By Janice Sinclaire | October 11, 2017
Reserve your space for the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists’ 2017 Annual Dinner and Meeting on November 6th at the University Club of Chicago!
OPENING REMARKS — hear from former United States Secretary of Defense William J. Perry, celebrated author, and member of the Bulletin’s Board of Sponsors.
Keynote speaker David E. Sanger is National Security Correspondent for the New York Times and one of the most sought-after experts on nuclear and cyber security. With a team of his Times colleagues, Sanger was the winner of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize in International Reporting, the third in his 34-year career at the Times.
We will honor Chicago Innovator Ellen Sandor, founder and director of the collaborative artists group (art)n and a pioneering artist with a longstanding commitment to integrating art and science. A special installation of Sandor’s art will be on view for our guests.
Prior to our 2017 Annual Dinner, you are invited to join our 2017 Annual Meeting. Don’t miss your chance to engage with distinguished experts on topics of nuclear risk, climate change, and emerging technologies. Register now to be part of the conversation. Seats are limited.
Advance Dinner sponsorships are available now by contacting Development Director Colleen McElligott at [email protected]. Space is limited–we encourage you to purchase your Annual Dinner ticket(s) early to reserve your seat via the secure online portal.
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