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MER Meeting Minutes - Friday December 17, 2010

Attendees: Mark Stratton, V. Raju, Bob Mott, Steve Coe, Marshall Gartenlaub, Gary Conkol, Val Hawks, David Wells, Paul Nutter, Ron Bennett, Hulas King.

  1. Minutes from Nov. 19th meeting approved.
  2. MER Session and Meeting at 2011 SME Annual Conference, Bellvue, Washington.
    • Mark reported facilities needs being pursued. Need to have program details (speakers, panelists, etc.) for Sunday meeting firmed by mid-January.
    • Ron reviewed the plan and purpose of the Sunday MER session. Details in draft sent on Dec. 15.
    • How to make potential participants aware of this conference.
      • Ron and Val will prepare a .pdf document to advertise the session(s) by Jan.
      • Reach out to personal contacts is most effective.
      • Use, MER community newsletter, SME Speaks, ETD list serve, ASEE Mfg division, Member council, Chapter leaders, etc.
      • Pre-conference webinars may be helpful for prep and interest.
      • Steve C. suggests getting UW professor involved – will send contact info.
  3. International Education Consortium for Manufacturing program and collaboration activities.
    • Discussion led by Raju described potential of international collaboration in manufacturing education particularly at the MS level.
    • Involvement and formation of chapters could result from this Multi-university consortium for education.
    • Potential for an international conference co-hosted by SME/MER to further international manufacturing educational efforts (prior conferences in India and Thailand).
    • MER leadership needs to clearly articulate this strategic direction and purpose of this effort and how it aligns with SME in order to move forward.
  4. University of Dayton has a 3+1 program with a university in Shanghi doing a similar educational work.
    • There is recent agreement between the US State Department and India that may have funding to facilitate these kinds of efforts.
    • Mark suggests we keep in mind a national educational effort directed by Roger Olsen as described in past CIEC and ASEE conferences. Will provide a link to those papers.
  5. Other items – SME foundation has submitted a proposal for funding on enhancing High School design and manufacturing opportunities and education.
  6. Action items:
    • Ron and Val will work on a brief description of the MER June meeting to send out to potential attendees.
    • Ron and Marshall will firm up, and report to Mark, the names for the Januarydeadline.
    • Steve Coe will send contact information for the UW fellow to Bob and Mark.
    • Raju will draft a purpose statement for the international consortium concept and circulate.
    • Mark will send a link to the National level educational initiative directed by Roger Olsen.
    • Next meeting – report from Bob Mott on Center for Education activities and progress. Raju will determine next meeting time.


Manufacturing Education and Research Community Meeting

attendess: R. Bennett, S. Coe, G. Conkol, H. Greathouse, V. Hawks, H. Jack, H. King, R. Mott, M. Stratton

regrets: H. Kraebber, D. Wells

  1. Call to order and approval of past minutes (http://www.eieinohio.org/manufacturing_wiki/index.php?title=MER_Minutes)
  2. MER Session and Meeting at 2011 SME Annual Conference, Bellvue, Washington (Saturday and Sunday sessions)
    • Pre-event
      • Develop activities over a few months ahead of time
      • Possible webinars to prepare for the four focused sessions - supported by M. Stratton
      • Use these activities to encourage participation
    • Sunday - total 4 hour time block - R. Bennett is organizing with M. Stratton
      • combined introduction - one hour
      • 2 rotated 45 minute breakouts - R. Bennett will work with leaders to plan
        • K-12 Pipeline - leader M. Gartenlaub
        • Teaching manufacturing in non-manufacturing programs - leader Bob Mott
        • Leadership in manufacturing - leader R. Bennett
        • Curriculum 2015 - leader H. Jack
  3. Curriculum 2015 update
    • The group has been kept small with H. Jack, G. Conkol, B. Mott, M. Stratton
    • good progress on the 4 year program and industry perspective sections. We are now working on sections for 2 year and graduate programs
    • Over the next few weeks we will be selecting other sections to develop
    • There may be some activities in other venues such as NAMRC, ASEE, ASME
  4. SME Center for Education status, progress and discussion (including report on presentation to SME Board)
    • A copy of the presentation will be circulated soon
    • Interaction with programs outside the named manufacturing programs needs to be a priority. Working with other societies is one of the efforts to be pursued
    • The value of design and build projects is being considered in the ASME Curriculum 2030 document
    • Four pillars of manufacturing
      1. Materials and manufacturing processes
      2. Product, tooling, and assembly engineering
      3. Manufacturing systems
      4. Manufacturing competitiveness
  5. Other Items
    • The ABET criteria are in various stages of update
    • There is strong support for the NAMRI support for manufacturing education as facilitated by M. Stratton
    • The 'Key Messages' document from the SME has been released and disseminated to various staff, leadership, and volunteers
      • The document includes a substantial component on manufacturing education
    • Job classifications and hiring practices were discussed and this could have a major impact on Science and Engineering Technology Graduates
  6. The next meeting – proposed for December 17th (modified schedule due to December holidays)


