Sigma Xi Spring Mixer

Sigma Xi Colleagues, I wanted to give you a heads up that we're busy arranging for our Spring Mixer Event, and have selected the following place and time:

5-6:30pm Thursday, April 9, 2015.

Winkler Center (Lucas Boardroom) in the CARE Building (East Campus)

We will have catered snacks, and free wine and beer. All interested (dues paying or not!) are welcome to attend.

I hope you can join us, to socialize with new and old friends, and be inspired by our 2015 Sigma Xi Award winning young faculty and graduate student researchers.

The Winkler Center has a webpage with instructions for finding the location. The link is:

If you are entering through the main entrance of the CARE building (this is the location closest to the where the Campus Shuttle has a stop), the directions are as follows: Go through the double doors into the atrium that is between the CARE building and the Medical Sciences Building (MSB). On the left you see the HSL computer lab through the glass wall and on the right you'll see seating plus a glass "hut". Walk past the bank of red brick passenger elevators and turn to your left. The Center is on the left about 100 feet down the hall, just before you reach the Kresge auditorium.

We very much hope you are able to join us!

Kind regards,

Christy Holland

President, UC Chapter of Sigma Xi


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