Special Guest Speaker
bbailey at clark.net
Tue Jul 20 12:23:37 CDT 1999
If we need it for Mark (or any other meeting) I can get us a nice
conference room (comfortably holds 30 or so) or an okay auditorium (looks
like a highschool, but it holds hundreds). Both have access to telephone,
computer, and laptop with large format display. I have after-hours access
to a (not so attractive) computer lab, but it does not (yet!) have Internet
access. Refreshments are also available at a nominal cost.
Personally, I would prefer to meet on a college campus.
On Saturday, July 17, 1999 12:26 AM, James W. Sandoz; (BIO;FAC)
[SMTP:sandoz at umbc.edu] wrote:
> > Will September make it more difficult to get a campus room?
> I dunno. I spoke to someone whom I thought would know about the rooms,
> and he wasn't sure. I'd asked about a room with computers, which is a
> more difficult to arrange, since users have to have accounts. But Rob
> thinks they won't be necessary. (Neither do I, now that I think about
> I don't think September will be a problem. In the evenings, there
> are plenty of unused classrooms on campus. I've just got to find out how
> to arrange one and to line up a projector.
> I'm going on vacation Sunday and won't be back on campus or on line until
> the following week.
> Mr. James W. Sandoz, Instructor, UMBC Dept of Biol Sciences,
> 1000 Hilltop Circle
> Catonsville, MD 21250
> voice: (410) 455-3497; fax: 455-3875; net: sandoz at umbc.edu
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