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Beginning a Dialogue on the Changing Environment for the Physical and Mathematical Sciences: Report of a Conference Conference Participants Bruce Alberts President National Academy of Sciences William Ascher Professor Sanford Institute of Public Policy Duke University Wilmer Bottoms Senior Vice President Patricof & Co. John K. Buckner Chairman Pensco Radford Byerly, Jr. Vice President University Corporation for Atmospheric Research Nancy Carson Program Manager Science, Education, and Transportation Programs Office of Technology Assessment Fred P. Corson Vice President, Director R&D Dow Chemical Company Ronald Douglas Vice Provost State University of New York, Stony Brook Kevin Finneran Editor Issues in Science and Technology Susan Graham Professor Computer Science Division University of California, Berkeley Phillip A. Griffiths Director Institute for Advanced Study Jack Halpern Professor Department of Chemistry University of Chicago William Harris Assistant Director Directorate for Mathematical and Physical Sciences National Science Foundation Ettore Infante Senior Vice President University of Minnesota
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Beginning a Dialogue on the Changing Environment for the Physical and Mathematical Sciences: Report of a Conference Dale Jamieson Professor Center for Values and Social Policy University of Colorado, Boulder Bobby Junker Director Mathematics & Physical Science Office of Naval Research Charles Kennel1 Professor Department of Physics University of California, Los Angeles Daniel Kleppner Professor Department of Physics Massachusetts Institute of Technology Ronald Konkel Consultant Rockville, Maryland Theodore Kronmiller Attorney Falls Church, Virginia Neal F. Lane2 Provost Rice University Louis J. Lanzerotti Distinguished Member, Technical Staff AT&T Bell Laboratories Norman Metzger Executive Director Commission on Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Applications National Research Council Albert Narath President Sandia Corporation Leslie Nulty Assistant to the Director Department of Public Affairs United Food and Commercial Workers International Union Ruth E. O'Brien Staff Associate Commission on Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Applications National Research Council Robert E. Palmer Chief of Staff Committee on Science, Space, and Technology U.S. House of Representatives Donald Shapero Director Board on Physics and Astronomy National Research Council Harold T. Shapiro President Princeton University 1 Dr. Kennel is currently associate administrator of the Office of Mission to Planet Earth, NASA. 2 Dr. Lane is currently director of the National Science Foundation.
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Beginning a Dialogue on the Changing Environment for the Physical and Mathematical Sciences: Report of a Conference Paul Shoemaker Manager, Strategic Planning Office Sandia National Laboratories Bruce Smith Brookings Institution Philip M. Smith Executive Officer National Academy of Sciences Robert Smith Historian Department of Space History Smithsonian Institution Dorothy Strong Director of Mathematics Chicago Public Schools Michael L. Telson Senior Analyst Committee on the Budget U.S. House of Representatives Mitchell Waldrop Science Writer Washington, D.C. Patrick Windham Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation U.S. Senate Richard N. Zare Professor Department of Chemistry Stanford University
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