Join us Oct. 9 for a national teleconference with Dr. Condoleezza Rice as well as an internationally recognized expert on China’s public health and demographic challenges. The free event is hosted by the National Committee on U.S. China Relations, Webster University, University of Missouri Department of International Studies and Programs, the Confucius Institute and the World Affairs Council of St. Louis. Reception immediately prior to the teleconference, followed by Q&A and a local lecturer.
A NATIONAL VIDEOCONFERENCE FEATURING DR. CONDOLEEZZA RICE
Former U.S. Secretary of State and National Security Advisor
Tuesday, October 9, from 4:30 to 7:00 pm
Webcast begins at 5:00 pm with Q&A after
Where: Two Locations
Webster University, Downtown STL-Arcade Bldg.
812 Olive Street, First Floor, St. Louis MO 63101-1504
University of Missouri -St. Louis
Student Government Association Chamber
Millennium Student Center
Parking Permit required, call
LOCAL LECTURER (UMSL): JOEL GLASSMAN, Associate Provost
Dr. Glassman is the Associate Provost for Academic Affairs and Director of the Office of International Studies and Programs at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. He is a specialist in Chinese politics and U.S. relations with East Asia. He will deliver a short presentation about China’s changing role in the global system following Dr. Rice’s webcast.
LOCAL LECTURER (WEBSTER U): JOAN KAUFMAN, PROFESSOR
Joan Kaufman is the Director for Academics at Schwarzman Scholars, a newly launched elite international master’s program in global affairs at Tsinghua University in China inspired by the Rhodes Scholars program at Oxford University in the U.K. An expert on both China and global health policy, she was the Director of Columbia University’s Global Center for East Asia (Beijing) from 2012-2016 and Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor of Health Policy and Management at Columbia’s Mailman School of Public Health.
Register to attend this FREE event at Webster University in Downtown St. Louis here!
To register to attend at UMSL and get a parking pass, click here or call 314-516-7299.