Category Archive: Events

Organization Development Network of New York hosts CoachingOurselves Event

COFS

All Milano students are welcome to register and attend. Organizational Change Management Students may be particularly interested. It’s well understood in the field of learning and development that 70% of learning is informal, on the job, and experience based, 20% is coaching and mentoring, and 10% is comprised of formal learning interventions and structured courses. But …

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Call For Essays on “The Future of Development Assistance”

Next Horizons Poster

GDN Next Horizons Essay Contest 2014 in partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation on The Future of Development Assistance The world has changed radically since the emergence of official development assistance. How should aid change? We want to hear your views: Which financial instruments should be used to provide aid? How should the …

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People’s Climate March Planning Session Hosted at Milano

Last Tuesday, July 1st Milano hosted a planning event for the People’s Climate March. Representatives from various sectors including organized labor, youth, environmental justice, retirees, environmental and peace movements, student groups, food justice, the arts, etc were well represented. The event had over 500 participants and was deemed a great success by event organizers.

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Farewell To Professor David Gold

After twelve years of service in the Graduate Program in International Affairs, Professor David Gold will retire at the end of this academic school year. Gold taught Advanced Topics in International Affairs: Sources of Conflict, Comparative Development Experience, Conflict and Development.

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The Color of Wealth 2014 Policy Summit

Professor Darrick Hamilton spoke on the The War on Poverty and the Next Economy: Building an Agenda for an Inclusive Society panel at The Color of Wealth 2014 Policy Summit. He presented work in collaboration with Duke University’s research network on race and ethnic inequality on a Ford funded five city study to examine the asset and debt position in communities of color.

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