R. James Woolsey on Energy – March 15, 1-2:20p NCSU Centennial campus

The Triangle Institute for Security Studies and North Carolina State University Energy and Security Initiative is delighted to invite you to a public lecture by R. James Woolsey, “Energy in the 21st Century: Could Muir, Patton, and Gandhi Agree on a Program?” The talk will be on the Centennial Campus of North Carolina State University in the Golden Leaf BTEC (Thursday 15 March, 1 pm – 2:20 pm).

You may find out more details about this event and reserve a seat by logging onto the following: WOOLSEY AT NCSU.
Inquiries about the NCSU event should be addressed to Carolyn Pumphrey (pumphrey@duke.edu).

R. James Woolsey is Chairman of Woolsey Partners LLC and a Venture Partner with Lux Capital Management.Over the course of a dozen years, Woolsey held presidential appointments in two Republican and two Democratic administrations, including one stint as undersecretary of the Navy and another as director of the Central Intelligence Agency under President Clinton, from 1993 to 1995. In recent years, Mr. Woolsey has become an influential voice in the energy debate. He is known for articulating the national security arguments for reducing dependence on fossil fuels and moving towards distributed generation. He has argued his views in important publications such as The Wall Street Journal and played key roles within the Energy Future Coalition and the National Commission on Energy Policy. These are nonpartisan groups of experts in business, labor, the environment, and national security that are pressing for a more forward-looking energy strategy.