HGW seminars are designed as an interactive way to provide students and faculty a better understanding of the role of science and technology in the public policy process from an insider's perspective. Don't miss this exciting opportunity to learn firsthand from those in the field.
Please RSVP via Doodle poll with your FIRST & LAST NAME by noon Tues., January 15, 2013. Pizza will be provided. Please indicate if you are a vegetarian in your response.
PLEASE NOTE, by signing up for this seminar, you agree to the following: "I understand that if I indicate that I am coming, but then do not attend and sign the attendance sheet, or cancel less than 24 hours before the seminar, the department will bill me for $8.00 which I agree to pay." You also have the option to decline lunch.
Sessions are not recorded and cannot be viewed at a later date. If you are located in another facility and would like to participate via video or audio conference, please contact Korin Sharp, EPP DC Office Director at
202.326.6238 or e-mail email@example.com at least two days prior to the event. Please also contact Korin if you have any suggestions for future topics or speakers.
EDITOR, CQ ROLL CALL DAILY BRIEFING
As the editor of the CQ Roll Call Daily Briefing, David Hawkings offers forward-looking, non-partisan analysis of the top stories in Congress and around official and political Washington — online or by e-mail, just before lunchtime every weekday.
Hawkings has been the Daily Briefing’s editor since its launch just after Election Day 2010. Before that he spent six years as managing editor of CQ Weekly, a newsweekly covering the policies, people and politics of Washington with a particular focus on Capitol Hill.
He has also been the company’s senior editor for legislative affairs; co-editor of "Politics in America," CQ Roll Call's signature reference work on members of Congress; the weekly magazine’s economics editor and its congressional affairs editor; and managing editor of the CQ Daily Monitor, the predecessor of CQ Today.
A native of New York and a graduate of Bucknell University, before coming to CQ in 1995 he was a correspondent in the Washington Bureau of Thomson Newspapers and a reporter, columnist and editor at the San Antonio Light.
As a student of the politics and culture of Congress for two decades, he makes frequent appearances as a guest commentator on Fox News, CNN, MSNBC and National Public Radio. He offers analysis every Monday and Friday morning on NPR’s Washington affiliate, WAMU.
He lives in Washington with his wife, Betsy, and their two sons.
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