Cara Hagan

Posts by Cara Hagan

How DPMI impacted my life in 60 seconds!

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It’s been 10 years since DPMI was first launched. Numerous DPMI alums have implemented tools and strategies inspired by their training to provide creative solutions on a global and local level. In the coming months we will be highlighting this … Continue reading Continue reading

Attend a Lecture on Sustainable Development and the Private Sector

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  This week’s Global Problems and Solutions Colloquium Speaker is Jeri Jensen, of Business Driven Development LLC.  Jeri will give expert insight about the field of sustainable development, impact investing, and the intersection of economic policy and development.  Anyone interested … Continue reading Continue reading

The Monterey County Weekly covers Steve Pifer’s visit to MIIS

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Steve Pifer, Colloquium speaker and former US ambassador to Ukraine, was featured in an article of the Monterey County Weekly.  The article highlighted his pivotal and unplanned timing in Monterey: “His lecture was set up far ahead of the bloody, … Continue reading Continue reading

2014 Trade Club Conference

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U.S.-China Agricultural Trade: Critical Issues in Economic Statecraft April 4, 2014 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Irvine Auditorium To RSVP: go.miis.edu/tradeconf14 Everyone is invited to attend the 2014 Trade Club Conference.  Please use the link to register. A light breakfast and lunch will … Continue reading Continue reading

Francis Fukuyama to Speak at MIIS

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World Renowned Political Scientist Francis Fukuyama will Offer a Guest Lecture on April 18 as part of the 2014 Spring Colloquium Fukuyama is best known for the international sensation caused when he published an essay called “The End of History?” … Continue reading Continue reading

China’s Economic Diplomacy: A Lecture by Donald Lewis of Stanford

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As part of the spring 2014 Colloquium, international consultant Don Lewis will speak on the importance of Emerging Power’s Economic Statecraft, especially the case of China. Key Considerations: Emerging Powers and Economic Statecraft: China’s Economic Diplomacy How is China engaging … Continue reading Continue reading

STEVEN PIFER SPEAKS ON RUSSIAN POWER DIPLOMACY

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Steve Pifer will visit the Institute on March 24 as part of the Spring 2014 Colloquium Speaker Series Steve Pifer who is the director of  the  Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Initiative  at the Brookings Institute will offer a guest lecture … Continue reading Continue reading

Social Media Internship at Brazil-US based Social Enterprise

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Escama Studio is a social enterprise based in California and Brazil. Their mission is to create innovative on-trend fashion accessories while promoting sustainable development through trade. Their flagship product is crocheted accessories with post-consumer (recycled) pop tabs. The fashion products are … Continue reading Continue reading

MIIS Alum to Speak on Economic Statecraft and Power in a Multi-polar World

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Mark your calendars: MIIS Alum Ann Rollins and Jennifer Sanford to Guest Lecture for Spring Colloquium on February 17, 6-8pm with career networking reception at 5pm. Event Details: Who: Ann Rollins and Jennifer Sanford Lecture topic and key considerations: Economic … Continue reading Continue reading

Peacebuilders Fellowship: Summer 2014

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The Center for Conflict Studies is pleased to announce the launch of the Peacebuilders Fellowship – a summer fellowship program for graduate students in the United States. This application round will be for fellowships in summer 2014. In keeping with the mission of the Center for Conflict Studies, the goal of Peacebuilder Fellowship is to give a voice to the … Continue reading Continue reading