MER Meeting Minutes - October 22, 2010

attendees: R. Bennett, S. Coe, G. Conkol, V. Hawks, H. Jack, B. Mott, P. Nutter, M. Stratton

regrets: none

  1. Call to order and approval of past minutes (http://www.eieinohio.org/manufacturing_wiki/)
  2. Technical groups – status and leadership.
    • It has been cumbersome trying to determine exactly what operating technical groups we have and who leads them. A current list of groups and contacts will help M. Stratton recruit and direct new participants.
    • There is an interest in having the committees be action oriented - coming into existence for purposes.
    • The SME center for education is already associated through common members.
    • Cross-linking groups is another way to create more activity. Examples are the CASA and Bioengineering groups.
    • The need for an ongoing link to the NCME / MATEC group is needed.
    • Ties to the NAMRI or research needs is an under-addressed component. V. Hawks will explore new ties. This may include an appointee to sit in for the MER calls.
    • A group of manufacturing program chairs should be resurrected.
    • Previously Proposed (and approved) Technical Groups:
      1. Bioengineering - A. Sirinterlicki has been active
      2. MER Student Competitions - may be active with T. Bond
      3. MER Continuing Education
      4. Manufacturing Curriculum and Content - Curriculum 2015 activities
      5. Benevolent Action - work underway with G. Conkol
      6. MER Education Activities Coordination - Activities underway with B. Mott
    • Recent activities and reports from:
      1. Tim Bond – ICE (overlapping Continuing Education and Student Competitions?)
      2. Gary Conkol - BAC
  3. Other business items left from previous meeting
    • revising accreditation criteria for manufacturing engineering technology - discussion in updated criteria are being discussed in the ABET-TAC group. The group is working towards submission to ABET by March 2011.
    • NAMRC 39 - The call for papers deadline extension to Nov. 15 and transitioning from publishing NAMRI/SME Transactions to NAMRC Proceedings and papers fast tracked to Journals. The conference will be held June 13-17, 2011 in Corvalis, OR. This is collocated with other conferences and provides some unique opportunities. More collocated events are also being considered.
  4. MER Session and Meeting at 2011 SME Annual Conference, Bellingham, Washington.
    • Current plans are being made for Saturday-Sunday sessions.
    • There are plans for a Saturday afternoon major working session on the Curriculum 2015 work.
    • On Sunday there will be a forum in the afternoon.
    • An MER meeting is planned for Saturday morning.
    • The session descriptions and details will be circulated for feedback.
  5. Curriculum 2015 update
    • The Baccalaureate section is nearing finalization and the industry perspectives session is being reviewed now. Other sections will be considered next.
    • The group is being kept small but is expected to expand as more sections are addressed.
    • The structure of the report is building i) industry, ii) academia, iii) K-12, and iv) service groups. This will conclude with a set of recommendations for actions the groups can take.
  6. SME Center for Education status and progress
    • There was a meeting in at the SME headquarters October 15.
    • The group spent a fair amount of time discussing the four pillars as an underlying strategy.
    • Four pillars of manufacturing
      1. Materials and manufacturing processes.
      2. Product, tooling, and assembly engineering.
      3. Manufacturing systems.
      4. Manufacturing competitiveness.
    • M. Stratton and B. Mott will be presenting to the SME Board in November.
  7. The next meeting time is planned for Friday November 19 at noon EST.


