Global Connections Lecture Series
global connections lecture series
Join us for this informative series of free lectures on the effects, benefits, and drawbacks of globalization. For additional information, please call (310) 434-4303. This series is sponsored by the SMC Associates (www.smc.edu/associates), SMC Office of Public Programs, and SMC Global Citizenship Council.
Seating is strictly on a first-arrival basis.
Selling Vacuum Cleaners in Tokyo and
Shampoo in Paris: Adventures of a Female Engineering Graduate
Senior lecturer in business at Bath Spa University in
the UK will discuss her experiences teaching English in Indonesia, managing
onsite retail activity for Kodak in Nagano at the 1998 Winter Olympics, helping
launch the Dyson vacuum cleaner in Japan, and managing a multimillion-dollar
marketing budget for L’Oréal in the UK.
Tue, September 22 |
11:15am | Free |
Opportunities and Challenges
in Global Supply Chain Management
Dr. Guillaume Roels
Associate professor and current faculty director of the
Easton Technology Leadership Program at the UCLA Anderson School of Management
will talk about recent challenges and opportunities for managing today’s global
Thu, November 5 |
11:15am | Free |
Working Together to Support Civilians
Affected by Violent Conflict
Program Officer at the University of San Diego’s Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies will discuss her work abroad with nongovernment organizations (NGOs) supporting community level mediation, international development, violence prevention, human rights, and conflict resolution. Part of the Global Connections Lecture Series.
Tue, November 17 | 11:15am | Free | HSS 165