Scanning the Horizon Out to 2035 and Beyond- Breakfast Seminar

Breakfast Seminar:

“Seven Revolutions” is the Flagship Global Forecasting presentation of the Center for Strategic and International Studies designed to help you focus on the dramatic changes that will impact the way you live and do business in the future. It will explore population growth and natural resource management, trends in technology, information and knowledge management, global economic integration, security, and changes in governance going forward as well as how they all interact.

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Scott Augenbaugh is Deputy Director of Strategic Futures at the CSIS focusing on global trends analysis and forecasting. His research is on demographics, resource management, computing, data/information growth, social media, the effects of economic integration and emerging security challenges.

The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) is one of the world’s preeminent international policy institutions focused on defense and security, regional stability and transnational challenges ranging from energy and climate to global development and economic integration. They are a bipartisan nonprofit organization headquartered in Washington with a full time staff of over 220 in existence for over 50 years.


This event is being sponsored by the World Affairs Council of New Jersey in conjunction with the Global Enterprise Network at Fairleigh Dickenson University.


The World Affairs Council of New Jersey (www.njwac.org) is a non partisan, not for profit organization organized with the purpose of helping to educate and inform the residents of New Jersey with respect to international affairs and their impact on our lives and businesses. We are a member of the national World Affairs Councils of America, an organization dating back to 1918 with over 90 chapters in 40+ states.

Event Details:

Date: February 3, 2015
Time: 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Location: Rutherford Room, Student Union Building, Metropolitan Campus, FDU, Teaneck, NJ

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Registration:

 

Registrations are open now and are required for the event.

Ticket prices are $20 (includes continental Breakfast) for general admissions. Free for students and FDU staff and faculty.

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For more information, contact:

Sarah Horn
shorn@fdu.edu
(201) 692-7362

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