Manufacturing Education and Research Community Meeting Minutes - Sept., 24, 2010

Attendees: R. Bennett, G. Conkol, M. Gartenlaub, R. Mott, P. Nutter, V. Raju, M. Stratton, R. Wolff

  1. Call to order at 12:00pm EST
  2. Approval of previous meeting minutes unanimous
  3. MER Session and Meeting at 2011 SME Annual Conference, Bellingham, Washington.
    • The consensus was for an MER sponsored session on Sunday, June 5 as an afternoon session focusing on issues of broad appeal to SME members, etc. Four key areas were identified for speakers and panels: 1. K-12 programs that generate interest in engineering; 2. Curriculum 2015 report out; 3) Teaching manufacturing in non-manufacturing programs; 4) Teaching leadership
    • Ron Bennett volunteered to lead efforts to cover teaching leadership and Marshall Gartenlaub volunteered to lead coverage of K-12 programs that generate interest in engineering. Both will serve in a leadership capacity to plan the Sunday session and will develop and submit a session title by September 30 to Mark Stratton to pass along for SME Conference promotion.
    • Saturday, June 4 was agreed upon as a MER Community focused meeting with suggested agenda items including: MER Community
    • mission, structure, issues; Tech Group meetings; C 2015 review, international activities in manufacturing education and other agenda items. Val Hawks and Raju will lead the planning for this meeting with assistance
    • Key deadlines to meet for information Gary Conkol volunteered by Bob Mott, Hugh Jack and to be integrated into the Annual conference promotion include: September 30 for the titles of the session and meeting; October 30 for the general description of the session; and January 15, 2011 for confirmed speakers, titles, etc.
  4. Curriculum 2015 update
    • Bob Mott, Gary Conkol and Hugh Jack are meeting regularly and are using the Wiki document and original C-2002 documents as a basis for their work.
    • They plan to engage others and have the document completed for June 2011.
  5. SME Center for Education status and progress
    • Bob Mott reported work is completed on SME key messages on education that will be distributed by SME President Barb Fossum.
    • There was a gathering of SME, ASME, and IEEE education people in Dayton that initiated dialog about common content around the four pillars of manufacturing. There is an agreed need for this to continue.
  6. There is interest in exploring a relationship with ATMAE (formerly NAIT) as there is much manufacturing in industrial technology progams.
    • Work is progressing slowly on a presence for “education” on the SME home page. Bob asked for volunteers to help develop content for pages on careers and education programs. Marshall Gartenlaub will provide input on careers. Others interested, contact Bob Mott.
  7. The next meeting is Friday October 22, 2010 noon-1pm EST
  8. Adjourned 1:00pm

Manufacturing Education and Research Community Meeting Minutes - Sept., 10, 2010

attendees: G. Conkol, V. Hawks, H. Jack, B. Mott, P. Nutter, V. Raju, M. Stratton, D. Wells

  1. Call to order at 12:00pm EST
  2. Approval of previous minutes unanimous support
  3. Monitoring the MER Forum is an ongoing effort and Val will be taking a leadership position
  4. Curriculum 2015 update (Hugh)
    • A draft survey was circulated and feedback was received
    • A critical mass is still needed, it might be better to reduce the group size
    • The older documents will be used as the basis for the new work
    • A very small group will be tasked with moving forward - Bob, Hugh, and Gary
    • a group call will take place Wed., Sept, 15 3-4pm - Mark will set up the call
  5. MER/SME Annual Meeting update (Mark and Val)
    • Mark outlined the plans for the SME Annual Meeting (or maybe Conference) in Portland, OR
    • The organizers are looking for ways to support leaders with methods beyond leadership training
    • The event is expected to include a larger conference style component
    • We could incorporate a substantial MER meeting on Sunday
    • A workshop or similar event could be run on Saturday
    • the MER meeting could be held on Saturday so that members could attend other sessions of interest
    • Mark and Val looking for input soon, instead of later
    • There were some questions about the posted event information that indicated a call for speakers
    • Things could be run at the end of the event on Tuesday or Wednesday when tours are being offered
  6. SME Center for Education status and progress (Bob)
    • Bob has been working with Barb Fossum on a focused document dealing with common education issues
    • There was a gathering of SME, ASME, and IEEE education people to initiate dialog about common manufacturing content. Other groups are being courted including the IIE. Hopefully this will include others such as NAIT
  7. Other Items
    • The SME may be distributing older copyies of the TMEH
    • The SME will be aquiring 'Tooling University' to expand training offerings
  8. The next meeting will be held Friday September 24, 2010 noon-1pm EST
  9. Adjourned 1:00pm

