JSGS Featured Lecture Series

The Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy organizes an annual Featured Lecture Series exploring themed policy areas. Presenters are invited to bring a unique and interesting look to the topic, especially any new theoretical or applied developments.  The first of two themes featured in 2014-2015 will explore five trends changing our world.

Featured Lecture Series

2014-15 Fall Featured Lecture Series - Five Trends Changing Our World: Are we ready for them?

The world is in the midst of profound change, driven by the intersecting trends of globalization, information technology, energy, demographics, and education. What do these mean for continued success and prosperity in mid-sized western countries like Canada? What are the implications for governing in a hyperconnected global economy? These are not issues easily solved, but from a governing perspective, they must be publicly discussed and debated if we are to manage these forces of change well.

Date: Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Time: 1:30 - 3:30 p.m.
Location: Blue Lounge, Hotel Saskatchewan, 2125 Victoria Ave, Regina, SK

The 2014-15 Fall Feature Lecture Series will include:

 Kevin Lynch

Keynote Speaker

The Honourable Kevin Lynch
Vice Chairman, BMO Financial Group

Louise Greenberg

Panel Speaker

Louise Greenberg, PhD.
Deputy Minister, Ministry of Advanced Education
Government of Saskatchewan

 Harold MacKay

Panel Speaker

Harold MacKay
Counsel
MacPherson Leslie & Tyerman LLP

Ron Styles

Panel Speaker

Ron Styles
President and CEO
SaskTel

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