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Week of September 17, 2017–September 23, 2017

  1. Sep 18

    Ginn Library Author Talk and Luncheon: Mac Regan (F08)

    12:00 PM – 2:00 PM

    Book talk and luncheon with Mac Regan, author of "Global Citizen Patriots"

  2. Sep 18–
    Sep 20

    Private Sector Overview

    12:30 PM – 1:30 PM

  3. Sep 18
  4. Sep 18

    CSS Inaugural Research Seminar and Open House

    4:00 PM – 5:30 PM

    At the Open House, Professor Monica Toft will introduce the Center, its fellows and activities, as well as present our first seminar on “A Positive Future for US Foreign Policy and Strategy." The CSS Research and Policy Seminar will be a regular forum for Fletcher and visiting scholars to present unpublished policy-relevant scholarship on strategy, international politics, and US foreign policy. In accordance with the CSS mission statement, we are looking to present “cutting-edge scholarly analysis that broadens the U.S. foreign policy debate, exploring alternative strategies.”

  5. Sep 18

    Celebrating the Henry J. Leir Institute for Human Security

    6:00 PM – 8:30 PM

    Join us as we celebrate the appointment of Professors Karen Jacobsen and Daniel Maxwell as the Henry J. Leir Professors in Global Migration and Food Security, respectively, as well as present the Henry J. Leir Human Security Award to one of our esteemed alumna, Ms. Tsering Gellek (F00). A reception to follow in the Hall of Flags.

  6. Sep 20

    SovereigNET Info Session

    12:30 PM – 1:30 PM

    Interested in sovereign wealth management and global capital markets? Join Professor Pat Schena at the SovereigNET Info Session to learn more about its original research and programming, upcoming events, and the opportunities for student engagement. -Refreshments will be provided-

  7. Sep 20

    Private Sector Internship Panel

    12:30 PM – 1:30 PM

    Come hear returning students talk about their internship experiences in the private sector during summer 2017

  8. Sep 20

    Hitachi Center for Technology and International Affairs Open House

    3:30 PM – 4:30 PM

    Are you interested in technology? Want to learn more about the role of technology in your field? Come join us at the Hitachi Center for Technology and International Affairs' Fall Open House!

  9. Sep 20

    Interest Meeting

    6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

    Our call to action is upon us. As we strengthen this coalition, our objective is to unify our bond and strengthen our support system to combat the elements of division and hate. Fletcher Students of Color and Allies works to create a safe space for all people to support and uplift one another, while actively resisting forces that want to divide and suppress different communities.

  10. Sep 21

    Fletcher LEADs: Playing and Negotiating to Our Strengths 

    5:30 PM – 9:00 PM

    Playing and Negotiating to Our Strengths is designed to help Fletcher students: • Investigate gender research, leadership studies and lived experiences for both pros and cons of leaning on feminine qualities of a leader.  • Practice transformational leadership skills such as eliciting respect and pride, communicating effectively and problem solving in flexible, creative ways  • Gain confidence and skill by learning the vocabulary and strategies of collaborative, interest-based negotiation that are applicable to work and life situations. This hands-on workshop will focus on communication strategies of mutual benefit negotiation and influence-building tactics nested in the gender culture in which women negotiate. From there, we will learn about women’s natural strengths—self-awareness, empathy, collaboration and flexibility—while also incorporating competitive tactics in a way that strengthens relationships and avoids gender conflicts. 

  11. Sep 21

    IHS Presents: The Indivisible Project

    6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

    Join us to hear Casey Hogle (F13) discuss the work of the Indivisible Project, a non-profit committed to cultivating a grassroots movement of local groups

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