Agenda for MER community meeting - Friday July 23rd 12:00 p.m. EST

Attendees: R. Bennett, G. Conkol, V. Hawks, H. Jack, B. Mott, P. Nutter, V. Raju, M. Stratton, B. Wolff

Regrets:

  1. Call to order: Val H.
  2. ASEE Annual Conference: Thanks, review and lessons learned (all).
    • A unique booth, the first offered by any ASEE division, that pulled together various organizations and schools to promote manufacturing.
    • Some followup comments have been well received in the SME, and there are questions about followup events.
    • There are a series of events in 2011
      • SME Annual Meeting near Seattle, June 5-7
      • NAMRC in Corvallis, OR, June 13-17
      • ASEE in Vancouver, June 26-29
    • Something could be set up for the month to build momentum.
  3. Curricula 2015 plans: Discussion on next steps to complete the work (Hugh, and all)
  4. SME annual meeting: MER track at 2011 meeting (Mark and Val)
    • There was unanimous support for an education track at the SME annual meeting
  5. Next Call August 27, 2010 at noon EST

Manufacturing Education and Research Conference call - June 4, 2010

  • Attendees: Tim Bond, Steve Coe, Scott Danielson, Val Hawks, Hugh Jack, Paul Nutter, Venkitaswamy Raju, Mark Stratton, David Wells, Bob Wolff, David Woodall
  • Regrets: Gary C., Ron B.
  • Call to order Friday June 4th 12:00 p.m. EST (Note: deferred May meeting)
  • Agenda Items
    • ASEE Annual Conference status (Hugh, David, Winston, Mark)
      • David reviewed the basic details of the booth
      • Monday and Tuesday of ASEE conference
      • 2 TVs to raffle
      • One new exhibitor will be added
      • Booth staffing will be done by individuals, but David is trying to find continuous staffing with students. Anybody with kids would be appreciated
      • Souvenirs will be offered - a screwdriver/light and a luggage tag.
    • SME annual conference (Mark and Val)
      • Bob presenting to the SME board on Saturday - it was distributed by email before the meeting
        • The committee voiced a note of support for the centers activities
      • Val MER Community presentation on Monday.
      • Val Poster prepared to be presented also
    • MER face-to-face meeting:
      • Where and when - details to follow
        • Oct 28-29 Pittsburgh as part of Leadership series seminars
        • September 16-17 Salt Lake as part of Leadership series seminars
        • ASEE Meeting - informal meeting Sunday
      • Possible topics:
        • Curriculum 2015 continued
        • Study on state of Mfg programs
        • SME/MER and international
        • Other
    • SME/MER and International efforts in Manufacturing (Steve Coe, Raju)
      • There was a discussion of international events and opportunities for more engagement with international bodies.
      • There are a number of activities underway with Indian groups - invitations will be sent by email.
      • More discussion will follow
    • Tim Bond discussed some of the chapter activities including chapter run competitions to help recruiting
  • Adjourned - 1:10pm EST

SME Manufacturing Education And Research (MER) Community

Phone Conference Meeting - Mar., 26, 2010

attendees: R. Bennett, G. Conkol, W. Erevelles, M. Gartenlaub, H. Greathouse, V. Hawks, H. Jack, B. Mott, A. Sirinterliki, M. Stratton

