The Conference on World Affairs is pleased to announce its programming executive team for the 2021-22 conference year. CWA Program Committee Chairs and CWA Community Outreach Chair appointed along with updates to the CWA board.
Watch the May 19 recording of our virtual discussion between CU President Mark Kennedy and Lara M. Brown, Ph.D., Director and Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Political Management at George Washington University.
CWA welcomes applications for 2021 CWA board community member, CU faculty/staff and student positions. The CWA Board also invites nominations and self-nominations for the positions of 2021-22 CWA Community Outreach Chair and Community Program Chair. Applications are due by May 10.
Inspired by The New York Times Modern Love— about relationships, feelings, betrayals and revelations, the Conference on World Affairs human condition program committee shares CU student stories of modern love in a series of video performances ending with a virtual discussion with CWA speaker and CU alum Ty Tashiro.
State prisons chief Dean Williams will read the personal narrative of a former inmate Wednesday night online, as part of the JustUs project of the Motus Theater in Boulder. The free performance, which begins at 7 p.m., is part of the 73rd Conference on World Affairs at University of Colorado Boulder and livestreamed on the conference's YouTube page.