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Actors and Actions in a Globalized World

 

Public Diplomacy Symposium 2013

 

November 1, 2013

The Association of Public Diplomacy Scholars hosted its sixth annual public diplomacy symposium, "Public Diplomacy: Actors and Actions in a Globalized World" on November 1, 2013.


Date

Event

Location

November 1, 2013

6th Annual APDS Public Diplomacy Symposium
Actors and Actions in a Globalized World

Maxwell School

October 18 & 19, 2012

5th Annual APDS Public Diplomacy Symposium
The Politics of Change

 Maxwell School &
 Newhouse School

October 27 & 28, 2011

4th Annual APDS Public Diplomacy Symposium
Building Bridges: The Tools of Public Diplomacy

 Maxwell School &
 Newhouse School

 October 15, 2010

3rd Annual APDS Public Diplomacy Symposium
Culture, Media, and World Affairs: Diplomacy at the Nexus

Maxwell School &
Newhouse School

October 15 & 16, 2009

2nd Annual APDS Public Diplomacy Symposium

Maxwell School &
 Newhouse School

September 2009

Cultural Diplomacy Symposium

Maxwell School &
 Newhouse School

October 2008

1st Annual APDS Public Diplomacy Symposium

Maxwell School &
 Newhouse School

 

The speakers this year include:

 

Opening Lecture: What is Public Diplomacy?
Nichole Allem (Senior Advisor for Public Affairs at U.S. Department of State, Syracuse PD
Alumni)

Panel 1: Smart Power, Smart Nations
Thomas Cromwell (Founder and President of East West Communications)
Juan Carlos Molleda (Professor in the Department of Public Relations and director of the MAMC Global
Strategic Communication of the College of Journalism and Communications at the University of Florida (UF))
Craig Hayden (Assistant professor in the International Communication Program at American University’s
 School of International Service)
Amer Yaqub (Senior Vice President of Global Advertising Sales at the Foreign Policy Group)
Ambassador Edward Walker Jr. (Professor of Global Political Theory at Hamilton College)
Moderator:
Mike Mclean (Staff Assistant at the U.S. Department of State in the Bureau of International
Information Programs, SU Alumni)

Panel 2: The Power of the Media in Egypt’s Uprising
Guy Golan (Professor of Public Relations and Public Diplomacy at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public
 Communications at Syracuse University)
Shawn Powers (Assistant professor in the Department of Communications at the University of Georgia)
Erik Nisbet (Assistant professor at the School of Communication at The Ohio State University)
Omnia Al Desoukie (Student at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse
University, Egyptian Journalist)
Moderator:
Ryan Suto (Research Associate, Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy, SU Alumni)

Panel 3: The Global Participant in All of Us
Olga Zatepilina-Monacell (Assistant professor at Appalachian State University, SU Alumni)
Mark Nerenhausen (Director and Professor of Practice of the Janklow Arts Leadership Program at
Syracuse University)
Monique Beadle (Falling Whistle, Advocacy)
Charlie Benjamin (President of the Near East Foundation)
Moderator:
Hans Peter Schmitz (Associate Professor of Political Science at the Maxwell School of Citizenship
and Public Affairs and the Co-Director of School’s Transnational NGO Initiative at Syracuse University)

Keynote
John Prendergast
(Human Rights Activist and Founder of the nonprofit Enough/ Worked in the
Clinton Administration, State Department, National Intelligence Council, UNICEF, Human
Rights Watch, International Crisis Group, and US Institute for Peace)

 

 

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