A discussion with Christian Lequesne, professor of Political Science at Sciences Po on January 6, 2022 at 1 PM ET.
On January 1, 2022, France will take over the rotating presidency of the Council of the EU. 2022 is also an election year in France.
What are Macron’s plans for the EU Council presidency in 2022 and beyond? What is the role of France in the construction of Europe? How can the Presidency of the Council and the election align? What is the place of Europe in the world?
Join us on Monday, December 13, 2021 at 1:15 PM ET for a conversation between Alumnus Amb. Juan Manuel Gomez-Robledo, Deputy Permanent Representative at the Permanent Mission of Mexico to the United Nations, and Alexandra Novosseloff, non-resident Senior Fellow at the International Peace Institute in New York and author, Le Conseil de sécurité, entre impuissance et toute puissance, 2021 (2nd edition), Paris, éditions CNRS.
They will discuss the role of the UN Security Council behind the scenes, how elected members such as Mexico can play a role, and comment Mexico's recent Presidency of the UN Security Council (November 2021).
This webinar will be a unique opportunity to learn more about international security and geopolitics.
You are invited to join us on Tuesday September 21, 2021 for a breakfast meeting, featuring a conversation about Technologies for the Common Good between:
Frank McCourt, Chairman and CEO of McCourt Global and founder of Project Liberty, a new tech + governance initiative that involves Sciences Po,
& Maëlle Gavet (‘02), CEO of Techstars, advocate for #EmpatheticTech, and author of Trampled by Unicorns.
They will discuss some of the problems that have been caused or exacerbated by our current tech infrastructure – from misinformation and polarization to privacy challenges – as well as the need for innovative solutions that prioritize people over platforms.
They will talk about Project Liberty, a tech + governance initiative and has the potential to create a new civic architecture for a digital world, restore trust, and ultimately build a healthier and more equitable society.
For additional info on Project Liberty, please see this piece published by Bloomberg Businessweek.
Please note, the event will require proof of vaccination for everyone's health and safety.
A discussion about Merkel's legacy, German politics and Europe, but also European Affairs.
Join us for this #AlumniWebinar on Thursday, September 16th at 1 PM ET, for a conversation between Alumnus Benjamin Haddad, Director of the Europe Center at the Atlantic Council, and Yvonne Bendinger-Rothschild, Exectuive Director of European American Chamber of Commerce New York Chapter.
1 PM ET, 10 AM PT, 7 PM CET
Launched in 2015 to recognize Sciences Po Alumni who have demonstrated extraordinary success in their field in the United States, the annual event will honor Emilie Mazzacurati ('02), Global Head of Moody's Climate Solutions and Mike Schmuhl ('15), Chairman at Indiana Democratic Party and former presidential campaign manager for Secretary Pete Buttigieg.
Join us online for a conference orchestrated by Sam Miles, on the Impact of Climate Change on the Midwest and beyond, followed by affinity breakout rooms (San Francisco, New York, Washington DC, Climate, networking)
June 3, 2021
4 PM PT / 7 PM EST
Join us on Monday, April 26th for a conversation between Hubert Joly, Former Best Buy CEO and HBS Professor and Evan Epstein, corporate governance expert and inaugural Executive Director of the Center for Business Law, and Adjunct Professor, at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, in San Francisco, California.
They will discuss inclusive capitalism, the importance of leading with purpose, the role of a CEO, and Joly’s approach to leadership, in a time of uncertainty.
12 PM noon EST, 9 AM PT, 6 PM CET
RSVP following this link.
We'll be hosting an online happy hour, just because we haven't connected in too long, and it will be fun to know what everyone is up to.
The format is simple : 60 minutes, and we'll go around so that everyone can briefly introduce themselves, and tell us:
- One unexpected talent or activity that is your spark
- What are you thinking about/reading these days (could be work, politics, world affairs...let your inner sciences po shine).
If there is demand, we could make this a monthly series, on the first Thursday of every month. It just so happens that the first Thursday next month is April Fool's Day, which bodes exceedingly well for our first virtual meet.
A conversation between Alumna Chine Labbe and Pr. Nancy L. Rosenblum, Senator Joseph Clark Research Professor of Ethics in Politics and Government emerita at Harvard University.
They will discuss how conspiracy theories threaten our democracies (Covid-19 pandemic, past (US) and upcoming (Germany), etc).
Gérard Araud, former Ambassador of France to the United States will conclude this session.
RSVP at this link.
Camille François will give us an insight of her work with the Election Integrity Partnership and discuss the mis- and disinformation during the 2020 election with William G. Howell, the Sydney Stein Professor in American Politics at the Harris School of Public Policy and chair of the Department of Political Science at the University of Chicago.
Anastasia Colosimo will discuss with Adam Gopnik, the crisis in democracy the world in facing.
RSVP at this link.