GMU Technology, Science, and Innovation Policy Research Seminars
Room: Founders Hall 308. Time: 12:00 – 1:15.
February 7: Prof. Mark Sagoff, SPP and Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy, “What Does Environmental Protection Protect?”
March 7, Prof. David Hart, SPP, “How Should the White House Office of Science and Technology Be Assessed?”
April 4, Prof. David Cheney, SPP and SRI International, “Developing Science, Technology and Innovation Institutions in Saudi Arabia”
May 2, Prof. John Earle, SPP, “Do SBA Loans Create Jobs?”
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 1:15. 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.