration site requires account setup for each participant.

Confirmation emails will include additional instructions with links to all required forms:  bloodwork lab form and instructions, listing of optional blood test and costs (optional tests to be paid by participants), and consent and release forms for you download, complete and bring with you to your appointment.  You'll also receive appointment email reminders closer to your appointment date.  Please note, bloodwork screening results can be claimed at the Health Fair. To have a proxy claim your results, they must bring your signed Proxy Release Form to the Health & Benefits Fair.  All unclaimed results will be postal-mailed to participants.

UCAR FY15 Health & Benefits Fair
March 6, 2015
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
CG1-Auditorium
No registration required

Presenter(s):
Health Promotions Management
Type of event:
Wellness/Benefits
Building:
RAF/Jeffco
Room:
Conference Room

Posted by Cheryl Cristanelli (cherylc@ucar.edu) at x8708
Lab/division hosting the event:
UCAR, F&A
Affiliation or organization:
Monday, February 2, 2015 - 3:30pm

Date:       February 2, 2015
Time:       3:30pm - 4:30pm
Place:       FL 2 - Room 1001

Speaker:  Joel Van Baelen, Laboratory for Meteorology Physics (LaMP), Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)

Abstract

In this presentation, I will first briefly introduce my home lab (Laboratory for Meteorology Physics: LaMP) and describe its research domains and expertise (aerosols and cloud microphysics, observation and modeling) before dwelling more onto my own research topics: precipitation studies with x and K band radars, as well as atmospheric water vapor 3-D field restitution with GPS tomography.

This later topic will be the main object my talk, and in particular the latest preliminary results from a recent campaign for high resolution 3-D water vapor retrieval through GPS tomography as well as soil moisture monitoring with GPS reflectometry in the framework of a project dedicated to improved agriculture practice.
Indeed, with new environmental regulations in force, it becomes crucial for agricultural practices to optimize plant watering for growth as well as more reasoned use of chemical treatment products for plant fungi development suppression. Hence with the use of GNSS signal analysis, new water vapor products should enhance the impact of Precision Meteorology for Agriculture as a major tool to help agriculture decisions.

In this project, after a first step of simulations to define the optimum set of GPS receiver network geometry and analysis parameters, we implemented a demonstration network in the region of Tarascon in southern France. Using GPS tomography with the entire network proved to be able to produce reasonable water vapor field retrievals with an horizontal resolution of about 2 km and 50 m in height. Within the network, one of the stations was dedicated to reflectometry, following the work of Larsons et al. The analysis of the reflected signals, when taking into account satellite as well as field and culture configuration, showed good promise for water vapor monitoring, while actual soil moisture estimation is still a question.  

We will then discuss these results and put them in perspective for future work.

This seminar will be Webcast - Ncast FL2_1001 (Small Auditorium) Webcast Link
http://www.fin.ucar.edu/it/mms/fl2-live.htm

Presenter(s):
Joel Van Baelen
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
FL2
Room:
1001

Posted by Marybeth Zarlingo (zarlingo@ucar.edu) at x2751
Lab/division hosting the event:
NCAR, RAL
Thursday, February 5, 2015 - 3:30pm

Speaker:       Paul Lawson, SPEC Incorporated, Boulder, Colorado
Date:            February 5, 2015
Time:            3:30pm - 4:30pm
Place:            FL 2 - Rm 1001

Abstract:

The rapid glaciation of tropical cumulus clouds has been an enigma and debated in the literature for over 60 years.  Possible mechanisms responsible for the rapid freezing have been postulated, but until now, direct evidence has been lacking.  Recent high-speed photography of electro-statically suspended supercooled drops in the laboratory has shown that freezing events produce small secondary ice particles, via fracturing and from spicules that eject bubbles.  

Aircraft observations from the Ice in Clouds Experiment – Tropical (ICE-T), strongly suggest that the drop-freezing secondary ice production mechanism is operating in strong, tropical cumulus updrafts.  The result is production of small ice particles settling at a few tens of cm s-1 colliding with and freezing large supercooled drops falling rapidly at a few m s-1. The large drops freeze and produce more small ice, generating a cascading process that results in rapid glaciation of water drops in the updraft.  

