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President Bush Meets Livermore Fellows

May 15, 2009

President G.H.W. Bush and studentsOn Tuesday, May 5, former President G.H.W. Bush met in his Houston office with six of the first eight graduates of the Bush School’s new graduate National Security Affairs Program.  This certificate program is the result of a collaboration between the Bush School and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories.  All eight of the initial graduates are Livermore scientists and engineers.  The certificate program is designed for individuals in careers involving interface with the U.S. national security processes and policies. From the left in the photo above are:

Top row l-r:  Tom Anklam, Kimberly Budil, Steven Bradley, Brian Cracchiola, President Bush,
Bottom row, l-r:  John Knezovich, Janeen Wood.

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