The Obama transition: science and the arts

President-elect Barack Obama continues to name members of his transition team.
Among the latest announcements are that the National Science Foundation
agency review will be led by Jim Kohlenberger – who was senior domestic
policy adviser to Vice President Al Gore, where he focused on science
and technology – and Henry M. Rivera, a lawyer. For the arts and
humanities transition team, Obama has selected Bill Ivey, director of
the Curb Center for Art, Enterprise, and Public Policy at Vanderbilt
University and former chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts;
Anne Luzzatto, who served in the Clinton administration as a special
assistant to the president and who has more recently been vice
president for meetings and outreach at the Council on Foreign
Relations; and Clement Price, the Board of Governors Distinguished
Service Professor of History and director of the Institute on
Ethnicity, Culture, and the Modern Experience at Rutgers University at

Here is the link.  Those names are not huge surprises and of course you will again see the imprint from the Clinton administration.


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