Appendix C
Workshop Agenda

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2005

Opening

8:30-9:00

Paul Anastas, ACS Green Chemistry Institute

Current Status

9:00-9:30

David Allen, University of Texas, Austin

9:30-10:00

James Hutchison, University of Oregon

10:00-10:30

Steven Howdle, University of Nottingham (on sabbatical at University of Pittsburgh)

Current Status Panel

10:45-11:00

Amy Cannon, Rohm and Haas

11:00-11:15

Berkeley Cue, Pfizer (retired)

11:15-11:30

Kenneth Doxsee, National Science Foundation (University of Oregon)

11:30-11:45

Tyler McQuade, Cornell University

11:45-12:15

Panel Discussion

Tools and Materials

1:15-1:45

Julie Haack, University of Oregon

1:45-2:15

David Shonnard, Michigan Technological University

2:15-2:45

John Andraos, York University (Canada)

2:45-3:15

John Warner, University of Massachusetts, Lowell

Tools and Materials Panel

3:30-3:45

Michael Cann, University of Scranton

3:45-4:00

Eric Beckman, University of Pittsburgh

4:00-4:15

Kathryn Parent, Green Chemistry Institute (ACS)

4:15-4:30

Richard Wool, University of Delaware

4:30-5:00

Panel Discussion

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2005

Where Do We Go from Here?

8:30-9:00

F. Fleming Crim, University of Wisconsin

9:00-9:30

Cliff Davidson, Carnegie Mellon University

9:30-10:00

Terrence Collins, Carnegie Mellon University

10:00-10:30

Julie Zimmerman, University of Virginia (EPA)

10:30-10:45

Break

Where Do We Go from Here? Panel

10:45-11:00

Linda Vanasupa, California Polytechnic State University

11:00-11:15

John Leazer, Merck & Company

11:15-11:30

James Mihelcic, Michigan Technological University

11:30-11:45

Jorge Vanegas, Georgia Institute of Technology

11:45-12:15

Liz Gron, Hendrix College

12:15-12:45

Panel Discussion



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Appendix C Workshop Agenda MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2005 Tools and Materials Panel 3:30-3:45 Michael Cann, University of Scranton Opening 3:45-4:00 Eric Beckman, University of Pittsburgh 8:30-9:00 Paul Anastas, ACS Green Chemistry 4:00-4:15 Kathryn Parent, Green Chemistry Institute Institute (ACS) 4:15-4:30 Richard Wool, University of Delaware 4:30-5:00 Panel Discussion Current Status 9:00-9:30 David Allen, University of Texas, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2005 Austin 9:30-10:00 James Hutchison, University of Oregon Where Do We Go from Here? 10:00-10:30 Steven Howdle, University of Nottingham (on sabbatical at University 8:30-9:00 F. Fleming Crim, University of of Pittsburgh) Wisconsin 9:00-9:30 Cliff Davidson, Carnegie Mellon University Current Status Panel 9:30-10:00 Terrence Collins, Carnegie Mellon 10:45-11:00 Amy Cannon, Rohm and Haas University 11:00-11:15 Berkeley Cue, Pfizer (retired) 10:00-10:30 Julie Zimmerman, University of 11:15-11:30 Kenneth Doxsee, National Science Virginia (EPA) Foundation (University of Oregon) 10:30-10:45 Break 11:30-11:45 Tyler McQuade, Cornell University 11:45-12:15 Panel Discussion Where Do We Go from Here? Panel 10:45-11:00 Linda Vanasupa, California Polytechnic Tools and Materials State University 1:15-1:45 Julie Haack, University of Oregon 11:00-11:15 John Leazer, Merck & Company 1:45-2:15 David Shonnard, Michigan 11:15-11:30 James Mihelcic, Michigan Technological University Technological University 2:15-2:45 John Andraos, York University 11:30-11:45 Jorge Vanegas, Georgia Institute of (Canada) Technology 2:45-3:15 John Warner, University of 11:45-12:15 Liz Gron, Hendrix College Massachusetts, Lowell 12:15-12:45 Panel Discussion 34

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35 APPENDIX C Introduction of Breakout Sessions Breakout Sessions (concurrent) 1:30-1:45 Frankie Wood-Black, Conoco-Phillips 3:30-5:00 1. Green Chemistry & Green Company Engineering Industry & Education 2. MGreen Chemistry, Green Engineering and the New Faculty Breakout Sessions (concurrent) 3. Creating Incentives, Removing 1:45-3:15 1. Green Chemistry & Green Impediments Engineering in Future Curricula 2. What Materials, Programs & Tools 5:00 Meeting Adjourns are Needed 3. What is Needed to Achieve Interdisciplinary Approaches?