Hearing on the Global Framework and Modes of Interaction


Friday, July 30, 1999
8:00a - 3:20p
National Science Foundation, Room 1235, Arlington, Virginia

Presentation Speaker(s)
8:00a Welcome and Introduction Dr. Diana Natalicio, Chair, NSB Task Force on International Issues in S&E (ISE)
8:10aKeynote Speakers : What are the challenges and/or issues? Dr. Rita Colwell, Director, National Science Foundation
Dr. D. Allan Bromley, Sterling Professor, Yale University
9:00a I. Panel: Role and Responsibilities of the U.S. Department of State

Dr. Jaskolski, Moderator

Dr. John Boright, National Academy of Sciences
Mr. Rodney Nichols, New York Academy of Sciences
Dr. J. Thomas Ratchford, George Mason University
Amb. Mary Beth West, U.S. Department of State

Current or recent U.S. Science Counselors:

Mr. Anthony (Bud) Rock, U.S. Embassy, Paris
Dr. Paul Maxwell, University of Texas at El Paso
Dr. Marco DiCapua, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Dr. John Zimmerman, Science Applications International Corp.

10:30a Open discussion  
10:45a Break  
11:00a II. Panel: U. S. Government agencies modes of Interaction

Dr. Gaillard, Moderator

Dr. Delores M. Etter, Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Science & Technology
Dr. Sharon Hrynkow, Assistant Director for International Relations, Fogarty International Center, NIH
Mr. Rolland Schmitten, Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Activities, NOAA
Mr. Robert S. Price Jr., Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Science & Technology Policy & Cooperation, DOE
Mr. Michael F. O'Brien, Deputy Associate Administrator, Office of External Relations, NASA
Dr. Alan Hecht, Principal Deputy Assistant Administrator for International Activities, EPA

12:45p Open Discussion  
1:00p Lunch (By Invitation)
Luncheon Speaker: "Congressional perspectives on Global S&E"
2:15p III. The U.S.Government Policy Formulation Process

Dr. Luis Sequeira, Moderator

Dr. Kerri-Ann Jones, former Associate Director, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy
Dr. Richard Morgenstern, Senior Economic Counselor, U.S. Department of State
Dr. James Decker, Deputy Director of the Office of Science, U.S. Department of Energy

3:15p Closing Remarks Dr. Natalicio
3:20p End of hearing