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Programs Occurring in 2006
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Sessions

European Responses to Terrorism: Costs of Public Security

21 Mar - 26 Mar, 2006
In an intensified effort to curb terrorist activity in Europe, governments have instituted new policies and programs at local, national and transnational levels. These measures involve tightened border controls, greater internal security, increased intergovernmental co-operation and monitoring financial transactions ...
Completing the Doha Round: Bridging the Agricultural Divide
30 Apr - 05 May, 2006 (Session 431)
As the multilateral trade negotiations continue under the WTO's Doha Round, it is clear that among the number of highly sensitive issues inhibiting progress, agriculture is chief among them. This is a politically charged issue for most countries, developed and developing alike. However, for developing ...
The Transatlantic Divide: Myths, Realities, and Business as Usual
29 Jun - 04 Jul, 2006 (Session 432)
The first years of the twenty-first century have seen a growing strain between the United States and Europe. While the fundamental integrity of the transatlantic relationship appears intact, serious political, legal, economic and security issues threaten to present critical challenges for the future. ...
Women, Political Power, and Next Generation Leadership
11 Sep - 17 Sep, 2006 (Session 433)
Despite advancements made by women in the political arena in recent time, they remain grossly underrepresented at most levels of government in nearly every country. This has ramifications for the smooth and optimal functioning of democracy, impacts the ability of government to create effective policies ...
The "Telling of Lives": Biography as a Mirror on Society
30 Sep - 06 Oct, 2006 (Session 434)
The genre biography enjoys unprecedented popular appeal and influence; people take meaning from individual lives in their struggle to understand the human endeavor, in their attempt to fathom individual motivation, achievement, or greatness. But, perhaps even more significantly, biography -whether ...
The Rule of Law: Reconciling Religion and Culture in a Constitutional Framework
07 Oct - 12 Oct, 2006 (Session 435)
Even in societies with well-established constitutions and a strong history of the rule of law, there are continual challenges in integrating the rights of minority groups, balancing the appropriate role for religion and religious law, and respecting cultural norms. Can religious laws be integrated ...
Beyond the University: Shifting Demographics in Higher Education
07 Nov - 12 Nov, 2006 (Session 436)
In many countries, "traditional" students will soon be a numerical minority on campus. The demands of the knowledge society as well as social and demographic shifts continue to have far-reaching effects on the composition of the student body with more and more entrants (or re-entrants) well past the ...
Public-Private Partnerships: Harnessing Markets to Drive Development
14 Nov - 19 Nov, 2006 (Session 437)
There is growing confidence in the power of Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) to narrow the development gap and unleash the economic potential of poor communities. New concepts of development highlight the need to catalyze private investment in developing countries and illustrate that corporate ...
China: The New Global Economic Engine?
05 Dec - 10 Dec, 2006 (Session 438)
China's explosive growth during the past decade is exercising a profound impact on the world's economic order. Trade flows from China to the United States and Europe, bilateral trade disputes, anxiety in the West about outsourcing of jobs, pressures on currency valuations, fear of Chinese overtures ...

Global Citizenship Program

International Study Program - Global Citizenship: America and the World

01 Jan - 08 Jan, 2006
In an age of new international tensions and shifting global alliances, the need for Americans to understand international affairs, to recognize cultural values other than their own, and to view world events from a variety of perspectives, has become increasingly critical. In response to this need, ...
International Study Program - Global Citizenship: America and the World (Miami Dade)
23 Feb - 02 Mar, 2006
In an age of new international tensions and shifting global alliances, the need for Americans to understand international affairs, to recognize cultural values other than their own, and to view world events from a variety of perspectives, has become increasingly critical. In response to this need, ...
International Study Program - Global Citizenship: America and the World (CUNY)
15 Apr - 22 Apr, 2006
In an age of new international tensions and shifting global alliances, the need for Americans to understand international affairs, to recognize cultural values other than their own, and to view world events from a variety of perspectives, has become increasingly critical. In response to this need, ...
International Study Program - Global Citizenship: America and the World
01 Jun - 08 Jun, 2006
In an age of new international tensions and shifting global alliances, the need for Americans to understand international affairs, to recognize cultural values other than their own, and to view world events from a variety of perspectives, has become increasingly critical. In response to this need, ...
International Study Program - Community Colleges as sites of Global Citizenship
15 Jul - 22 Jul, 2006 (ISP 14)
Colleges and universities are vital institutions for addressing political, social, and economic concerns, be they at a local, national, or global level. While embedded in their communities, they contribute substantially to a nation's competitiveness and operate within an increasingly international environment ...
International Study Program - Colleges as sites of Global Citizenship
26 Jul - 02 Aug, 2006 (ISP 15)
Colleges and universities are vital institutions for addressing political, social, and economic concerns, be they at a local, national, or global level. While embedded in their communities, they contribute substantially to a nation's competitiveness and operate within an increasingly international environment ...

Salzburg Festivals & Explorations

Salzburg : A Cultural and Historical Exploration (Vermont Public Radio)

07 Apr - 15 Apr, 2006

Salzburg : A Mozart Exploration
25 May - 01 Jun, 2006

Salzburg : A Cultural and Historical Exploration (Association of Yale Alumni)
08 Jul - 15 Jul, 2006

Salzburg Seminar Summer Festival 2006
04 Aug - 11 Aug, 2006

Salzburg : A Mozart Exploration (Opera America)
19 Oct - 25 Oct, 2006

Winter Festival at Salzburg Seminar
22 Dec - 29 Dec, 2006

Russian Higher Education Program

RHEP 06 - Fostering University Research and Innovation Management: Strategic Areas for Action

22 Apr - 25 Apr, 2006
At a time of ample attention to innovation as a powerful tool for fostering national economies, universities are put under significant pressure to rapidly develop and efficiently commercialize promising research. While university research has spun out many high-impact companies, a number of promising ...

Fellow Events

Salzburg Seminar American Studies Alumni Association: Redefining America: Race, Ethnicity and Immigration

07 Sep - 10 Sep, 2006 (SSASAA 03)
In the last thirty years, millions of people from Latin America, Asia, the Middle East and Africa have migrated and immigrated to the United States, contributing to remarkable social, political and cultural transformations for both the new arrivals and the communities and regions in which they have ...

Visiting Advisors Projects

Khazar University

26 Apr - 30 Apr, 2006

Gorno-Altaisk State University
02 May - 08 May, 2006

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