Science and Policy Seminar Series

Food Safety: How has Science Shaped the Development of HACCP Regulations and Policy?

A panel presentation and discussion by Catherine Woteki (Dean of the College of Agriculture, ISU); Helen Jensen (Professor, Department of Economics, ISU); and James Dickson (Professor and Chair, Department of Microbiology). March 7, 2003.


Beyond Science into Policy: Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia

Dr. Nancy Rabalais, Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium. April 2, 2003.


Responding to the Threat of Bioterrorism: Roles and Responsibilities of Life Scientists

Dr. Ronald M. Atlas, Center for the Deterrence of Biowarfare and Bioterrorism, University of Louisville. November 14, 2003.


Widening the Lens on Obesity: Science and Policy from a Systems Perspective

Dr. Kate Clancy, Henry A. Wallace Center for Agricultural and Environmental Policy at Winrock International. January 26, 2004.


Selective Entry; Persistent Contact: Reflections on How to Work the Hill

Dr. Larry Burmeister, Associate Professor of Community and Leadership Development/Sociology, University of Kentucky. February 19, 2004.


Why Won't They Listen?
Improving the Interactions of Agri-Environmental Science with the Policy process

Dr. Sandra S. Batie, Elton R. Smith Professor of Agricultural Policy, Agricultural Economics Department, Michigan State University
Thursday 25 March 2004

For further information regarding the Science and Policy Seminar Series, contact:

Dr. Clare Hinrichs

Ms. Ann Finan

Path to the Future
Iowa State University Agronomy Department
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