Providing graduate students from uOttawa with the opportunity to meet and exchange ideas with senior science and technology (S&T) policy advisors from various countries, sectors and levels of government in Washington D.C. and in Ottawa.

About the event

One of the world’s leading nuclear physicists, D. Allan Bromley was born in Westmeath, Ontario, in 1926 and held degrees from Queen’s University and the University of Rochester. Dr. Bromley sat on President Reagan’s White House Science Council and was the first person to hold the Cabinet-level rank of Assistant to the President for Science and Technology from 1989 to 1993, a position he held during the administration of George H.W. Bush. Dr. Bromley died in 2005.

Founded by the late Dr. John de la Mothe, a Canada Research Chair and Professor at the University of Ottawa, the Bromley Memorial is now organized by the University of Ottawa ISSP and the George Washington University IISTP, providing graduate students from uOttawa with the opportunity to meet and exchange ideas with senior science and technology (S&T) policy advisors from various countries, sectors and levels of government in Washington D.C. and in Ottawa.

David Allan Bromley memoire (PDF, 479KB)

Allan Bromley

Previous Bromley lectures

2022
Mona Nemer
2022

2022 Bromley Memorial Event: Mona Nemer

The ISSP and the Institute for International Science and Technology Policy were delighted to host Dr. Mona Nemer, Chief Science Advisor of Canada.
2021
Sethuraman Panchanathan
2021

2021 Bromley Memorial Event: Sethuraman Panchanathan

The ISSP and the Institute for International Science and Technology Policy were delighted to host Sethuraman Panchanathan, Director of the U.S. NSF.
2017
Kei Koizumi
2017

Kei Koizumi

The ISSP was delighted to host Kei Koizumi, Visiting Scholar in Science Policy at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

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