He received his B.S. degree in Environmental Sciences from Cornell and a Master's degree in planning from the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. He has lectured at Johns Hopkins, Morgan State, and the University of Maryland.
Mr. Perciasepe, I indicated that it was my intention to bring up this and a series of other nominations following the first vote, which might well be at 2:30 today. It would be in the President's Room, S-216, just off the Senate Floor.
So, Mr. Perciasepe, if you want to proceed. If you have a statement, go ahead. Don't make it too long, if you would, please, because there is this vote coming up at 2:30 which will require us to attend.