Science and Technology Innovation Program

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Report Release: 2011 State of the Future

September 13, 2011 // 9:00am11:00pm
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The 2011 State of the Future addresses far-reaching questions with input from futurists, business planners, and scholars around the world, who work for governments, universities, NGOs, corporations, and UN and other international organizations. This year's report has chapters on the future of the Egyptian revolution, 15 Global Challenges, scenarios for Latin America, environmental security, and future elements of arts, media, and entertainment that could better bring what's important for the future of civilization to the public. 

Please join us at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars as we welcome Jerome C. Glenn of the Millennium Project, David Rejeski of the Woodrow Wilson Center's Science and Technology Innovation Program, Paul Werbos of the National Science Foundation, and Jonathan Peck of the Institute for Alternative Futures. 

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5th Floor, Woodrow Wilson Center
 
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Experts & Staff

  • David Rejeski // Director, Science and Technology Innovation Program; Interim Director, Commons Lab
  • Todd Kuiken, Ph.D. // Senior Program Associate, Science and Technology Innovation Program
  • Aaron Lovell // Writer/Editor/Program Manager, Science and Technology Innovation Program
  • Eleonore Pauwels // Program Associate/Researcher, Science and Technology Innovation Program
  • Anne Bowser // Researcher, Data Science and Visualization, Science and Technology Innovation Program
  • Elizabeth Tyson // New Projects/Technology Scout, Science and Technology Innovation Program
  • Sharon Weinberger // Global Fellow
  • Piers Millett // Global Fellow
  • Mark Schaefer // Global Fellow

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