Dear CSE Members, Colleagues, and Friends,
Congratulations to the 2013 Program Committee, chaired by Tony Alves and Michael Friedman. We had great attendance and a very successful meeting. We had almost 400 attendees and 13 countries were represented including: Canada, France, India, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Norway, Pakistan, Switzerland, Turkey, UK, Ukraine, and USA. From the opening reception, the keynote and plenary speakers, to the exhibit area, to the dynamic and engaging presentations, our 2013 meeting was a show-stopper. Just a few hours into the CSE meeting and I was reminded why I find CSE so valuable: there are many others who deal with the same problems I have! This is, of course, oversimplifying things and perhaps a bit selfish, but please remember a main benefit of getting involved in CSE is that our members have a wealth of knowledge, experience, and information to offer.
Getting involved with CSE is a great networking opportunity and CSE has many of them, including committees: the editorial policy (never a dull phone call!), the education committee, the membership committee, or the program committee (maybe you have an idea for next year’s program; more on that next month!). Or, perhaps you have a great article idea for Science Editor. Join the CSE’s LinkedIn Group or Like us on Facebook! Do not hesitate to get involved-it’s the only way CSE stays relevant.
Kudos to our immediate past president, Ken Heideman. He is a tough act to follow. For the upcoming year, we’re fortunate to continue to have a strong group of highly dedicated professionals who I am honored to lead (or try!).
CSE 2013 Annual Meeting Photographs
The CSE 2013 Annual Meeting photographs are now ready to be viewed.
Please click here to view them!
Best to all,
Heather Goodell, CSE President