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Dupont Summit 2016 Videos

Dupont Summit 2016 on Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy Issues
Friday December 2nd at the Historic Whittemore House
1526 New Hampshire Ave, NW, Washington DC
Utilizing Natural Gas Generators to Reduce Emissions and Flared Gas
Moderator: Tara K. Righetti, University of Wyoming, College of Law
Greyson Buckingham, Mesa Natural Gas Solutions
STEM and Diplomacy: Bridging the Digital and Knowledge Divides 
Organizer: Connie L. McNeely, George Mason University
Moderator: Jong-on Hahm, George Washington University
Wenda Bauchspies, National Science Foundation (U.S.) Fahmida N. Chowdhury, National Science Foundation (U.S.) Kevin A. Clark, George Mason University
Erik W. Kuiler, George Mason University 
Research Committee for Legislative Specialists Panel
Organizer: Irina Khmelko, University of Tennessee 
Implementing Legislative Strengthening Programs:  Who is in Control?
David E. Guinn, SUNY Center for International Development 
Jeffrey D. Straussman, Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy, University of Albany SUNY  
Mandatory Data Reporting: The Unused Tool in Legislative Oversight
Tomas Bridle, Independent Development Consultant
Legislative Roles in Addressing Major Impediments in the Process of Democratic Transition and Consolidation: The Case of the Ukrainian Parliament
Irina Khmelko, University of Tennessee 
Michael Bonnal, University of Tennessee 
The Role of the New Rarliament in the Stage of Economic Crisis: the Case of the Slovene National Assembly
Drago Zajc, University of Ljublijana 
Consolidation of or Resistance to Democracy: Democratization and the Turkish Grand National Assembly
Ömer Faruk Gençkaya, Marmara University 
Excerpt from Expert Table Discussion 
Moderator and panelist: Irina Khmelko, University of Tennessee 
 Ömer Faruk Gençkaya, Marmara University, Turkey 
 David E. Guinn, SUNY Center for International Development  
 Robert Nakamura, Rockefeller College 
Greg Power, Global Partners Governance, UK 
Ellie Valentine, Implementer, Ukraine, Afghanistan 
Drago Zajc, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia 
Amping-Up Pedagogy through Interdisciplinary Instruction: A Study of the Effects of Interdisciplinary Instruction on Undergraduate Attitudes and Values Related to Energy Issues at the U.S. Naval Academy
ModeratorHoward Ernst, United States Naval Academy 
 Karen Flack, United States Naval Academy 
 Joseph Smith, United States Naval Academy 
 Kurtis Swope, United States Naval Academy 
Low-Carbon Energy Security 
 Presenter: Max Gruenig, Ecologic Institute
Presenter: Brendan O’Donnell, Ecologic Institute 
Science & Technology Poverty
 Moderator: Thomas Woodson, Stony Brook University
 Dhanaraj Thakur, The Alliance for Affordable Internet/ The Web Foundation
 Michelle L'Archeveque Jones, USAID
Kartikeya Singh, Center for Global Development
What is Essential for Effective Regulation? 
 Moderator: Stuart Umpleby, George Washington University
 Robert Knisely, Senior Civil Servant, Retired 
 Morris Bosin, Grant Thorton International Ltd. 
 Jason Jixuan Hu, Independent Researcher
Book Presentation: Public Policymaking by Private Organizations: Challenges to Democratic Governance
 Catherine Rudder, George Mason University
 A. Lee Fritschler, George Mason University
 Yon Jung Choi, George Mason University 
Promising New Scholarship and Complexity Conference: 3pm
Solving the Water Infrastructure Crisis: Clues from Public Opinion, Media Coverage and Policymaking
Sridhar Vedachalam, Johns Hopkins University
Excessive Technology in Hospital, Nursing Homes and Healthcare Databases: Is It Killing Patients? 
Autimn Little, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
 4:30 PM
Assertions and opinions in these presentations are solely those of the above-mentioned author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Policy Studies Organization, which expressly does not take positions on policies.