regrets: D. Bee, S. Coe, L. Gillespie, D. Wells

  1. Called to order noon EST
  2. Technical Group Reports
    • Biotech Group Update (Arif)
      • Website is - http://www.sme.org/bioengineering
      • Went to International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineering meeting in New Jersey - participating in meetings with 4 presentations available on website
      • Webinars for the group are also available if you log in. These are one hour or more with audio, slides, and more
      • Other interest areas include Biofuels/Biodiesel, Gecko based tape, Biodegradable materials, Biomimicry
      • Wrote an article in Manufacturing Engineering Medical Yearbook
      • There is an SME/ASME design competition focusing on developing an endoscopic device - links to be sent by email
    • Accreditation Committee (Mark)
    • METEC (Bob)
      • Up and running, looking for materials
    • SME Annual Meeting (Mark)
  3. ASEE Manufacturing Division Events for the Annual Meeting
    • Finances (Winston)
      • There are a number of commitments already and more expected
      • Recruiting for booth support continues
    • Layout and Logistics (Hugh)
      • Dave doing creative design
      • Hugh looking at logistics
      • Open issues based on funding; Give-aways, promotions, etc.
    • Other issues (Mark)
      • Conference passes available
      • The Laser Engraver will be investigated further
      • A 3D laser scanner may be available
      • Recruiting people to cover booth
      • Notice to other groups to promote the meeting and booth through ASEE and SME
      • Also promoting paper sessions
  4. SME Center for Education
    • Good support from all levels of SME
    • Meeting March 15 in Dearborn where the development team met with many others to discuss the mission and operations
    • Developed a draft set of messages for the SME
    • An article is being prepared for Manufacturing Engineering entitled "Let’s All Celebrate All of Manufacturing and All of Manufacturing Education" - the draft was circulated by email
  5. The State of Manufacturing Programs
    • Manufacturing is still needed and offered, but the numbers are lower than needed
    • Issues
      • Manufacturers do not recognize manufacturing engineering as a separate discipline, but as a subset of mechanical engineering
      • 60% of engineers (regardless of discipline) have worked in manufacturing
      • Manufacturing engineering and technology peaked in 2000 with 71 programs, now down to 57
      • Programs tied to local companies and needs grow
      • Lack of name branding and recognition hurt the programs
      • Lack of support by administration reduces the likelihood of keeping programs
      • Share thoughts on the viability of programs
    • There should be some investigation of programs that are being closed
  6. Next meeting Apr., 23 noon EST
  7. Adjourned 1pm EST


SME Manufacturing Education And Research (MER) Community

Phone Conference Meeting - Mar., 26, 2010

attendees: R. Bennett, G. Conkol, W. Erevelles, M. Gartenlaub, H. Greathouse, V. Hawks, H. Jack, B. Mott, A. Sirinterliki, M. Stratton

regrets: D. Bee, S. Coe, L. Gillespie, D. Wells

  1. Called to order noon EST
  2. Technical Group Reports
    • Biotech Group Update (Arif)
      • Website is - http://www.sme.org/bioengineering
      • Went to International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineering meeting in New Jersey - participating in meetings with 4 presentations available on website
      • Webinars for the group are also available if you log in. These are one hour or more with audio, slides, and more
      • Other interest areas include Biofuels/Biodiesel, Gecko based tape, Biodegradable materials, Biomimicry
      • Wrote an article in Manufacturing Engineering Medical Yearbook
      • There is an SME/ASME design competition focusing on developing an endoscopic device - links to be sent by email
    • Accreditation Committee (Mark)
    • METEC (Bob)
      • Up and running, looking for materials
    • SME Annual Meeting (Mark)
  3. ASEE Manufacturing Division Events for the Annual Meeting
    • Finances (Winston)
      • There are a number of commitments already and more expected
      • Recruiting for booth support continues
    • Layout and Logistics (Hugh)
      • Dave doing creative design
      • Hugh looking at logistics
      • Open issues based on funding; Give-aways, promotions, etc.
    • Other issues (Mark)
      • Conference passes available
      • The Laser Engraver will be investigated further
      • A 3D laser scanner may be available
      • Recruiting people to cover booth
      • Notice to other groups to promote the meeting and booth through ASEE and SME
      • Also promoting paper sessions
  4. SME Center for Education
    • Good support from all levels of SME
    • Meeting March 15 in Dearborn where the development team met with many others to discuss the mission and operations
    • Developed a draft set of messages for the SME
    • An article is being prepared for Manufacturing Engineering entitled "Let’s All Celebrate All of Manufacturing and All of Manufacturing Education" - the draft was circulated by email
  5. The State of Manufacturing Programs
    • Manufacturing is still needed and offered, but the numbers are lower than needed
    • Issues
      • Manufacturers do not recognize manufacturing engineering as a separate discipline, but as a subset of mechanical engineering
      • 60% of engineers (regardless of discipline) have worked in manufacturing
      • Manufacturing engineering and technology peaked in 2000 with 71 programs, now down to 57
      • Programs tied to local companies and needs grow
      • Lack of name branding and recognition hurt the programs
      • Lack of support by administration reduces the likelihood of keeping programs
      • Share thoughts on the viability of programs
    • There should be some investigation of programs that are being closed
  6. Next meeting Apr., 23 noon EST
  7. Adjourned 1pm EST

