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Press Release 10-173
Subra Suresh Sworn in as NSF Director

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Subra Suresh

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Subra Suresh, his wife, Mary, and White House science advisor John Holdren

Subra Suresh is sworn in as NSF director in a ceremony in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington, D.C. John P. Holdren, White House science advisor and director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, administers the oath and is joined by Suresh's wife, Mary.

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President Obama with a group of young people seated behind him

At the first White House Science Fair, President Obama congratulates students from around the country on their achievements in a broad range of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) competitions. The President also used the occasion to introduce NSF's new director, Subra Suresh, who was in the audience for the East Room event. Before delivering his remarks, the President talked to some of the student winners about their exhibits that were set up in the State Dining Room.

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