August 1, 2013 by Amanda Bradford, NMSU News Center
Editor’s Note: Additional information for the media, including links to high-resolution photos of each speaker, is available at http://domenici.nmsu.edu/for-the-media.html
Registration is under way for the 2013 Domenici Public Policy Conference, Sept. 18 and 19 at the Las Cruces Convention Center. The cost to attend the event is $50. Any university student may attend for free courtesy of Western Commerce Bank, sponsor of the 2013 Domenici Student Experience. Members of the public, as well as NMSU faculty, staff and students, can register for the conference at domenici.nmsu.edu.
Speakers at the conference will include former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton, former Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and retired U.S. Sen. Bill Frist, along with New Mexico native Joshua Cooper Ramo, a former editor at Time magazine and expert on U.S-China relations.
This year, the conference will focus on the future of American energy, and will also feature discussions on U.S. foreign policy in China and the Middle East and health care reform.
Now in its sixth year hosting the conference, the Domenici Institute for Public Policy is named after New Mexico’s longest-serving U.S. senator, Pete V. Domenici. Every year, the conference brings together some of the country’s top experts to discuss a variety of important issues facing the nation. The Domenici Institute is housed on the campus of NMSU.
To register online or to learn more about the conference speakers, visit domenici.nmsu.edu. To receive an invitation by mail, call the Domenici Institute at 575-646-2066.