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Communication, Culture & Technology Program at Georgetown University



 



The advantage of modern means of communication is they enable you to worry about things in all of the world.
Dr. Laurence J. Peter



Communications is at the heart of the 21st Century, either lauded or condemned for providing instant access to news, entertainment and people. This lecture series seeks to explore the role of communications in some of the major issues of today. It is intended to establish a dialogue and information exchange among policy makers, media and democracy advocates, academics, business leaders, authors, and the general public. The series is a joint initiative of Fordham University and Georgetown University, institutions founded in the Jesuit tradition of pursuing open intellectual discourse for the betterment of our world.

September 12, 2006
Wanted - Chief Marketing Officer of Democracy

October 3, 2006
Voting, Communications and Our Democracy

November 14, 2006
Communicating Effectively to an Aging Population

December 4, 2006
Communicating After Disasters - Cancelled

Each lecture will be held in the Copley Formal Lounge on the campus of Georgetown University, located at 37th and O Streets, NW.

Each lecture will begin promptly at 6pm.

This lecture series is free and open to the public but reservations are required.

 

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