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|CALL FOR CATALYTIC REACTIONS|
In this issue, we are asking for your reactions in four areas: campus construction, the NIH budget, the fellow's e-mail list, and the development of diplomatic skills in science.
Send your responses on these topics or your comments on other intramural research concerns to us via e-mail: <firstname.lastname@example.org> fax: 402-4303; or mail: Building 1, Room 209.
1) Any suggestions on how to minimize consternation over campus construction projects? What factors should decide who moves into the new Clinical Research Center?
2) Assuming NIH receives steady budget increases over the next five years, how do you think intramural increases should be spent?
3) What has been your experience using the Fellow-L email list? How could the service be improved?
4) What is your reaction to this issue's "Ethic's Forum" on the cultivation of diplomatic skills and sharing credit? Is this a serious problem for mentoring at NIH? How can negotiation skills best be learned?
HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
Public Health Service
National Institutes of Health
Building 1, Room 209
Bethesda, Maryland 20892
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