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SYMPOSIUM PARTICIPANTS Mark B. Adams Associate Professor of History and Sociology of Science University of Pennsylvania Robert Althauser Associate Program Director Sociology Program, Division of Social & Economic Science National Science Foundation Cezary Ambroziak Embassy of Poland John P. Andelin, Asso. Dir. Office of Tech. Assessment Toby Appel Historian, Biological, Behavioral and Social Sciences National Science Foundation James H. Blackman Deputy Division Director Div. of Social & Economic Sci. National Science Foundation Erich Bloch, Director National Science Foundation Anthony Boccanfuso Dept. of Govt. Relations and Science Policy American Chemical Society David Bodde, Executive Director, Comm. on Eng. & Technical Syst. National Research Council Charles N. Brownstein Directorate for Computer & Information Science & Engin. National Science Foundation Colleen Cordes Chronicle of Higher Education Robert W. Corell Directorate for Geosciences National Science Foundation Dale Corson President Emeritus Cornell University John Crowley Vice President Association of American Universities Hemalata Dandekar Associate V.P. for Research University of Michigan Thomas B. Deen, Exec. Dir. Transportation Research Board National Research Council Robert Atwell, President Stephen Brush American Council on Education Committee on the History ~Vinnie DelGuidice Philosophy of Science United Press International Michel Aubry Scientific Counselor John Burris Denis Dewez Embassy of France Executive Director, CLS Scientific Counselor National Research Council Embassy of Belgium Harvey Averch Senior Staff Associate John P. Campbell James D. Ebert Office of the Director Senior Program Officer Director National Science Foundation Govt.-University-Industry Chesapeake Bay Institute Research Roundtable Thomas J. Baemald National Academy of Sciences Alan Fechter Program Director, Geography & Executive Director, OSEP Regional Science Program Charles O. Campbell, Dir. National Research Council National Science Foundation Legislative & Govt. Affairs National Society of Robert Fox James R. Bartholomew Professional Engineers Professor, History of Science Assoc. Prof. of Japanese History Modern History Faculty Department of History Robert Caplan University of Oxford The Ohio State University Executive Director, CBASSE National Research Council Roger L. Geiger Tim Beardsley Associate Professor of Higher Education Scientific American Marta Cehelsky Higher Education Program Senior Policy Analyst The Pennsylvania State University Charles M. Benbrook, Exec. Dir. National Science Foundation Board on Agriculture Richard J. Green, Asst. Dir. National Research Council Mary Clutter Directorate for Scientific, Acting Assistant Director Technological & International Affairs Alan Duane Beyerchen, Division Director, Cellular National Science Foundation Professor Bioscience Department of History National Science Foundation Dan Greenberg The Ohio State University Science and Government Report 113