Manufacturing Education and Research Community Meeting Minutes February 26, 2010

attendees: D. Bee, R. Bennett, S. Coe, G. Conkol, M. Gartenlaub, L. Gillespie, V. Hawks, H. Jack, B. Mott, P. Nutter, M. Stratton, B. Wolff regrets: V. Raju,

  1. Chair Elect nomination and election - Raju Venkitaswamy was nominated for Chair Elect, which changes to Chair in January 2011. Motion: Raju V. as Chair Elect of the MER: yes 9, no 0 Passed.
  2. Technical Group Reports
    • Bioengineering (Arif) - report not available
    • BAC (Gary)
      • Multiple projects with a few universities and multiple countries including efforts in Haiti.
      • The group is looking for ways to develop ties to other groups with similar efforts. Knowledge of groups should be sent to Gary.
      • Engineering.org (or engineeringforchange.org) can be a gateway to similar activities.
    • Tech Watch (Gary) - A change in focus has impacted the direction of the committee. The tech watch might be better changed to a standing community that cuts across all tech communities. (to be considered at a future date.)
    • NAMRI Board
      • Will develop a co-located event with ASME manufacturing division in 2011.
      • A manufacturing Education Panel is being developed.
      • More ties should are being or will be developed with individual ties to the group.
      • Ron Bennett and Diane Chong have received support from the group to act as liaisons. David Wells was identified as an alternate.
    • Accreditation Committee
      • Mark presented a web page outline for the group to provide resources and information about the process, related groups, and programs.
      • The new criteria are being reviewed by ABET and should be implemented by 2012.
  3. ASEE Annual Conference status (Hugh, Mark, Winston, Val, etc.)
    • Mark has been working to get funding set.
    • Val will work with the ASEE
    • A list of benefits for manufacturing programs
      • Highlight what you program does with new technologies and curriculum
      • Catalyze collaborations with other programs
      • Recruit new faculty
      • Place your program in a visible position relative to other programs
      • Reach corporate engineering and HR divisions
  1. Motion to adjourn until the next Call Friday March 26, noon EST.


MER Steering Committee Minutes - Jan 22 2010

attendees: R. Bennett, S. Coe, W. Erevelles, M. Gartenlaub, V. Hawks, H. Jack, B. Mott, M. Stratton, R. Venkitaswami, D. Wells, S. Wendel

regrets:

  • [Jack] Final approval of TCN Operating Guidelines
    • Draft submitted, can be used as final given voice consent.
    • Hugh indicated that it should be treated as a living document.
    • No concerns stated.
  • [Mott] Task force report - the next steps
    • Bob circulated a document with more details.
    • He will be chairing a committee with the purpose of coordinating education activities with the purpose of keeping them moving forward.
    • Many groups doing things well, but separately - they will look for places to pull together.
    • Will reach out to other groups also - ASME, IEEE.
    • There were questions about the role of the group for content transfer - there are other groups better suited.
    • The web will be a primary mechanism for collaboration and dissemination of information.
  • [Jack] Chair for 2010 - Val Hawks.
  • [Hawks] A nomination committee was formed.
    • Members are Coe, Conkol (to be asked), Hawks, Jack, Mott, Stratton.
  • [Hawks] Mention of service by Jack.
  • [Stratton] Report on the 25th Anniversary ASEE MFG Div event in Louisville, June
    • The major element of the event will be a booth on the ASEE exhibit floor.
    • Commitment from NSF ATE centers to support booth.
    • Planning for the booth are ongoing.
    • Attempt are being made to involve schools.
    • Financial plans for the booth are still developing.
    • Corporate partners are also involved.
    • Plans for the layout will occur soon, pending participant details.
  • [Hawks] Future meeting times will determined by survey. Tentative plans for 4th Fridays of each month.
  • [Mott] Center discussions continued
    • Clarifications about earlier discussion.
    • More details to follow as plans evolve.
    • This is a large priority for the SME for membership numbers and service.
    • The function of the group is very complimentary to existing activities, not a replacement.
    • Additional comments and suggestions should be sent to Bob directly for consideration.
    • It will be an open process so more will follow.



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