Results are presented from data collected using state-of-the-art cloud particle probes during 54 Learjet penetrations of strong (5 to 20 m s-1) cumulus updrafts in a temperature range from +5 to –20 C.  Repeated Learjet penetrations of updrafts containing 3 to 5 g m-3 supercooled liquid show an order of magnitude decrease in liquid mass concentration 3 to 5 min later at an elevation 1 to 1.5 km higher in the cloud.  

The aircraft observations were simulated using a one-dimensional cloud model with explicit bin microphysics.  The model was initialized with drop and ice particle size distributions observed prior to rapid glaciation.  Simulations show that the model can explain the observed rapid glaciation by the drop-freezing secondary ice production process and subsequent "riming", which results when large supercooled drops collide with ice particles.  

This seminar will be Webcast - Ncast FL2_1001 (Small Auditorium) Webcast Link
http://www.fin.ucar.edu/it/mms/fl2-live.htm

Presenter(s):
Paul Lawson
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
FL2
Room:
1001

Posted by Marybeth Zarlingo (zarlingo@ucar.edu) at x2751
Lab/division hosting the event:
NCAR
Affiliation or organization:
Monday, February 9, 2015 - 10:30am

Satellites offer the opportunity to observe atmospheric composition over rapidly developing nations. Population and economic growth in Africa is amongst the highest in the world, but air quality monitoring is limited to South Africa. Nigeria, Africa’s largest economy, has rich oil and gas reserves. There levels of formaldehyde (HCHO), a high-yield oxidation product of nonmethane volatile organic compounds (NMVOCs), are similar to those over southeast Asia. We find with OMI HCHO that per-capita anthropogenic NMVOC emissions from inefficient combustion and wasteful oil/gas extraction exceed emissions in China. Seasonal enhancements in OMI nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and AIRS carbon monoxide (CO) are due to open fires. We find with ozone (O3) from TES that Nigeria has very poor O3 air quality in winter due to restricted ventilation, anthropogenic activity, and seasonal open fires. HCHO in Africa is not only anthropogenic, but also from oxidation of isoprene. Isoprene, emitted by vegetation, is a precursor of O3 and aerosols and thus affects human health and climate. Except for Nigeria, isoprene dominates the HCHO signal outside of the biomass burning season. We use OMI-derived isoprene emissions obtained with OMI HCHO to identify temperature and leaf area index as the dominant drivers of seasonality for African savannas, and temperature only for weak seasonality of Equatorial forests. Emission inventories reproduce this seasonality, but are at least a factor of 2 too high in the tropics. We further evaluate the impact of isoprene on air quality in Africa by placing constraints on the yield of organic aerosol (OA) from isoprene with aerosol optical depth (AOD) from MODIS, and HCHO from OMI. We apply the same approach to the southeast US and use the GEOS-Chem chemical transport model with observations from the SEAC4RS campaign to interpret our satellite-derived yields. 

Presenter(s):
Eloise Marais
Type of event:
Seminar/Symposium
Building:
FL2
Room:
1001

Posted by Dianne Hodshon (dhodshon@ucar.edu) at x1401
Lab/division hosting the event:
NCAR, NESL, ACD
Affiliation or organization:
Friday, March 6, 2015 - 9:00am

UCAR FY15 Health & Benefits Fair
Friday, March 6, 2015
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
CG1-Auditorium
No registration required

Health Fair events include:  Blood Screening Results and Private Consultations; Blood Pressure Screening, Full Blood Chemistry, PSA Prostate Cancer Screening; Optional Blood Screening Screenings; Pulmonary Screening; Bone Density Screening; Body Mass Analysis; Skin Cancer Screening; Vision/Hearing Screening; Ergonomics; Child and Elder Care Resources; Benefits Information; Chair Massage; Health Information Booths, Refreshments, Giveaways; Prizes; and much, much more!

UCAR offers these events as a service and participation is voluntary.  UCAR does not recommend or endorse any products, services or resources associated with these events. For more information, visit UCAR's Health & Benefits Fair website.

Here's to your good health from your friends on the Wellness Advisory Committee (WAC).

Presenter(s):
Health Promotions Management
Type of event:
Wellness/Benefits
Building:
CG1
Room:
Auditorium

Posted by Cheryl Cristanelli (cherylc@ucar.edu) at x8708
Lab/division hosting the event:
UCAR, F&A
Affiliation or organization: