Published: Sept. 23, 2016

CWA Stacked

While the Conference on World Affairs hosts over 100 speakers and performers during one week in April, the CWA Speaker Series brings individual distinguished guests to campus, as a means of extending the cultural and intellectual environment of the CWA throughout the year. Formerly known as the CWA Athenaeum, the CWA Speaker Series was established in 1998, inspired by the tradition of an ancient Greek Athenaeum (for which it was originally named) where poets, philosophers, and orators gathered to read and discuss their work.

To kick off this academic year the CWA Speaker Series will host two upcoming talks on the CU Boulder campus, featuring Daniel TraubNYC based Filmmaker & Photographer and Vice President of Data Strategy for Twitter, Chris Moody. Both events are free and open to students and the community.

Daniel Traub, will be hosted on campus on Thursday, October 27th at 6:30 p.m. in Old Main. The evening will include a discussion, audience Q&A, and a multimedia presentation diving into the story behind the work in the award-winning photography book: Little North Road: Africa in China. An in-depth interview about this project may be found here: http://roadsandkingdoms.com/2016/little-north-road-qa-with-daniel-traub/

Chris Moody @chrismoodycom, joins the CWA Speaker Series on Thursday, December 1st at 6:30 p.m. in Hale 270. Moody is considered a pioneer in the social data industry and has worked closely with leading social platforms such as Twitter, Tumblr, Foursquare, WordPress, Disqus and more to formulate and execute their data strategies. The event will include an on-stage interview by a CWA Student Volunteer and an audience Q&A. The CWA Speaker Series will also be fielding questions for Moody ahead of and during the event via Twitter. To submit your question for Moody please tag @CWABoulder for your question to be considered for the event.

Visit our CWA Speaker Series page for more information on the program, including a list of past participants.

 

Space is limited, please RSVP for the event HERE.

Parking for this event is FREE on campus after 5 pm in the indicated lots:

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