Carl W. Hall Acting Assistant Director Directorate for Engineering Martha Harris, Director Office of Japanese Affairs Office of International Affairs National Research Council W. Franklin Harris, Exec. Officer Biological, Behavioral and Social Science Division National Science Foundation James Fred Hays Senior Science Advisor Office of the Director National Science Foundation William G. Herrold Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers Allan Hoffman, Exec. Dir. Govt. & External Affairs National Research Council Constance Holden Science Rachelle D. Hollander Ethics and Values Coordinator National Science Foundation John Holmfeld Science Consultant Committee on Science, Space, and Technology John Hurley Director, BOSTID Office of International Affairs National Research Council John Jennings Committee on Education & Labor U.S. Senate Robert Kargon Department of History of Science The Johns Hopkins University Casey Kiernan Senior Program Officer Govt.-University-Industry Research Roundtable National Academy of Sciences Damien Kulash Executive Director, Strategic Highway Research Program National Research Council Kamien Kulash, Exec. Dir. Strategic Highway Res. Frog. National Research Council Stuart Leslie Department of History of Science The Johns Hopkins University Susan Ruth Levin Arlington, Virginia Sheldon I. Lippman Project Coordinator NAS Film Committee National Academy of Sciences Edward Macias Washington University George Mazuzan Historian National Science Foundation Roy McCloed National Museum of American History Smithsonian Institution Larry McCray Director, COSEPUP National Academy of Sciences Jean McDonald Sr. Policy Analyst National Governors Association Kim McDonald Chronicle of Higher Education Steve Merrill, Director Office of Govt. Affairs National Research Council 114 Norman Metzger Deputy Executive Officer National Research Council Lowell Mininger Group Director, Science & Technology General Accounting Office Phyllis Moen, Program Director Sociology Program, Division of Social & Economic Science National Science Foundation Arthur Mollela Chair, Department of History of Science & Technology Natl. Museum of American History Smithsonian Institution John H. Moore Deputy Director National Science Foundation David B. Nelson, Exec. Dir. Office of Energy Research U.S. Department of Energy Sara B. Nerlove Associate Program Director Geography & Reg. Science Program National Science Foundation Daniel Newton Program Director, Economics Division of Social & Economic Sciences National Science Foundation Mary Jo Nye Professor of History of Science University of Oklahoma Kathryn Olesko Department of History Georgetown University Grace Ostenso Comm. on Science, Space & Technology U.S. Senate Ronald J. Overmann, Program Director History & Philosophy of Science National Science Foundation

Joe Palca Nature Robert Palmer Comm. on Science, Space & Technology U.S. Senate Robert Park, Exec. Dir. American Physical Society Don I. Phillips, Exec. Dir. Govt. -University-Industry Research Roundtable National Academy of Sciences Lynn Pollnow Program Director, Economics Div. of Social & Econ. Sciences National Science Foundation Richard R. Ries Acting Assistant Director, STIA National Science Foundation Sheldon Rothblatt Professor, Department of History University of California Regine Roy Science Counselor Designate Commission of the European Communities Bertha Rubinstein Washington, D.C Anne Scanley Senior Program Officer Govt. -University-Industry Research Roundtable National Academy of Sciences Sonja B. Sperlich Associate Program Director National Science Foundation Jeffrey K Stine Natl. Museum of American History Smithsonian Institution Marcia Sward Executive Director, MSEB National Research Council James E. Tavares Board on Agriculture National Research Council Myron Uman Associate Executive Director CPSMR National Research Council T. Alexander Pond Thomas van der Voort Executive Vice President Carol Scheman Subcomm. on HUD Rutgers University Director of Federal Relations for Independent Agencies Health & Biomedical Research Senate Committee on Appropriations Thomas Quarles Association of American Univ. U.S. Senate Deputy Division Director Div. of Instr. & Resources Glenn Schweitzer Mitchell Wallerstein National Science Foundation Director, Committee on U.S.S.R. Associate Executive Director and Eastern Europe Office of International Affairs Victor Rabinowitch Office of International Affairs National Research Council Executive Director, Office of National Research Council International Affairs John C. Wooley National Research Council Frank P. Scioli, Program Director Div. Director, Instrumentation Political Science Program and Resources Thomas Ratchford Division of Social & National Science Foundation Associate Executive Officer Economic Sciences American Association for the National Science Foundation William Wulf, Asst. Director Advancement of Sciences Directorate for Computer & Bassam Z. Shakhashiri Information Science & Engin. Kathleen ~ Ream Assistant Director National Science Foundation Department of Government Directorate for Science & Relations & Science Policy Engineering Education Bernhard Zimburg American Chemical Society National Science Foundation Scientific Counselor Embassy of Austria Procter Reid NAE Fellow National Academy of Engineering Nathan Reingold, Sr. Historian Joseph Henry Papers American History Museum Smithsonian Institution Allen M. Shinn, Deputy Director Legislative and Public Affairs National Science Foundation Howard Silver, Exec. Dir. Consortium of Social Science Associations 115

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