Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures Director Dr. Barry B. Hughes spoke at the Third Colloquium for the Milan Charter of the 2015 World’s Fair and Milan Expo on April 28 at the University of Milan, Italy.
In early March, Dr. Jonathan D. Moyer, Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures Associate Director, was the keynote speaker at two events in Uganda. He presented at an event launching the preparation of USAID’s Uganda 2016-2021 Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) and also at USAID Uganda’s inaugural Development Speaker Series.
Members of the Frederick S. Pardee Center traveled to South Africa the first week of December for a week-long training workshop with members of the Western Cape Provincial Government.
On Wednesday, January 16, Interim Associate Director Jonathan Moyer spoke at the Highland City Club’s International Affairs Lunch. His presentation, titled “The World in 2050 and Beyond: A Look into the ‘Futures,’” highlighted major global trends and focused on key developments in demographics and energy worldwide.
On Wednesday, January 30, Pardee Center Director Barry Hughes gave a presentation for Korbel students and faculty on the National Intelligence Council’s Global Trends 2030 report.
On March 18 and 19, Barry Hughes will travel to New Mexico to deliver a pair of lectures, titled “Alternative Futures for Energy Production and Consumption in the US and the World.” His presentations—the first at the University of New Mexico, and the second at Sandia National Laboratories—will focus on the results of simulations on
Arrow Electronics CEO Michael Long and CFO Paul Reilly joined the Pardee Center’s Director Barry Hughes and Interim Associate Director Jonathan Moyer last week to learn about the capabilities of the IFs system for long-term business strategy. Hughes and Moyer highlighted the usefulness of IFs for private sector firms, such as Arrow, in identifying growth potential in international markets.
Last month, the Pardee Center’s Interim Associate Director Jonathan Moyer traveled to South Africa to lead a two-day workshop with a wide range of South African issue-area experts. He worked with these experts to validate data used to forecast development in the nine provinces of the country using the IFs system.