Events

Fall 2018 Events

 

October 9
11 a.m. Mears Cottage Living Room

Foreign Affairs Discussion
Join us as David Harrison leads the discussion based on an article from The Economist. (Sept. 2018)

A Liberal World Order to Fight for:  A World Order Under Challenge.

October 11
11 a.m., Rosenfield Center 101

Kathy Cramer

Co-sponsored with the Department of Political Science

November 13
11 a.m. Mears Cottage Living Room

Foreign Affairs Discussion

November 14
8 p.m. Rosenfield Center, Room 101

Cultivate the Karass, civil discourse workshop

Spring 2019 Events

Humanitarian Aid Mini-Symposium

February 5
11 a.m. Mears Cottage Living Room

Foreign Affairs Discussion

March 5
11 a.m. Mears Cottage Living Room

Foreign affairs Discussion

April 2
11 a.m. Mears Cottage Living Room

Foreign Affairs Discussion

Past Rosenfield Program Events

2016-17 Rosenfield Program Events
2015–16 Rosenfield Program Events
2014–15 Rosenfield Program Events
2013–14 Rosenfield Program Events
2012–13 Rosenfield Program Events
2011–12 Rosenfield Program Events
2010–11 Rosenfield Program Events
2009–10 Rosenfield Program Events
2008–09 Rosenfield Program Events
2007–08 Rosenfield Program Events
2006–07 Rosenfield Program Events
2005–06 Rosenfield Program Events
2004–05 Rosenfield Program Events
2003–04 Rosenfield Program Events
2002–03 Rosenfield Program Events
2001–02 Rosenfield Program Events
2000–01 Rosenfield Program Events
Fall 1989 – Spring 2000 Rosenfield Program Events
Fall 1987 – Spring 1989 Rosenfield Program Events

Videos

Ebola, the World Health Organization, and the Chances of Reform
Counterinsurgency and the Future of Afghanistan
What Time is it?: An Afternoon with Civil Rights Pioneer Grace Lee Boggs
Grinnell Minute with Wadzanai Motsi '12
The Media: Changes and Challenges
Morris Dees, 2011 Innovator for Social Justice Prize Symposium keynote
The Business of Human Trafficking
The Truth About Domestic Sex Trafficking and How it Affects You
Human Trafficking: Jose Moya, A Historical and Global Perspective
Human Trafficking Panel Discussion
Martin Luther King, Jr. and the "Beloved Campus"