Join this Upcoming Webinar Series!

The Institute of World Affairs presents a four-part webinar series exploring the foreign policy landscape facing the Biden-Harris Administration. Each session will focus on a different world region, including:

March 10, 4pm CST: The EU and Russia

Featuring: Dino Mihanović, Counselor, Delegation of the European Union to the US
Andrei Tsygankov, Professor of International Relations, San Francisco State University
Registration Link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_wJRMJ4jWQiea-BNALrDQTQ

March 24, 4pm CST: China and East Asia

Featuring: Chia Vang, Professor of History, UW-Milwaukee
Carla Freeman, Executive Director of the SAIS Foreign Policy Institute
Registration Link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_IurnhEaWQIWECSDre1nMyQ

April 7, 4pm CST: The Middle East

Featuring: Abderrahim Foukara, Washington Bureau Chief, Al Jazeera
Registration Link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_4IF7vaVKS9WDkzE4UkAZQQ

April 21, 4pm CST: Africa

Featuring: Abera Gelan, Associate Professor, African and African Diaspora Studies, UW-Milwaukee
Chima Korieh, Associate Professor, African History, Marquette University
Registration Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_56SR9EZhS1GYQhpYeBXUug

This series is co-sponsored by the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies and Center for Global Health Equity at UW-Milwaukee.

Connecting Wisconsin and the world since 1960

For over half a century, the Institute of World Affairs has offered a wide array of programming to help people explore connections between their lives and the world around them. In addition to being the outreach arm of UWM’s Center for International Education, the institute also serves as the Wisconsin affiliate of the World Affairs Councils of America.

Through public lectures, broadcast and web-based media, hands-on workshops and a variety of other global learning opportunities, IWA serves a diverse cross-section of our community, including the university students, faculty and staff, K-12 students and educators, and globally-engaged members of the general public.

Campus & Community Programs

Through both live presentations and broadcast and digital media, these programs help UWM and members of our wider community stay engaged with global issues that impact their lives.

International Focus, Fireside Forum, Kennan Lectures

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Educator Programs

Professional development and support for K-12 educators to build global awareness and bring global perspectives to the classroom.

Global-to-Local Service-Learning, Professional Development Opportunities, Curricular Resources

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Student Programs

Simulations, workshops,and conferences for students of all ages to engage in global awareness and perspectives and build college and career skills for a globally competitive world.

Wisconsin High School Model United Nations (WHSMUN), Global Action Through Engagement (GATE), Volunteer Opportunities

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Join a network of donors and supporters in helping us provide engaging and informative programs for the public, campus, and K-12 students and educators.

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