An Exceptional Journey: Two Weeks Inside Iran

Anne and Charles Roos

United Nations Association Seminar
Nashville Cordell Hull Chapter

March 18, 2010
Green Hills Public Library
3701 Benthan Ave.
Nashville, TN

Charles Roos is Professor Emeritus of Physics and Astronomy at Vanderbilt. He spent thirty years in teaching and high-energy research at CERN, Cal Tech and Brookhaven. He is currently Chairman of the Board of National Recovery Technologies, a Nashville Company that he founded to research and build high-speed commercial machines for the separation of plastics and metal alloys.

Anne Roos trained as an architect and has been involved in Nashville public life since arriving here 50 years ago. Her interest in community planning led to service on the Metro Planning Commission, Parks and Recreation Board and Metro Historical Commission, among many other non-profit committees. She serves as a Life member of the Board of the Adventure Science Museum and is on the Board for The Conservancy of Centennial Park and the Parthenon. The Fannie Mae Dees Park Dragon, the Athena and “Come Play” on the Peabody campus were her projects.