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USAEE’s Distinguished Lecturer Series ("DLS")

 

The USAEE "Distinguished Lecturer Committee" is pleased to announce the selection of the following two outstanding individuals, nominated by their peers, who will be sharing their knowledge and expertise with our members as part of USAEE's Distinguished Lecturer Series:

 
Guy Caruso,
Senior Associate,
CSIS, Washington, DC
Tel:202-741-3866
gcaruso@csis.org;

 

and

 
Kevin Forbes,
Associate Professor,
Catholic University of America,
Washington, DC,
Tel: 202-319-4794
forbes@cua.edu.

 

 

 

DLS was formed in 2012 under the leadership of Shree Vikas, USAEE's Vice-President, Business, to obtain outstanding speakers to facilitate the creation of new USAEE Chapters, revitalize existing Chapters, and to conduct USAEE-sponsored webinars. The DLS disseminates information about the latest energy market trends and applied economic analysis from peer-nominated thought leaders and recognized experts in their field who are known to be capable speakers. In addition to Guy Caruso and Kevin Forbes, USAEE's roster of Distinguished Lecturers now includes Dong Fu (ExxonMobil Corporation); Todd Onderdonk (ExxonMobil Corporation); Surya Rajan (Baker Hughes); and Benjamin Schlesinger (BSA & Associates).

If you would like to host a Distinguished Lecturer in your location, please reach out to your Chapter President (https://www.usaee.org/chapters.aspx) and Peter Kobos (phkobos@sandia.gov), Vice President, Chapter Liaison. The topic, date, location and other details are coordinated among Peter Kobos, your Chapter President, and the Distinguished Lecturer. USAEE covers the cost of travel for the Distinguished Lecturers.

Nominations are collected via USAEE website on an ongoing basis with the intent of identifying potential topics and participants in a timely manner.  For more information about DLS and/or to nominate an outstanding USAEE member as a Distinguished Lecturer, please go to the DLS page of the USAEE website at https://www.usaee.org/dls.aspx.  


 

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