the participating faculty. A follow-up meeting for workshop alumni will take place in Egypt at the end of the academic year 2011-2012, which staff and 2-3 Committee members will attend. The Committee will also oversee the preparation of a final consensus report that would provide an account of the first workshop, the activities initiated by the participants at their home institutions, the presentations at the follow-on meeting of the alumni, and an evaluation of the outcomes. It will also offer further conclusions about successful practices for preparing faculty to teach about research with dual use potential.
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