Globalization and Development Speakers Series
The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs is proud to present the Globalization and Development Speakers Series. The purpose of this program is to provide new and expert insights into the dynamic world of innovation and economic development under an ever more globalizing world. Our aim is to engage Georgia Tech faculty and students with cutting edge research from a multidisciplinary point of view, with the hope of expanding their understanding and encouraging research activities and collaborations. Participants in this speaker series are both leading and promising researchers, and are invited to spend a day at Georgia Tech to meet faculty and students, in addition to presenting on their current research.
The Sam Nunn School for International Affairs and the Ivan Allen College of Georgia Institute of Technology cordially invite you and your students to join us in this truly unique and exceptional program.
Marcus J. Kurtz from The Ohio State University speaking on
The Social and Political Foundations of State Building in Andean Latin America.
For more general questions about the series and/or request to meet a specific speaker please contact Professor Dan Breznitz