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APPENDIX C

SOURCES OF PUBLIC COMMENT

The draft report was posted on the NSF website from December 11, 2002 through January 15, 2002. A response form was provided to facilitate suggestions and reactions. An email address was also available. NSF also solicited comments through press coverage and through direct contacts. The NSB received 45 substantive responses (91 pages) commenting on the draft report, all of them submitted by email. Most responses were received from individuals but a few were submitted in the name of several people or an entire association. These responses by no means represent a random or representative sample of the research and education communities NSF serves. Most of the respondents provided specific comments that aided in preparing the final draft of the report

Name
Organizational Affiliation
   
Richard Alkire University of Illinois
   
- Mark Ratner Northwestern University
(Co-chairs, NRC Report for the Chemical Sciences)  
   
Christopher W. Allen Vermont EPSCoR, University of Vermont
   
Diola Bagayoko Director Timbuktu Academy, Southern University and A&M College
   
Ann M. Bartuska President Ecological Society of America (ESA)
   
Hyman Bass President, American Mathematical Society
   
- David Eisenbud President Elect, American Mathematical Society
   
- Samuel M. Rankin III Director of the AMS Washington Office
   
Fran Berman Director, SDSC and NPACI, U.C. San Diego
   
Randy Black University of California, Irvine
   
Richard D. Braatz University of Illinois
   
Hans-Werner Braun University of California, San Diego
   
Marta Cehelsky Inter-American Development Bank
   
Scott Chapple European Academy of Sciences
   
Richard F. Coyne
President and Executive Director, Great Lakes Science Center
   
- Blake Andres Director of Education
   
Thomas B. Day Former NSB Member
   
David W. Ellis
President and Director, Museum of Science, Boston, MA
   
Lloyd S. Etheredge Director, Government Learning Project, New Haven, CT
   
Mary Farrell Dean of Libraries, University of Wyoming
   

Ian Foster Argonne
National Laboratory, University of Chicago
   
Deborah A. Freund Vice Chancellor and Provost, Syracuse University
   
Lawrence Fritz Director, Electron Microscope Facility, Northern Arizona University
   
Nils Hasselmo President, Association of American Universities
   
Brian Hawkins President, EDUCAUSE
   
Albert Henderson Former Editor, Publishing Research Quarterly
   

K. Elaine Hoagland
National Executive Officer, Council on Undergraduate Research
   
Charles Hosler Pennsylvania State University
   
Alan J. Hurd Los Alamos National Laboratory
   
Anant Kumar Jain Independent Telecommunication Consultant
   
Eric Jakobsson University of Illinois
   
Eugene Jones JVN Technologies
   
Eamon M. Kelly Payson Center, Tulane University
   
- Sheila Favalora Payson Center, Tulane University
   

Michael L. Kelly

Physicist, NSF International
   

C. O. Langebrake
Retired Mechanical Engineer
   
Edward S Lowry  
   
Merrilea J. Mayo President, Materials Research Society
   

Timothy C. McClaughry
 
   
Michael McGeary McGeary and Smith, Washington, D.C.
   
- Phil Smith  
   
Doug Mounce University of Washington
   
Richard T. O'Grady Executive Director, American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS)
   
- Adrienne J. Froelich Public Policy Director, AIBS
   
Joseph O'Rourke Smith College
   
Brad Rogers California
   
Thomas F. Rosenbaum  
   
James Franck Argonne National Laboratory and University of Chicago
   
Bruce Schatz Director, CANIS Laboratory U. Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
   
Lana Skirboll Director, Office of Science Policy, NIH
   
Larry Smarr University of San Diego
   
Frank G. Splitt Northwestern University
   
Richard N. Zare Stanford University

 

 

 
 

 

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