The Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology Meeting, being held July 25-30,
2000 at the University of Washington, Seattle, is soliciting 25 graduate
students to handle the microphones during the question and answer periods at
the platform sessions and symposia. Your duties will be to carry a mike to
individuals who wish to ask questions, turn on the mike for them at the
appropriate time, and then turn off the mike.
Free registration will be given in return for staffing five 90 minute
sessions through the meeting. (There are a total of nineteen 90 minute
sessions during the entire meeting.) We will make every effort to allow you
to sign up for the sessions of your preference, but may not be able to meet
everyone's first choices.
To qualify, you must be a graduate student, attend a training session on
Tuesday, July 25 from 5:00pm - 6:00pm at Meany Hall on the University of
Washington campus, and attend the entire meeting.
Please submit applications by e-mail or fax to Anne Marie Mahoney,
amm60 at aol.com or fax: (301) 530-7079. The deadline for applications is May
22, 2000. If more than 25 students apply, we will make selections based on
a random draw.
Applicants will be notified by May 29 if they have been accepted and their
registration fee has been waived.
City______________ State______ Zip/Postal Code_______ Country_________
Year in school________________________________________________________
I agree to staff 5 - 90 minute platform sessions as a microphone runner and
will attend the entire Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology Meeting and the
training session on Tuesday, July 25 from 5:00pm - 6:00pm.
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