Past Events

Date & Time November 15, 2018 6:00pm
Location
Mugar 235
Program
IGL General

IGL Alumni Panel "Mind, Body, Schisms: Conflict and Cognitive Science"

What are the keys to preventing and/or mitigating conflict? What is the role of cognitive science? What is the role of media? How can we contain hate speech and violent rhetoric?

Join alums Michael Niconchuk (BUILD’11) and Elizabeth (Biz) Herman (EPIIC’08, Exposure, A’10) for a reception and discussion on the work they are doing for Beyond Conflict (formerly Peace and Justice in Times of Transition).

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Date & Time November 14, 2018 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Location
Braker 118
Program
ALLIES

ALLIES weekly discussion - Equality on the Field: Women in the Military

Come join the ALLIES weekly discussion to listen to Diane Ryan speak about her experience leading the integration of women into the Iraqi Army during her time in the 1st Cavalry Division in Baghdad. Diane Ryan has led a career dedicated to the impacts of gender in the military and has both first-hand and academic expertise on the matter. She will be discussing the role of women in both developing and developed militaries, particularly Iraq and the United States. Diane Ryan is Associate Dean for Programs and Administration at Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life.

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Date & Time November 14, 2018 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Location
Braker 113
Program
Empower

Empower Program Info Session

Do you want to cultivate your mindset of social change by applying entrepreneurial skills to social problems and designing lasting solutions?

Are you interested in social entrepreneurship?

The Empower Fellowship provides students the opportunity to launch social enterprises, participate in internships and conduct applied research related to social entrepreneurship in international or local community development. Come hear from Empower Fellows about their experiences and learn how you can get involved!

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