Event Title

Creating a Globally Engaged Campus

Presenter Information

Adam Weinberg, Denison University

Location

Stephen B. Humphrey Auditorium

Start Date

10-7-2018 7:00 PM

End Date

10-7-2018 8:00 PM

Description

What does it mean to be a globally engaged campus? How might we imagine a more global liberal arts that educates and inspires a generation of students, faculty, staff, alumni, and local community members with the capacity to work on complex problems that span diverse cultural perspectives? Dr. Weinberg will lay out a series of principles and early action steps to move campuses in this direction.

Speaker Bio

Dr. Adam Weinberg became the 20th president of Denison University in 2013 where has focused on career readiness, affordability, diversity, internationalization, and civic education. Prior to coming to Denison, Dr. Weinberg served as president and CEO of World Learning, where he led education programs in more than 70 countries. Dr. Weinberg started his career at Colgate University, where he served as vice president and dean of the college and was a member of the sociology and anthropology department. He graduated from Bowdoin College and earned his master’s and doctoral degrees at Northwestern University. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and has served on a variety of boards, including The Talloires Network, InterAction, and the Alliance for International Education and Cultural Exchange.

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Creating a Globally Engaged Campus

Stephen B. Humphrey Auditorium

What does it mean to be a globally engaged campus? How might we imagine a more global liberal arts that educates and inspires a generation of students, faculty, staff, alumni, and local community members with the capacity to work on complex problems that span diverse cultural perspectives? Dr. Weinberg will lay out a series of principles and early action steps to move campuses in this direction.