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APPENDIX Convocation Agenda Rising Above the Gathering Storm Two Years Later: Accelerating Progress Toward a Brighter Economic Future JW Marriott Hotel, Washington, DC April 29, 2008 (Tuesday) 7:00 AM Breakfast 8:00 Welcome from the Organizing Committee Charles Vest, President, National Academy of Engineering Norman Augustine, Convocation Chairman and CEO Emeritus, Lockheed Martin Tom Luce, CEO, National Math and Science Initiative 8:20 Opening Panel: Meeting the Competitiveness Challenge Bob Schieffer, Chief Washington and Capitol Hill Correspondent, CBS News (Moderator) Craig Barrett, Chairman of the Board, Intel Sally K. Ride, Chief Executive Officer, Sally Ride Science G. Wayne Clough, President, Georgia Institute of Technology 9:00 Congressional Perspectives Honorable Kay Bailey Hutchison, U.S. Senate (Texas) Honorable Rush Holt, U.S. House (New Jersey) Honorable Bart Gordon, U.S. House (Tennessee) Honorable Lamar Alexander, U.S. Senate (Tennessee) Honorable RubÃ©n Hinojosa, U.S. House (Texas) Honorable Frank Wolf, U.S. House (Virginia) Honorable Eddie Bernice Johnson, U.S. House (Texas) 11:00 Federal Cabinet Member Perspectives Honorable Margaret Spellings, Secretary of Education Honorable Samuel Bodman, Secretary of Energy Honorable Carlos Gutierrez, Secretary of Commerce Noon Lunch 20
1:00 PM Overview of Issues K-12: Tom Luce, CEO, National Math and Science Initiative David Ferrero, Senior Program Officer for Education, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Francis (Skip) Fennell, Professor of Education, McDaniel College and Past-President, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Research: Arden L. Bement, Jr., Director, National Science Foundation Steven Chu, Director, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Higher Ed: C.D. Mote, Jr., President, University of Maryland, College Park Kristina Johnson, Provost, Johns Hopkins University Innovation: Deborah Wince-Smith, President, Council on Competitiveness Gail Cassell, Vice President, Scientific Affairs, Eli Lilly 2:30 Breakout Groups 1. American COMPETES: Moderator: Deborah Stine, Specialist in Science and Technology Policy, Congressional Research Service â Ballroom, Salons III and IV 2. State Strategies: Moderator: James Duderstadt, President Emeritus, University of Michigan â Russell Room 3. Higher Education: Moderator: William B. Bonvillian, Director, MIT Washington Office â Dirksen Room 4. K-12: Moderator: Tom Luce, CEO, National Math and Science Initiative â Hart and Cannon Rooms 5. Research and Innovation Environment: Moderator: George M. Scalise, President, Semiconductor Industry Association â Rayburn Room 3:30 Breakout Groups Report 4:00 Comments from the Floor 5:00 Adjourn 21