2021 International Conference/Webinars
Preeminent leaders in science diplomacy and global affairs discuss how science and engineering can bridge communication gaps, tackle societal issues, and positively influence global policy.
Global Food Security Challenges & Solutions
NUTRITION FOR THE WORLD
Experts from nearly every continent discuss sustainable development, biodiversity, agro-technology, biotechnology, insect physiology and more.
David W. Hahn, Host
Craig M. Berge Dean, College of Engineering, University of Arizona
Cherry Murray, Event Chair
Deputy Director for Research Biosphere 2, Professor of Physics, University of Arizona
Co-Chair for Science, the InterAcademies Partnership
Co-Chair 10-Member Group, United Nations Technology Facilitation Mechanism: Science Technology & Innovation for the Sustainable Development Goals
TUES, JUNE 22
Global Food Security CHALLENGES
James L. Buizer
Founding Director, Arizona Institutes for Resilience; Professor, School of Natural Resources & the Environment, University of Arizona
Elizabeth Hodson de Jaramillo
FRI, JUNE 25
Global Food Security SOLUTIONS
Vice President of Global Environmental Futures,
Director of Biosphere, Executive Director of the Alfie Norville Gem & Mineral Museum, and Professor, Geochemistry, University of Arizona
Joel L Cuello
For further information about the Science, Health and Engineering Policy and Diplomacy Initiative, please contact Hassan Vafai, Professor, UA Civil and Architectural Engineering and Mechanics, at 520.621.5949 or firstname.lastname@example.org.