9:00 EIA’s International Energy Outlook 2011 with Dr. Howard Gruenspecht Acting Administrator and Deputy Administrator, EIA (CSIS)

9:00 Nigeria: Business, Investment, and Development Opportunities Presented by Six Key Nigerian Governors (Woodrow Wilson Center)

10:00 Bringing Voter Registration into the 21st Century with Matthew Damschroeder, Office of the Ohio Secretary; Trevor Potter, Caplin & Drysdale; Charles Stewart III, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; John C. Fortier, AEI and Bipartisan Policy Center; David Becker, Pew Center on the States; Jeff Butcher, IBM; Norm Ornstein, AEI (AEI)

12:30 Lessons from the Georgian War with Temuri Yakobashvili, Ambassador of Georgia to the United States; Colonel Robert E. Hamilton, Department of National Security and Strategy, U.S. Army War College (Heritage)

1:00 School Reform in the City of Angels: A Conversation with Los Angeles Mayor Antonio R. Villaraigosa (AEI)

1:00 Secretary Energy Advisory Board- Shale Gas Subcommittee Report with Dr. John Deutch, Chairman of the Shale Gas Subcommittee and Institute Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (CSIS)

1:30 Perfect Storm? Population Pressures, Natural Resource Constraints, and Climate Change in Bangladesh with Philip J. DeCosse, International Resources Group; Roger-Mark De Souza, Population Action International; Mohamed Khalequzzaman, Lock Haven University; Shamarukh Mohiuddin, U.S.-Bangladesh Advisory Council; Adnan Morshed, Catholic University; Ali Riaz, Illinois State University (Woodrow Wilson Center)

3:00 Sister Citizen: Shame, Stereotypes, and Black Women in America with John Halpin, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress; Melissa Harris-Perry, Author of Sister Citizen and Professor, Tulane University; Daniella Gibbs Leger, Vice President for New American Communities Initiatives, Center for American Progress (Center for American Progress)

3:00 The Unraveling: Pakistan in the Age of Jihad with John R. Schmidt, author of The Unraveling: Pakistan in the Age of Jihad (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)

4:00 On the Docket: The Legal and Media Worlds Look at the Supreme Court 2011 Term with Adam Liptak, New York Times; Joan Biskupic, USA Today; John Milewski, Host of Dialogue Radio & Television; Neal Katyal, Georgetown University Law School; Sherrilyn Ifill, University of Maryland School of Law (Woodrow Wilson Center)