APPENDIX C

WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS

March 19-20, 1998

National Academy of Sciences

Washington, D.C.

John Armstrong

NAE

Amherst, MA

Tom Arrison

Policy Division

National Research Council

Washington, DC 20418

Burt Barnow

Institute for Policy Studies

Johns Hopkins University

Baltimore, MD

Kenneth Brown

Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences

National Science Foundation



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FORECASTING DEMAND AND SUPPLY OF DOCTORAL SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS: Report of a Workshop on Methodology APPENDIX C WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS March 19-20, 1998 National Academy of Sciences Washington, D.C. John Armstrong NAE Amherst, MA Tom Arrison Policy Division National Research Council Washington, DC 20418 Burt Barnow Institute for Policy Studies Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, MD Kenneth Brown Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences National Science Foundation

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FORECASTING DEMAND AND SUPPLY OF DOCTORAL SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS: Report of a Workshop on Methodology Bill Colglazier National Research Council Executive Office Washington, DC 20418 Roman Czujko Statistics Division American Institute of Physics College Park, MD 20740-3843 Robert Dauffenbach Center for Economic Management Research University of Oklahoma Norman, OK 73019 Geoff Davis Department of Mathematics Dartmouth College Hanover, NH 03755 Ronald Ehrenberg Academic Programs, Planning, and Budgeting Cornell University Ithaca, NY 14853-2801 Michael Finn Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education Oak Ridge, TN 37830 Alexander Flax National Academy of Engineering Potomac, MD

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FORECASTING DEMAND AND SUPPLY OF DOCTORAL SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS: Report of a Workshop on Methodology Catherine Gaddy Commission on Professionals in Science and Technology Washington, DC 20005 Charles Goldman RAND Santa Monica, CA 90401 Mary Golladay Science and Engineering Education and Human Resources National Science Foundation Arlington, VA 22230 Daniel Greenberg Department of History of Science, Medicine and Technology Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, MD Jeanne Griffith Science Resources Studies National Science Foundation Arlington, VA 22230 Daniel Hamermesh Department of Economics University of Texas Austin, TX 78712-1173 Brett Hammond Research Division TIAA/CREF New York, NY 10017

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FORECASTING DEMAND AND SUPPLY OF DOCTORAL SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS: Report of a Workshop on Methodology Dan Hecker Bureau of Labor Statistics Washington, DC 20212 Peter Henderson Office of Scientific and Engineering Personnel National Research Council Washington, DC 20418 Caroline Hoxby Department of Economics Harvard University Cambridge, MA 02138 George Johnson Economics Department University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1220 Mary Jordan American Chemical Society Washington, DC 20036 Nancy Kirkendall Office of Management and Budget Washington, DC 20503 Charlotte Kuh Office of Scientific and Engineering Personnel National Research Council Washington, DC 20418

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FORECASTING DEMAND AND SUPPLY OF DOCTORAL SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS: Report of a Workshop on Methodology Paula Stephan School of Policy Studies Georgia State University Atlanta, GA 30303-3083 Skip Stiles Committee on Science U.S. House of Representatives Washington, DC 20515 Marilyn Suiter American Geological Institute Alexandria, VA 22302 Jennifer Sutton Office of Scientific and Engineering Personnel National Research Council Washington, DC 20418 Peter Syverson Research and Information Services Council of Graduate Schools Washington, DC 20036 Molla Teclemariam Office of Scientific and Engineering Personnel National Research Council Washington, DC 20418 Michael Teitelbaum Alfred P. Sloan Foundation New York, NY 10111-0242

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FORECASTING DEMAND AND SUPPLY OF DOCTORAL SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS: Report of a Workshop on Methodology Eleanor Thomas Office of Policy Support National Science Foundation Arlington, VA 22230 Alan Tupek Science Resources Studies National Science Foundation Arlington, VA 22230 Sarah Turner Curry School of Education University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA 22903-2495 Jim Voytuk Office of Scientific and Engineering Personnel National Research Council Washington, DC 20418 George Walker Graduate School Indiana University Bloomington, IN 47405-3901 Katherine Wallman Office of Management and Budget Washington, DC 20503 Eric Weinstein Department of Mathematics Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA 02139

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