University Club of Chicago
76 E. Monroe
Chicago, IL 60603
It’s your last chance to register! Join us for the most riveting dinner conversation you are likely to have for some time. Speakers include former Secretary of Defense William Perry, California Governor Jerry Brown, former Ambassador Joseph Yun, and the night’s honoree, Governing Board Chair Lee Francis. Come early to participate in small-group discussions led by the Bulletin’s Science and Security Board and other globally recognized experts. Two days after the midterm elections, we’ll be talking about what the results mean for the big issues we focus on.
The Bulletin‘s 2018 Annual Meeting is an opportunity for you to engage with leading science and policy experts, civic leaders, and community advocates on the most important issues facing the planet.
Chris Demchak, Grace M. Hopper Chair of Cyber Security and Director, U.S. Naval War College; Steve Fetter, Associate Provost for Academic Affairs, Dean of the Graduate School, and Professor of Public Policy at the University of Maryland; Daniel Holz, Associate Professor in Physics, Astronomy & Astrophysics, the Enrico Fermi Institute, and the Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics, at the University of Chicago; Bonnie Jenkins, Founder/President of Women of Color Advancing Peace, Security and Conflict Transformation; Suzet McKinney, CEO/Executive Director of the Illinois Medical District Commission; Ray Pierrehumbert, Halley Professor of Physics at the University of Oxford; Ramamurti Rajaraman, Emeritus Professor of Physics at Jawaharlal Nehru University; Richard Somerville, Distinguished Professor Emeritus and Research Professor at Scripps Institution of Oceanography; Jon Wolfsthal, Director of the Nuclear Crisis Group
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