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Week of February 25, 2018–March 3, 2018

  1. Feb 26

    IBGC Speaker Series - Mariya Rosberg F'04 (Partner, Oliver Wyman)

    12:30 PM – 1:50 PM

    Join the Institute for Business in the Global Context as they invite Mariya Rosberg (F04) to speak on the following topic: "Disruption or Innovation: How Global Banks are Positioning for the Future." Rosberg is a partner in the Corporate & Institutional Banking practice in Oliver Wyman’s New York Office. Mariya has 15+ years of experience serving leading investment and universal banks in the U.S., Europe and Latin America as both a consultant with Oliver Wyman and as an internal strategist at Merrill Lynch and Deutsche Bank. Mariya’ s work has focused on a broad range of capital markets and corporate banking strategy topics, business optimization and efficiency, and banking regulation.

  2. Feb 26

    RLD Spring Speaker Series: Aykan Erdemir

    12:30 PM – 2:00 PM

    Former Turkish MP (2011-2015) and current Senior Fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracy, Aykan Erdemir will discuss religion and politics in the Middle East and the current political situation in Turkey. Co-hosted by the Fletcher Initiative on Religion, Law & Diplomacy and the Fares Center.

  3. Feb 26

    Alex Dolinskiy: Russian Public Diplomacy

    12:30 PM – 2:00 PM

    Please join us for a lunch and roundtable discussion on Russian public diplomacy with Alex Dolinskiy, one of the pioneers in developing the concept of public diplomacy in Russia. We will discuss Russian soft power, cultural and educational exchange programs, humanitarian aid, and propaganda around the world.

  4. Feb 27

    Breaking the Spell for Britain's Young Jihadis: The Uncomfortable Conversation About Radicalization - A discussion with Kat Callo

    12:30 PM – 2:00 PM

    Come join the Fares Center for a conversation with Kat Callo about working at the grassroots level to challenge violent radical movements.

  5. Feb 27

    Fletcher CliffsNotes: The Balkans and Kosovo 101

    6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

    Student Council is proud to present a new series of "101" lectures called Fletcher CliffsNotes. CliffsNotes are an American study guide series that provide a summary of a much longer work designed to allow a student to quickly learn the key points. Each Fletcher CliffsNotes event will provide students with the chance to gain foundational knowledge about issues that are critical to the Fletcher curriculum. Guest speakers will cover the "101" basics of the topic, offer insights from his or her experience in the field, and take questions from the audience. In this first event, State Department Fellow Steven Gee will present an overview of the conflict in the Balkans with a focus on Kosovo.

  6. Feb 27

    Black history month: “Passing the Torch” Kick-off

    7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

    Join us for a Fletcher-centered Black History Month celebration that is sure to pick you up, elevate your mind, feed your soul, entice your curiosity, and elate your very being. Don’t miss this opportunity to engage in this program that is influenced by black culture past and present.

  7. Feb 28

    Youth Radicalization in Tripoli, Lebanon

    12:30 PM – 1:30 PM

    Come join the Tripoli Project and the Fares Center for a Skype conversation with Dallin Van Leuven (F15) to discuss factors contributing to marginalization and radicalization amongst Lebanese youth. He will also preview his development of a training curriculum for transforming violent extremism and share his recent work on a study conducted by Search for Common Ground. Light refreshments will be provided.

  8. Feb 28

    John Holdren: "Why the Wafflers are Wrong: Addressing Climate Change is Urgent (and a Bargain)"

    12:30 PM – 1:45 PM

    After a quick review of key fundamentals of climate-change science, this presentation offers a breakdown of climate-change contrarians into three categories — deniers, wafflers and advocates of surrender — and argues that the wafflers are becoming the most numerous as well as the biggest obstacles to policy progress. It then draws on the latest findings from science and integrated assessments to expose the main flaws in the positions of each group, giving most attention to the wafflers.

  9. Feb 28

    Student Internship panel - Impact Investing

    12:30 PM – 1:30 PM

    Join us for an informal panel on summer internships in the impact investing space! Impact investing is an exciting and rapidly growing industry powered by investors who are determined to generate social and environmental impact as well as financial returns. Come to learn more about investing, ecosystem-building, pay-for-success models and consulting with students who interned at the Global Impact Investing Network,, Instiglio and IC Net Ltd.

  10. Feb 28

    Summer Internship Info Session for IERP Students

    2:30 PM – 3:30 PM

    If you are interested in internships in the environment and energy fields, please join us for this info session!

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