ISAC-ISSS 2014 Program and Events

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We're excited to announce our 2014 program in Austin! See below for how you can browse the program by subject or group, and how you can build a personalized schedule to carry with you at the conference. Note that browsing the public program and viewing your schedule require you to be logged into isanet.org.

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We're excited to announce our 2014 program in Austin! To use our online program, including our personalized scheduler, you must be logged in to isanet.org. In the meantime, you are welcome to view our downloadable PDFs of the program and our meetings and receptions list.

Conference Schedule

Friday, November 14, 2014
5:00p-6:15p Keynote: Ambassador Hank Crumpton
"A New Era of Conflict"
6:15p-8:00p Reception
Saturday, November 15, 2014
7:30a-8:15a Breakfast
8:15a-10:00a Panel Sessions (SaA)
10:15a-12:00p Panel Sessions (SaB)
12:00p-1:15p Lunch
1:30p-3:15p Panel Sessions (SaC)
3:30p-5:15p Panel Sessions (SaD)
5:30p-6:30p Keynote: Representative Michael McCaul
"The False Narrative: How Ending the
‘War on Terror’ Put America in Danger"
6:45p-8:15p Dinner
Sunday, November 16, 2014
7:45a-8:15a Breakfast
8:15a-10:00a Panel Sessions (SuA)
10:15a-12:00p Panel Sessions (SuB)

Program Team

Charles Eugene Gholz | Faculty Host & Program Director/Chair
The University of Texas at Austin

Lovdy Grossman | Conference Director
The University of Texas at Austin

isac-isss2014@isanet.org

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Full Program

Keynote Speakers

Amb. Hank CrumptonBio

Friday, November 14th, 5pm
"A New Era of Conflict"

 

Rep. Michael McCaul Bio

Saturday, November 15th, 5:30pm
"The False Narrative: How Ending the ‘War on Terror’ Put America in Danger"

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