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2022 Public Policy Colloquium (PPC)

The Willard, Washington, D.C
February 7-9, 2022


Hybrid Meeting

We are excited to announce that you will be able to attend the 2022 Engineering Deans Public Policy Colloquium in-person or virtually per a new hybrid option. This exciting approach allows us to gather in-person for dynamic interpersonal conversation while expanding access to valued members who seek virtual access.

Registration fees are the SAME for in-person or virtual attendance.

 Please click here to register for the Colloquium.

FOR THOSE WHO HAVE ALREADY REGISTERED

Please click here to let us know if you plan to attend virtually or need assistance scheduling a congressional visit on Wednesday, February 9th, during the Colloquium


About The Colloquium

The Public Policy Colloquium of the ASEE Engineering Deans Council (EDC), which began in 1991, is organized by a Public Policy Committee, comprised of engineering deans – members of EDC.

The Colloquium has a dual role: to strengthen the discussion of engineering education and research issues between the deans of engineering and key public policy makers, and to enable the deans to refine their public policy agenda. Attendance is open only to deans of engineering and their federal/government relations representatives*.

*University federal government relations representative has to be registered for the conference by their dean.

The 2022 Engineering Deans Public Policy Colloquium is back in person in 2022! Register now for an exciting program focused on regional innovation and competitiveness. The U.S. Congress and Biden Administration are poised to make major investments in critical technology areas focused on growing our talent base, broadening capacity, and advancing use-inspired research around the nation. As hubs for research and workforce development in their regions and nationally, schools and colleges of engineering are key players to make progress on these issues. Deans will come together to discuss these topics and other policy issues facing schools of engineering with federal agency officials, Members of Congress, and other policymakers.