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Here are job interview thank you letter samples. Take some time to edit the thank you letter you choose, so it reflects your personality and your interest in the new job.  More Employee Thank You Note Samples Zero Creatives / Getty Images Want to send a thank you note to a colleague who has done a great job? Here are examples of employee thank you letters to send to someone who has done a good job, whether it’s to a boss, an employee, team members, colleagues, or to others in the workplace that you wish to thank for their assistance or performance.  More The Best Ways to Say Thank You Not sure how to say thank you? There are so many people who help you during a job search and at many times during your career. Here are tips and advice on who to thank and how to say thank you, including  tips for writing thank you letters, when to send handwritten thank you notes and thank you cards, and the best way to send thank you email messages.   More Thank You Note Starters Janice Richard / Getty Images Make your thank you notes stand out for the greatest impact and benefit. Sometimes it’s hard to know how to begin, to catch the reader’s attention, and cue up the points you want to make in your note. Writing thank you notes shouldn’t be complicated, but they also don’t need to be boring. Here are some opening ideas for a variety of business situations.               More Phrases to Say Thank You There are a hundred different ways to say “thank you.” When you're writing a thank you note, it's important to choose a phrase that fits the reasons that you are saying thank you. You’ll want to tailor your thank you notes to the circumstances.

Can You Be Born a Couch Potato? The Genetics of Physical Activity - J. Timothy Lightfoot
7:00 PM – Great Hall, Memorial Union - J. Timothy Lightfoot directs the Huffines Institute for Sports Medicine and Human Performance at Texas A&M University, where his research focuses on the genetics of daily physical activity and exercise endurance. His lab also has a unique interest in the physiological responses of athletes in a variety of non-traditional venues such as auto racing and in musicians. Lightfoot’s research has been featured in numerous general media outlets including the Los Angeles Times , , National Public Radio, and NBC’s Today Show . He began his career as a research consultant at NASA’s Biomedical Laboratory and has been on the faculty at Florida Atlantic University and the University of North Carolina Charlotte. He is currently the Omar Smith Endowed Professor of Kinesiology at Texas A&M.  Pease Family Scholar in Kinesiology

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