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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX C: Attendees at Conferences." National Academy of Engineering. 1969. Impact of Science and Technology on Regional Economic Development: An Assessment of National Policies Regarding Research and Development in the Context of Regional Economic Development. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18450.
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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX C: Attendees at Conferences." National Academy of Engineering. 1969. Impact of Science and Technology on Regional Economic Development: An Assessment of National Policies Regarding Research and Development in the Context of Regional Economic Development. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18450.
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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX C: Attendees at Conferences." National Academy of Engineering. 1969. Impact of Science and Technology on Regional Economic Development: An Assessment of National Policies Regarding Research and Development in the Context of Regional Economic Development. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18450.
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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX C: Attendees at Conferences." National Academy of Engineering. 1969. Impact of Science and Technology on Regional Economic Development: An Assessment of National Policies Regarding Research and Development in the Context of Regional Economic Development. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18450.
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Appendix C Attendees at Conferences February 3, March 9, May 12, and June 15, 1967 IRWIN H. BILLICK Office of State Technical Services Department of Commerce JOHN ROBERT BORCHERT Professor of Geography University of Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota ERIC A. BOURDO Michigan Technical University Director of Ford Forestry Center Houghton, Michigan W. C. BRANDY Office of State Technical Services Department of Commerce WILLIAM BRAYBROOK The Franklin Institute Research Laboratories Philadelphia, Pennsylvania LEONARD BRONDER Commerce Department Michigan SANDRA CALLAWAY Economic Development Administration Department of Commerce WILLIAM M. CAPRON Senior Staff Member Economic Studies Division The Brookings Institution Washington, D. C. W. N. CAREY, Jr., Executive Director Highway Research Board National Research Council BENJAMIN CHINITZ Professor of Economics Brown University Providence, Rhode Island CHESTER W. CLARK Vice President for Research Research Triangle Institute Research Triangle Park, North Carolina ALBERT CRENZ The Franklin Institute Research Laboratories Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 109

no JOHN W. DAWSON Chief Scientist U.S. Army Research Office Durham, North Carolina K. WARREN EASLEY Vice President—Operations Monsanto Research Corporation Washington, D. C. HENRY EINHORN Economic Development Administration Department of Commerce ROBERT EISENMENGER Vice President and Director of Research Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Boston, Massachusetts WILLIAM ELLIS Economic Development Administration Department of Commerce WILLIAM R. EWALD, Jr., Consultant 1555 Connecticut Ave., N.W. Washington, D. C. HENRY A. FAIRBANK Professor and Chairman Physics Department Duke University Durham, North Carolina FLOYD FISCHER, Director Continuing Education The Pennsylvania State University University Park, Pennsylvania LYLE C. FITCH, President Institute of Public Administration New York, New York EUGENE P. FOLEY Assistant Secretary of Commerce and Director, Economic Development Department of Commerce JAMES FORD, Director Economics Office Ford Motor Company Dearborn, Michigan THOMAS S. FRANCIS Federal Co-Chairman Upper Great Lakes Regional Commission Washington, D. C. AARON GELLMAN Vice President—Planning North American Car Corporation Chicago, Illinois WELDON B. GIBSON Managing Director SRI-International Stanford Research Institute Menlo Park, California PAUL J. GROGAN, Director Office of State Technical Services Department of Commerce EDWIN HAEFELE Senior Staff Member The Brookings Institution Washington, D. C. FRANK D. HANSING National Aeronautics and Space Administration Washington, D. C. M. F. HERSMAN National Science Foundation Washington, D. C. WILLIAM HOOPER Office of Science and Technology Washington, D. C. SHIRLEY A. JOHNSON, Jr., Director Denver Research Institute University of Denver Denver, Colorado JAMES A. KENT, Associate Dean College of Engineering West Virginia University Morgantown, West Virginia ROBERT W. LARSON, Director State Technical Services Program New York State Department/ Department of Commerce Albany, New York CHARLES LEVEN Department of Economics Washington University St. Louis, Missouri MARY LOCKE Office of State Technical Services Department of Commerce

Ill GEORGE LUCHAK Professor of Systems Engineering Princeton University Princeton, New Jersey FRED MANSBRIDGE Minority Staff Member Senate Subcommittee - Government Research MARK S. MASSEL Senior Staff Member The Brookings Institution Washington, D. C. LOUIS H. MAYO Vice President for Advanced Policy Studies The George Washington University Washington, D. C. WILLIAM M. McCANDLESS Federal Co-Chairman The Ozarks Regional Commission Washington, D. C. RICHARD MEIER Mental Health Research Institute University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan CARL E. MENNEKEN, Dean Research Administration U.S. Naval Post Graduate School Monterey, California ELLIS MOTTUR Senior Staff Scientist Program of Policy Studies in Science and Technology The George Washington University Washington, D. C. SUMNER MYERS Institute of Public Administration Washington, D. C. W. A. NISKANEN Institute for Defense Analyses Arlington, Virginia BRUCE S. OLD Senior Vice President Arthur D. Little, Inc. Cambridge, Massachusetts ANTHONY PASCAL, Director Office of Economic Research Department of Commerce WILLIAM G. POLLARD Executive Director Oak Ridge Associated Universities Oak Ridge, Tennessee CARL F. PRUTTON, Director FMC Corporation Coronado Pines Oklawaha, Florida JOSEPH M. REYNOLDS, Vice President Graduate Studies and Research Development Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, Louisiana MARTIN ROBBINS Office of State Technical Services Department of Commerce LOUIS ROTHENBERG Office of State Technical Services Department of Commerce CARLISLE P. RUNGE Professor of Law University of Wisconsin Madison, Wisconsin N. SEEMAN National Science Foundation G. W. SEYMOUR Small Business Administration Washington, D. C. CHALMERS SHERWIN Gulf General Atomic, Incorporated San Diego, California FRANK SMITH National Aeronautics and Space Administration Washington, D. C. RAYMOND L. SMITH, President Michigan Technological University Houghton, Michigan R. H. SULLIVAN Office of State Technical Services Department of Commerce

112 R. A. TERSELIC Office of State Technical Services Department of Commerce IRVEN TRAVIS, Vice President Burroughs Corporation Paoli, Pennsylvania CECIL H. UNDERWOOD Director of Civic Affairs Monsanto Company Huntington, West Virginia R. S. VAN FLEET Office of State Technical Services Department of Commerce WESTON E. VIVIAN Vice President KMS Industries Ann Arbor, Michigan

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