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Dr. Anne Petersen's Selected Speeches:
 
Dr. Anne Petersen's Photo Dr. Anne Petersen
National Science Foundation
Deputy Director
July 1994 - September 1996

Dr. Petersen's Biography


Dr. Petersen's Recent Speeches:

Remarks at the University of Wisconsin at Madison,
June 18, 1996

Keynote Address International Conference on Global Tropical Forest Conservation, University of Puerto Rico, Luquillo Tropical Forest LTER Site,
May 30, 1996

Commencement Address College of Computer, Mathematical, and Physical Sciences, University of Maryland,
May 23, 1996

Remarks at University of Chicago, Changes for Science in the 21st Century,
April 12, 1996

Remarks at Council Of Graduate Departments Of Psychology, Sante Fe, New Mexico,
March 3, 1996

Remarks at NASULGC Council on Governmental Affairs, Winter Meeting,
February 29, 1996

Remarks at Jerome B. Wiesner Symposium,
February 26, 1996

Luncheon Address Association for Women in Science, AAAS Annual Meeting,
February 10, 1996

Remarks before a Panel Discussion, AAAS Annual Meeting, Association for Women in Science, Baltimore, MD,
February 9, 1996

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