How to Get a Global Education

Edith Bartley

Vice President, Government Affairs, Thurgood Marshall College Fund

Anya Schmemann

Assistant Dean, School of International Service, American University

Charles Landow

Director, Education Content, Council on Foreign Relations


Experts examine both traditional pathways in higher education as well as less traditional routes for students to learn about and prepare for careers in public and foreign policy as part of the 2015 Conference on Diversity in International Affairs.

The Conference on Diversity in International Affairs is made possible by the generous support of the Robina Foundation.

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