Suggest an InTheLoop Item

Created by Margie Wylie-Petruzziello, Modified on Mon, 28 Jun 2021 at 12:23 PM by Margie Wylie-Petruzziello

What is InTheLoop?

InTheLoop is the email newsletter for Berkeley Lab's Computing Sciences Area. It is produced about twice a month (excluding holidays and the winter closure). To suggest an item, please review the guidelines below and email your item to

Who May Suggest Items?

All CS Area staff, part or full-time including students and postdocs, may submit items for consideration for InTheLoop. 

What Kind of Items Do You Accept?

We publish items about and of interest to Computing Sciences Area staff. Commonly submitted items include

  • Upcoming workshops, events, trainings, and conferences;
  • Notices of special lectures;
  • Calls for proposals, papers, submissions;
  • News of a high-profile visitor;
  • Awards and honors received.

If you are ever in doubt about the suitability of your item, go ahead and email us.

We may direct some items to different channels (such as social media) or we may contact you for more in-depth coverage.

What Do I Send?

Most submitted items appear as one sentence blurbs in a section called "InTheKnow." Therefore, they must have an actionable component so that readers can learn more or take action. For example a URL, a link to a form, email links, or even a phone number. 


All are invited to join Berkeley Lab's Women in Computing at noon on May 30 to discuss K-12 outreach.


Everyone is invited to join Berkeley Lab's Women in Computing at noon on Thursday, May 30 to discuss K-12 outreach. The meeting will be held in Wang Hall's room 4102. Faith Dukes, the Berkeley Lab K-12 STEM program manager, will speak about outreach opportunities at the Lab. Her talk will be followed by a roundtable discussion. Snacks will be provided, but please feel free to bring your lunch, as well.

(NOTE: The link leads to all the relevant information about the meeting such as where it will be held, who is speaking, what to bring, what the group is about, who should attend, and the remote call-in information.)

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