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John Cirilli of Notre Dame wins GECC Raffle!! October 21, 2011

Posted by museumatt in Annual Meeting, conference.
The Graduate and Early Career Caucus of the History of Science Society would like to congratulate John Cirilli, a Graduate Student in the History and Philosophy of Science at Notre Dame for his winning raffle ticket.  Congrats John!
We can safely proclaim the first year of this raffle a smashing success.  The support was extremely helpful in us reaching our goals for this year’s annual conference.  We raised a substantial amount of money this year, allowing us to hold an HSS-4S-SHOT mixer for graduate students and early career professionals.  Everyone is welcome to the mixer, which will be on Friday night from 9-11pm at Wonder Bar (a few mins walk from each conference hotel).  If you don’t know us, the GECC officers, please do take a moment and introduce yourselves if you have a chance throughout the conference.  We’d love to get a chance to connect with all of you.  If you’re a graduate student or early career professional in HSS, please try and make it to our annual business meeting on Saturday from 11:50-12:20.  It’s during these meetings that we are able to get information about the needs of our caucus to help plan for future activities (and also where you can get more involved in GECC!)
Thanks again for your support!
GECC Officers
-Nathan Crowe, Co-Chair
-Melinda Gormley, Co-Chair
-Matthew White, Communications Officer
-Rachel Mason Dentinger, Mentorship Coordinator
-Christine Manganaro, Session Coordinator


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