GMU Technology, Science, and Innovation Policy Research Seminars
Room: 313. Time: 12:00 – 1:30.
October 10: Al Teich, George Washington University, “Streamlining US Visa Policies for Scientists, Engineers, and Students”
December 5: Joshua Rosenbloom, National Science Foundation, “The Effects of Funding on Scientific Productivity: The Case of Academic Chemistry, 1990-2009″ [Draft paper: Rosenbloom 130929_paper01_text]
This monthly seminar series, sponsored by George Mason University’s Center for Science and Technology Policy (School of Public Policy), explores new ideas and work-in-progress with the Washington-area research community. It’s open and free to all interested researchers with a special invitation extended to graduate students. The seminars are held at the George Mason University’s School of Public Policy (Founders Hall) on the Arlington campus, a short walk from the Orange Line’s Virginia Square/GMU Metro stop (map). The seminar starts at about 12:00 and concludes no later than 1:30. CSTP will provide coffee and cookies — participants are welcome to bring a brown bag lunch. Driving Directions can be found here.
Questions? Please contact Prof. David Hart at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a list of previous seminars, click here.