WISE - Washington Internships for Students of Engineering

WISE - Washington Internships for Students of Engineering

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Paul

I'm Paul Faeth and I was in the first WISE group way back in '81. I'm living in the DC area and working on environmental policy stuff (energy, climate, water) here in town.

Director, Energy, Water & Climate, Inst. for Public Research, CNA

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  • June 22, 2011
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  • Wolf Y.

    Wolf

    Wolf Y.

    Chancellor at University of Washington, Bothell

    Hi Paul, thanks for reaching out to the WISE folks. I noticed that you had left WRI ... would you consider having a chat with this year's WISE fellas in your new role at CNA? Cheers, //W

  • Paul F.

    Paul

    Paul F.

    Director, Energy, Water & Climate, Inst. for Public Research, CNA

    Absolutely. That would be fun.

  • Barry

    Barry H.

    Professor at University of Washington

    Paul,

    Glad to hear you are still living with a case of Potomac Fever. But, you are exhibiting one of the time-warp symptoms of an advanced case...your participation in the first WISE program was in 1980, not 1981.

    :))

  • Sandy Y.

    Sandy

    Sandy Y.

    Adjunct Professor at State University of New York Institute of Technology

    When would be a good time to get together with you? The weeks of July 11 and July 25 are pretty open at this time. Do they work for you? Sandy

  • Paul F.

    Paul

    Paul F.

    Director, Energy, Water & Climate, Inst. for Public Research, CNA

    LOL. Thanks for the reminder Barry.

    Paul

  • Paul F.

    Paul

    Paul F.

    Director, Energy, Water & Climate, Inst. for Public Research, CNA

    Right now I'm wide open the week of the 11th. I could come downtown for
    lunch or after work any day except Tusday evening.

    paul

  • Sandy Y.

    Sandy

    Sandy Y.

    Adjunct Professor at State University of New York Institute of Technology

    How about a lunchtime talk on July 11? How early could you be here? We are using the IEEE office as our head quarters this summer and they are located at 2001 L St. NW, Suite 700.

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