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The winter 2024 Kennedy Center Featured Title is Twilight of Democracy: The Seductive Lure of Authoritarianism by Anne Applebaum. Join us for a panel discussion featuring Celeste Beesley, Justin Collings and Kelly Patterson. Part of our winter 2024 lecture series, "Authoritarianism and Its Discontents."
Enjoy tacos and get started on your global career at this Ask Me Anything event.
Come mix, mingle, and make connections with your fellow Kennedy Center majors and minors while you enjoy Tam's cream puffs and hot cocoa.
Come and show off your knowledge about international culture, geography, politics, and more!
How can a person use their life and career to glorify God? Professor Valerie Hegstrom delivers the Kennedy Center's winter 2024 Disciple-Scholar Lecture.
The Hunger Banquet has been a staple event during BYU’s Care Week for over three decades. Come learn about global inequality and how to get involved.
Learn about faculty work on international development in education, sociology, and health. Meet international development faculty and students. See the world more completely!
The Salt Lake Committee on Foreign Relations (SLCFR) is pleased to welcome General Lawrence Nicholson as the guest speaker at this event, which includes a social, a dinner, and a presentation.
Considering a career in national security? Join us for this Ask Me Anything Event with Robert Carroll of 47G Utah Aerospace & Defense.
Come hear from Jessica Flanigan, University of Richmond Leadership Studies, at this winter 2024 Global Women's Studies Colloquium event.
Join us for a faculty panel discussion, part of the Café Europa lecture series. Sponsored by the European Studies program.
This campus-wide conference will focus on building interdisciplinary research collaborations on topics related to environmental stewardship and care for the human family.
The theme of the conference will be War, Diplomacy, and the Human Rights Dialogue: New Approaches for Latter-day Saint Professionals.
The Academy for Cultural Diplomacy is located in the center of Europe, and its purpose is to enable students who need an internship as a compulsory part of their BA, MA, or other graduate studies, to engage in cultural diplomacy and promote multiculturalism worldwide.