Panel Discussion: Power, People, and Social Media

Carla Robbins '74, deputy editorial page editor of The New York Times moderates Power, People, and Social Media, a panel with Rangita de Silva de Alwis, director of International Human Rights Policy Programs, Wellesley Centers for Women; moderator Charlie Beckett, founding director of POLIS, Media and Communications Department, London School of Economics; and Panagiotis Takis Metaxas, professor of computer science and founder of the Media Arts and Sciences Program, Wellesley College.

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Panel Discussion: The Albright Institute at Wellesley

Wellesley Professor of Economics Joseph Joyce, along with Albright Institute Director Joanne Murray '81, leads a panel of former Albright Fellows—Maša Ðikanović '10, Alison Harrington '10, Simi Oberoi '11, and Annie Smith '11—in a conversation about the Institute's format and its influence on them.

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Wellesley's Global Leadership Initiatives

Provost and Dean of Wellesley College Andy Shennan talks about Wellesley's  engagement in the world and its endeavors as it becomes an increasingly global institution.

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Global Political Challenges: Women Advancing Democracy

Madeleine Korbel Albright '59, the U.S. Secretary of State from 1997 to 2001, addresses the future of U.S. foreign policy and the leadership of women in helping to build prosperity, foster peace, and promote democracy across the globe.

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Leading Women: Wellesley in the 21st Century

President H. Kim Bottomly addresses alumnae in London about Wellesley's vision for the future. It involves strategic partnerships and involvement with the global community to cultivate next-generation leaders and bring women everywhere to full participation in their lives and communities.

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Wellesley's Global Alumnae Network

Laura Daignault Gates '72, chair of the Board of Trustees, Wellesley College, reminds alumnae of the influence of a worldwide network of women, and the benefits and responsibilities of passing on the legacy of excellence.

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