Washington D.C. AFLSE 1st Web-Based Newsletter

This is our first Washington D.C. Chapter web-based Newsletter. If you received this letter, take no action. At the end of May we will be discontinuing the AFLSE Washington D.C. Chapter list server and replacing it with this AFLSE Washington D.C. Chapter Newsletter delivered from the AFLSE web site using our registered user database. If you were not on our list server, we are pleased to have you join the AFLSE Washington, D.C. electronic community for the first time. We plan to send a monthly newsletter to provide information on the upcoming activities of the AFLSE Washington D.C. Chapter and news of local job postings, flat sharing requests and other events and activities posted by fellow AFLSE members that may be of interest to you. If you receive this letter as a Newsletter and a list server posting then you do not need to take any action, unless you do not wish to receive future newsletters. We would encourage you to change your address information at www.aflse.org so that LSE and AFLSE can better serve your needs in the future.  Additionally, if you wish to eliminate receiving this newsletter and/or add another chapter immediately, then go to www.aflse.org/group.html to make your changes.If you have made postings to the List Server, or would like to make posting, we appreciate your announcements and would ask that you address any future contributions to washingtondc@aflse.org for posting to this Chapter’s Newsletter. We anticipate this will be more efficient for AFLSE users who will only have to update e-mail addresses in one place and will save AFLSE from the cost of maintaining two databases. Other chapters will see the introduction of newsletters next month.
We want to make this transition as smooth as possible.  If you have any concerns or issues, please e-mail washingtondc@aflse.org.
Thank you for your past and future support of the AFLSE. Olga N. Chistyakova, MSc. Environment & Development, ‘04
Washington D.C. Chapter Newsletter Editor

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Washington, DC: Happy Hour
Thursday, 05/17/07 at 9:30pm

Happy hours are an informal way to network and meet local fellow AFLSE alums!

AFLSE members, friends, recent grads, and future students are all welcome!

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