2011 Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts Founder's Day - Allen Prize Symposium

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Contact

Rebecca Keane  404-894-1720

RSVP contact is Marilu Suarez 404-894-4452

Summaries

Summary Sentence: U.S. policy makers will discuss global challenges, peace, and security - LIVE webcast

Full Summary: Shaped by the vision of former U.S. Senator Sam Nunn who is the inaugural recipient of Georgia Tech's Ivan Allen Prize for Social Courage, the Allen Prize Symposium brings to campus an opportunity to consider the grand challenges facing our world, to illuminate the trends that are shaping our future, and to engage with a cadre of leaders who are making measurable progress toward a vision of peace and security.  The symposium will be webcast LIVE.

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The Allen Prize Symposium is part of the two-day Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts Founder's Day celebration and Inaugural Presentation of the Ivan Allen Jr. Prize for Social Courage to the Honorable Sam Nunn. 

Hosted by Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts Dean Jacqueline Jones Royster and the Founder's Day Committee, the March 14-15 events illuminate the legacy of Ivan Allen Jr. and recognize the Honorable Sam Nunn for his visionary leadership and social courage.

The Allen Prize Symposium:  "Global Challenges, Courage, Leadership," takes place March 14, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm at the Global Learning Center, 2nd Floor, Room 236.  This event will be webcast LIVE at http://dllive.gatech.edu/AllenPrizeSymposium/

Among the distinguished participants are:

G. P. " Bud" Peterson

The Honorable Henry A. Kissinger

The Honorable William J. Perry

Ms. Michelle Nunn

The Honorable Sam Nunn

Mr. Bob Schieffer

The Honorable George P. Shultz

Admiral James G. Stavridis

Dr. Adam N. Stulberg

Mr. William J. Todd

The symposium will be webcast LIVE at http://dllive.gatech.edu/AllenPrizeSymposium/

The Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts Founder's Day Celebration continues on Tuesday, March 15 with a Cross-College Research Roundtable:  "The Challenge of the Allen Legacy" from 8:30 am - 12:00 pm in the Imperial Ballroom at The Biltmore

Lecture: 
"Politics and Protest in the Middle East"

Dr.  Lawrence Rubin, INTA

Panel 1: "Water and Conflict"

Panel Moderator:  Ms. Sally Bethea, Upper Chattahoochee Riverkeeper

Dr.  Susan Cozzens, SPP

Dr. Aris Georgakakos, COE, Georgia Water Resources Institute

Dr. Barbara Deutsch Lynch, INTA

Dr. Bruce Stiftel, COA

Panel 2: "The Future of Media"

Moderator:  Mr. Phil Sharpe, Turner Broadcasting

Dr. Michael Best, INTA, COC

Dr. Ian Bogost, LCC

Dr. Alexandra Mazalek, LCC, COC

At 1:30 pm, the Honorable Sam Nunn, recipient of Georgia Tech's 2011 Ivan Allen Jr. Prize for Social Courage, will speak at The Biltmore, Georgian Ballroom. 

View a comprehensive event schedule here.

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Keywords
Allen Prize, Founder's Day, ivan allen college, nunn, social courage
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  • Created By: Rebecca Keane
  • Workflow Status: Archived
  • Created On: Feb 25, 2011 - 1:30pm
  • Last Updated: Oct 7, 2016 - 9:54pm