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Salzburg Global Forum for Young Cultural Leaders
Publication: Culture 360
Author: Judith Staines
Date: March 16, 2012
The Salzburg Global Forum for Young Cultural Leaders will provide a unique learning opportunity for “next generation” cultural leaders. Taking place in Salzburg, Austria, Oct 27 – Nov 1 2012, early application for the limited number of bursaries for outstanding candidates from developing countries is strongly advised.

Salzburg Global
Publication: West Valley College
Author:
Date: March 16, 2012
Jochen Fried (right), director of the Universities Project of the Salzburg Seminar pictured here with West Valley College art historian and event co-host, Dr. Cynthia Reis.

Dallas Museum of Art Appoints Robert Stein as Deputy Director
Publication: Dallas Museum of Art
Author:
Date: March 14, 2012
Maxwell L. Anderson, the Eugene McDermott Director of the Dallas Museum of Art, today announced the appointment of [SGS fellow] Robert Stein as the Museum’s Deputy Director, effective April 19, 2012.

Providing Thought Leadership in the Global Education Sector
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Date: March 12, 2012
Education, long understudied and underestimated by the global development community, quickly took center stage with the advent of the Millennium Goals in 2000.

Global Citizenship – What Are We Talking About and Why Does It Matter?
Publication: Inside Higher Ed
Author: Madeleine F. Green
Date: March 11, 2012
Editor's note: This guest entry was written by Madeleine F. Green, a Senior Fellow at NAFSA and the International Association of Universities. It was originally published in NAFSA's newish Trends & Insights series of short online article that are "designed to highlight social, economic, political and higher education system trends affecting international ...

How Will Democracies Emerge from the Arab Spring?
Author: Tina Micklethwait
Date: March 09, 2012
The following is a guest post by Tina Micklethwait, who attended a recent conference at the Salzburg Global Seminar on what emerging leaders in the Middle East and North Africa can learn from democratic transitions elsewhere.

“Nothing about me without me” – NEJM perspective pieces
Publication: Health News Review
Author: Gary Schwitzer
Date: March 01, 2012
The quote above has become a rallying cry of many shared decision-making advocates. It’s from Valerie Billingham, from a session at the Salzburg Global Seminar, (session 356) in 1998, “Through the Patient’s Eyes.”

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