June 4, 2004  

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

 

 

TIP Transitions

By Kate Metropolis

The Interaction Point team has said goodbye to our layout designer, Nicolle Rager, who is moving to Washington, D.C., to become a scientific illustrator for the National Science Foundation (NSF). Rager will be working full-time on a new web site, to be launched in October, that will highlight various scientific investigations funded by NSF.
 

Photo by Diana Rogers

Rager came to the Communications Group last summer as an intern illustrator from the UC Santa Cruz graduate program in science communication and stayed on as a graphic designer.

The illustrations she did for SLAC include dark matter warping gravity, the expanding universe and a future linear collider. They can be downloaded from the Interactions image bank at: www.interactions.org/imagebank/

Taking over the layout is Alan Chou. An illustrator from the UC Santa Cruz graduate program in science communication, Chou has the software savvy to continue our publication in the style to which you have become accustomed.

 

The Stanford Linear Accelerator Center is managed by Stanford University for the US Department of Energy

Last update Thursday June 03, 2004 by Emily Ball