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The next meeting will be held December 6-9, 2014 in Washington, DC.  We hope to see you there!  

 

Online registration is now available!!  Please log in on the left to access the form, as well as our hotel block.  If you do not have a username/password, please contact Brandi Neifert to set one up at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 202-872-6230.

 

The dates for the May 2015 meeting are: May 2-5, 2015

 

The Draft Program for the December 2014 Meeting is as follows:

 

 

Saturday Dec 6, 2014 (Noon-6:30 PM)

9:30-11:30         CSSP Board meeting

11:45-12:30       Light Lunch

12-12:30            Opening Session (Marvel Hall) CSSP Intro-P. Simmons

12:30-2:00         Public Appreciation of Science (H.P. Stahl, Chair)

            Joe Palca, Science Writer, NPR

            Pamela Baker, Masson Director of Communications, Smithsonian National Zoo

2:00 – 3:00        Food Security & Population (D. Baltensperger, Chair)

Food*Water*Energy Nexus Symposium?
Political, Cultural, Environment
Develop Action Plan.

3:00-3:30            Coffee Break (Marvel Hall)

3:30-6:00            Frontiers of Science (M. Apple, chair) Marvel Hall

                            Additional Speakers to be Confirmed

6:00                     CSSP Reception & Welcome to new members – Othmer Hall

 

Sunday Dec 7, 2014 (7:30 AM-7:30 PM)

7:30 -8:30            Breakfast – Othmer Hall

8:30-12:30            Committee Meetings (Sessions I, II, III)  - Marvel Hall

8:00-9:15             Session I

                        Math and Science Education (potential workshop)

                        Interdisciplinary Projects

                        Association Best Practices Exchange

                        Science Ethics Issues

9:20-10:35             Session II

                      International Science (E. Sztein, BISO, guest)

                     Public and Government Affairs

                     Population and Food Security

                    Scholarly Journals

10:40-11:55            Session III            

                      Science Careers and Diversity

                       Energy and Environment

                        Public Appreciation of Science

                        Cybersecurity

12:00-1:30            Lunch – Othmer Hall with presentation of the election slate

1:30-2:30             Diversity & Science Careers (D. Wilson, Chair)

Margie Chmiel, Education Tecnology Specialist, Smithsonian Institute (Invite)

2:30-3:30            Committee Reports & Business Meeting

3:30-3:45            Break

3:45-5:30            Future of Water (D. Penrose & D. Apple): Grand Issues of Water

5:30-6:00            Awards Presentation (with Q&A)

6:30-9:00            Awards Banquet – Logan Tavern, 1423 P St NW
                                               

Monday Dec 8, 2014 (7:30 AM-6:30 PM)

7:00-8:00             Breakfast – Othmer Hall

8:00-10:00            Future of the Research University and the Research University of the Future (P. Simmons & S. Mosher, chairs)

                        Randy Woodson, Chancellor, North Carolina State University

10:00-10:30            Q&A with speakers and members

10:30-10:45             Coffee Break

10:45-11:45            CHORUS Presentation (G. Nelson)

                        Susan King, American Chemical Society

                        David Ratner, CHORUS

11:45-12:30            Lunch – Othmer Hall

12:30-2:30            International Science (R. Fuller, Chair)

Ester Sztein, BISO, National Academy of Science

USAID

State Department

2:30-4:30            How to Do Capitol Hill Briefings (American Chemical Society)

4:30-4:45            Break

4:45-5:30            Working with your Congressional Leaders (workshop) TENTATIVE

6:30            Reception with Washington Leaders--Othmer Hall            

 

December 9, 2014 (8:30 AM-1:30 PM)

8:30 AM            Breakfast on Capitol Hill with Congressional Staff –Sponsored by Rep. Price– Location TBD

10:30AM            Adjourn (90 minute Board meeting and Executive Session from 10:30-12)

 

Tentative speakers:

Alan Leshner

Dr. Ted Berger

NSF Director Cordova