2020 March Chapter Meeting – Webinar
Our Distinguished Lecturer, Dru Crawley, who was planning to be in Des Moines for our March 25th meeting has agreed to give one of his presentations electronically via GoToMeeting. We are hoping you will put this on your calendars and join us from the comfort of your home or office. This meeting will be free to Iowa Chapter members.
Those of you who already signed up for our original March Chapter Meeting have been reimbursed the $50 registration fee. There is no need to pre-register for the webinar, but we are asking everyone to log in individually so we can track who was in attendance. There will be 1-PDH available to those who attend the meeting. Details of the webinar and Dr. Crawley are on the post to the right.
Regional Historian Wanted
ASHRAE Region VI is looking for a Regional Historian to start July 2020 and run for three years. If you have any interest, please see the wanted poster.
If you are planning to donate to research promotion this year, please consider applying your contribution specifically to the Iowa Chapter Endowment fund so that the donations contribute to local projects.
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Last Updated: March 19, 2020
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