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DEFENSE REINVESTMENT INITIATIVE ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS
Jet Propulsion Laboratory,
CHAIR (1/1/98-12/31/98) VICE CHAIR (11/16/94-12/31/97)
Harry B. Gray, *
California Institute of Technology,
VICE CHAIR (1/1/98-12/31/98) CHAIR (11/16/94-12/31/97)
Los Angeles Unified School District ?
Claudia Jane Barner,
Pasadena City College
Serrano Intermediate School ?
Santa Ana High School
Laurie A. Fathe,
Los Angeles Collaborative for Teacher Excellence (LACTE)
United Teachers of Los Angeles ?
Los Angeles County Office of Education ?
Paul J. Kuerbis,
The Colorado College
Berendo Middle School ?
Los Angeles Unified School District ?
Michael D. McKibbin,
California Commission on Teacher Credentialing
California Alliance for Mathematics and Science (CAMS) ?
California State Polytechnic University
Ernie Roy, Jr.,
King/Drew Medical Magnet High School
Jeffrey N. Rudolph,
California Science Center
Ronald J. Stern,
University of California at Irvine
Dan B. Walker,
San Jose State University
The Times Mirror Company (retired) ?
All terms of membership were 11/16/94-12/31/98, unless otherwise noted.
Member of the National Academy of Sciences
Member of the National Academy of Engineering
Membership term - 11/16/94-12/31/97
Membership term - 1/1/98-12/31/98