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Campus SpotlightApril 20222022School of Diplomacy News

2022 Global Ties U.S. National Meeting Addresses Cyber Defense, U.S. Infrastructure

The 2022 hybrid Global Ties National Meeting was held in Arlington, VA. From March 16 -19, members of the United States State Department and the Global Ties community discussed the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) pivot in 2020-2021 towards online exchange.  In addition, members of the State Departments’ cyber defense and diversity, equity, and inclusion tasks forces spoke about what each department is doing to protect the United States’s infrastructure and President Biden’s Executive Order 13985. 

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Campus Spotlight2021November 2021Climate ChangeSchool of Diplomacy News

The World Affairs Council of New Jersey in Discussion of COP26

The World Affairs Council of NJ hosted an online talk with Gerald Butts, Vice President of Eurasia, and Faith Taylor, ESG Leader at Tesla. Mr. Butts has a wealth of experience in government, specifically the COP process, and global climate action. He also served in the Canadian government where he served as the Principal Secretary to Prime Minister Trudeau. Ms. Taylor leads the Environmental, Social, and Governance efforts at the Tesla Corporation. She is also a co-founder of the Global Human Trafficking Center and Social Entrepreneur Program at Montclair State University, where she was a professor of marketing and management. 

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Campus SpotlightNovember 20202020School of Diplomacy NewsSHUMUN

SHUNA Holds Inaugural “HallMUN 2020” College Conference

Seton Hall University’s Model United Nations team hosted its first-ever college-level Model UN conference, known as HallMUN, on the weekend of November 13, 2020. SHUNA, the Seton Hall United Nations Association, organized the three-day virtual conference, making it the first nationwide to be held online.

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