Careers for the Global Good | Let U.S. Lead: UN and US at Crossroads

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Bernard Gourley
Sam Nunn School of International Affairs
Contact Bernard Gourley
404-894-5601

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Summary Sentence: Two events at Emory University

Full Summary: "Careers for the Global Good" and "Let U.S. Lead: The UN and the US at a Crossroads".  Both events at Harland Cinema, Dobbs University Center.

"Careers for the Global Good" and "Let U.S. Lead: The UN and the US at a Crossroads" - both events at the Harland Cinema, Dobbs University Center. Sponsored by Emory Political Science Department, Emory Model U.N., The United Nations Association, Georgia Tech Sam Nunn School, and Georgia State Andrew Young School.

4PM | "Careers for the Global Good"
Panelists include:
o Gillian Sorensen ~ Senior Advisor and National Advocate, United Nations Foundation
o Terrence K. Williamson ~ Diplomat in Residence at Morehouse University
o Jennifer McCoy ~ Director of the Americas Program at The Carter Center and Professor at Georgia State University
o Elizabeth Blake ~ Senior VP of Government Affairs, Advocacy and General Counsel at Habitat for Humanity International

7PM | "Let U.S. Lead: The UN and the US at a Crossroads"
In celebration of the 66th anniversary of the United Nations.
Keynote address by:
o Gillian Sorensen ~ Senior Advisor and National Advocate, United Nations Foundation

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Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy (CISTP)

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Seminar/Lecture/Colloquium
Keywords
careers, CISTP, crossroads, Dobbs University Center, Emory, Georgia Tech, Globa, Harland Cinema, INTA, International Affairs, UN
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