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Washington, DC: Panel Discussion on A Global View on the U.S. Election

AFTERSHOCKS: A GLOBAL VIEW ON THE U.S. ELECTION

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Dec 15, 2016
W Washington D.C.
515 15th Street NW Washington, DC 20004

6:00PM - 8:00PM
W Washington D.C.

Washington

Washington, DC: Panel Discussion on A Global View on the U.S. Election

AFTERSHOCKS: A GLOBAL VIEW ON THE U.S. ELECTION

  • REGISTRANTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO ALSO BRING JUNIOR OR SENIOR YEAR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO THIS UNIQUE EVENT.

Mr. David Palmer
Vice-President, Advancement
University of Toronto

cordially invites you to a panel discussion featuring U of T faculty members speaking on

Aftershocks: A Global View on the U.S. Election

Thursday, December 15, 2016

6:00 PM – 8:00 PM 
Light Meal & Panel Discussion
Program to begin at 6:15 PM

W Washington D.C.
Altitude Ballroom, Roof top
515 15th Street NW
Washington, DC 20004

Cost: Free

Global security. The international financial system. Domestic politics around the world.

Alumni, friends and local high school students are invited to a panel discussion that explores the wide-ranging implications of the November U.S. election result across a variety of key areas.

Join us to learn about the expansive research and teaching taking place at the University of Toronto, one of the world's top universities, and an institution committed to openness, tolerance and inclusion.

Moderator:

Professor Peter Loewen
Director of the School of Public Policy and Governance, Faculty of Arts and Science, University of Toronto

Panelists:

Professor Chris Cochrane
Department of Political Science, University of Toronto Scarborough

Tiff Macklem
Dean, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

Professor Janice Stein
Belzberg Professor of Conflict Management, Department of Political Science, Munk School of Global Affairs, Faculty of Arts and Science, University of Toronto

Professor Joseph Wong
Associate Vice-President, International Student Experience
Department of Political Science, Munk School of Global Affairs, Faculty of Arts and Science, University of Toronto

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