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Will Gillett visits
A prof who retired from our department 3 years ago is back visiting. Will Gillett was doing DNA mapping kinds of things when I came here on sabbitcal in 1991 and he was nice (and brave) enough to let me join his group, to do and to learn something different while I was away from IBM. He's a great guy, an amazing teacher, and it's great to have him back around the department. When he left, some of the things he used to do became my responsibility, perhaps by association:
People thought they were safe when Will left, but I an an incorrigible punster; do not incorrige me!
Ouch... That one was pretty bad. :-P
Posted by: Nathan at May 8, 2004 1:35 PM
While he's here, someone ought to to see if he can he sign off on closing that bank account ACM had from eons ago.
Posted by: ben at May 9, 2004 11:34 AM
The summer of '97 in the DNA lab was one of my best ever. You, Will and the rest of the gang introduced me to sushi, object-oriented c and biological mathematics. Thanks Ron and Will!
Posted by: Chris at May 10, 2004 10:49 AM
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