Tuesday's meeting announcements: Nuclear reactor safeguards

The National Science Foundation is meeting June 10 and 11 in Arlington, Va., to review progress and performance.

The Department of Education's board of advisors on Historically Black Colleges and Universities is meeting in Washington June 11.

A Commerce Department committee on regulations and procedures is also meeting June 11 in Washington discuss recommendations for export administration. 

Department of Energy boards for environmental management and monitoring in New Mexico is meeting June 12 in Pojoaque, N.M. 

The Overseas Private Investment Corporation, which assists American companies enter emerging markets, is meeting June 13 in Washington. 

Also on June 13, the Environmental Protection Agency is holding a public teleconference to discuss the agency's research programs and a draft guidance for assessing environmental justice in regulatory analysis. 

On June 14, the U.S. Air Force Academy's Board of Visitors is holding a meeting on Capitol Hill to review morale, curriculum and other academy matters. 

That same day, the council for managing fishing in the Pacific is holding a conference call on ecosystems

NASA is holding a public forum to give an update on its asteroid initiative planning at its headquarters in Washington June 18. 

NASA's advisory panel on applied sciences is holding a teleconference June 20. 

A technical advisory committee for the Bureau of Labor Statistics is meeting June 21 to develop advice on technical aspects of economic measurement. 

On July 18, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission is holding a hearing in Augusta, Ga., for a case where a woman claims she was wrongly denied a senior reactor operator license.