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For and by Hertie School students only! Events ranging from informal discussions with ambassadors, to alumni lectures, and conferences such as the European Public Policy Conference and the Global Public Policy Network Student Conference.
With talks by Raimund Zühr (SEEK) and Lucia Baginova (SEEK).
With talks by Jekaterina Grigorjeva (MPP 2016) and Daniel Polte (MPP 2015).
A talk by David Fabrycky (Political-Military Unit Chief, U.S. Embassy Berlin).
Panel discussion with Holgar Kolley (German Federal Foreign Office), Jean-Arnold Vinois (European Commission), and Joel Weigert (US Embassy Berlin), chaired by Thomas W. O'Donnell (Hertie School).
A talk by Jürgen Hardt (Member of the German Bundestag, Member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Coordinator of Transatlantic Cooperation, Federal Foreign Office).
Workshop with Hertie School Visiting Professor Layna Mosley (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill/Hertie School).
Meet a delegation from the Hertie School at the official opening ceremony of the Hertie School Alumni Chapter Latin America.
A workshop in Bogotá featuring talks by eight Hertie School alumni from the US, Mexico, the UK, Moldavia, and Switzerland.
Exclusive student discussion with Carlos Ivan Simonsen Leal (Getulio Vargas Foundation), moderated by Mark Hallerberg (Hertie School).
Information session for Hertie School students interested in completing a Professional Year. Meet the Career Services team and second-year students who share their experience.
With talks by Basir Feda (MPP 2014/Berghof Foundation), Zoya Lukyanova (EMPA 2016/MitOst e.V.), and Joachim Rahmann (MPP 2012/Save the Children).
A talk exclusively for Hertie School PhD students and alumni by Alexandre Afonso (Assistant Professor in Public Policy, Leiden University).