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May 2020

  • Thursday, May 7th What Next for UK Science and Innovation Policy?

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    Thursday, May 7, 20202:00PM - 4:00PM108N, North House, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, 1 Devonshire Place, Toronto, ON, M5S 3K7
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    Series

    IPL - Speaker Series

    Description

    The UK was an industrial and scientific pioneer and introduced government funding for investigator-driven (‘basic’) research through arms-length, scientist-led agencies decades earlier than the US. Yet the country has, for just as long, fretted about its lack of technological competitiveness, and for several decades the R&D/GDP ratio of less than 1.7% has stubbornly resisted all attempts to improve it. For historical reasons, UK government R&D spending is unusually biased towards the ‘basic’ end of the spectrum, and the geographical distribution of that spending is highly concentrated on a small number of institutions in a few places – the so-called Golden Triangle of Oxford, Cambridge and London. Now, as the UK leaves the European Union, it is once again aiming to transform its technological fortunes with a target of reaching first 2.4 and then 3% of GDP and to use this growth in R&D effort to help ‘rebalance’ regional growth prospects and drive improvements in the UK’s poor productivity record.

    Becauase of the relative lack of domestic funding programmes for civil technological development over the last few decades the EU’s R&D programmes have been an unusually important source of public-sector support for technological R&D in the UK relative to other countries. In the short-term, post-Brexit Britain’s access to these programmes is by no means guaranteed. At the same time the UK is dependent on EU scientists and engineers, who make up a significant share of both the public sector science workforce and the private sector R&D workforce. Post-Brexit immigration restrictions and perceptions of a hostile environment are issues of major concern for universities and R&D intensive firms alike.

    This seminar will draw out the broader questions about the relationships between research and innovation policy and place, and about the international dimensions of research and innovation policies raised by these short-term Brexit challenges and the long-term challenges of harnessing technological development to drive economic growth, regional rebalancing and productivity improvements.


    Speakers

    Dr. Kieron Flanagan
    Dr. Kieron Flanagan is a Senior Lecturer in Science and Technology Policy at the Alliance Manchester Business School and a member of the Manchester Institute of Innovation Research (formerly PREST); has had a previous stint as Director of Postgraduate Taught Programmes for the Alliance Manchester Business School, responsible for the School's portfolio of specialised MSc programmes (comprising some 900 students), and he has served as Director of Undergraduate Programmes for the School.



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  • Thursday, May 7th The Legacy of Allan Gotlieb: Canadian Strategist and Washington Diarist

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    Thursday, May 7, 20204:00PM - 5:30PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Description

    Former Canadian Ambassador to the United States Allan Gotlieb’s significant legacy for Canadian foreign policy and Canada’s relations with the United States will be discussed in an online panel featuring University of Toronto historian Robert Bothwell, Johns Hopkins SAIS Professor Charles Doran, and the founding Director of the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy at the University of Toronto Janice Stein each of whom knew Gotlieb well. SAIS Professor Christopher Sands, Director of the Canada Institute at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars will moderate. The panel is a memorial tribute to Gotlieb, who died on April 18. It is being cosponsored by the Canada Institute at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, the Center for Canadian Studies at Johns Hopkins SAIS, and the Munk School.

    Sponsors

    Canada Institute at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

    Center for Canadian Studies at Johns Hopkins SAIS

    Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy


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  • Friday, May 8th COVID-19 and the World's Grand Challenges

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    Friday, May 8, 202010:30AM - 11:30AMOnline Event,
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    What impact will COVID-19 have on the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)? How will the pandemic affect our ability to access vulnerable and hard-to-reach populations, particularly where health systems are already constrained and have limited resources? Will the global health and economic implications of the pandemic render it impossible to achieve the SDGs by 2030? Does this crisis present an opportunity to address inequality and work toward sustainability in new ways?

    In this Munk School / Innovation Policy Lab online event, join experts Anita McGahan, Joseph Wong and Karlee Silver for a deep dive into how COVID-19 will affect our efforts to address the world’s grand challenges. The discussion will be moderated by Anna Maria Tremonti.

    To submit questions in advance, please email events.munk@utoronto.ca

    Contact

    Daria Dumbabze
    416-978-6062


    Speakers

    Anita McGahan
    Speaker
    University Professor and George E. Connell Chair in Organizations and Society, Rotman School of Management and Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy

    Joseph Wong
    Speaker
    Vice-Provost & Associate Vice-President, International Student Experience, Ralph and Roz Halbert Professor of Innovation at the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, and Professor, Department of Political Science

    Karlee Silver
    Speaker
    Co-CEO, Grand Challenges Canada

    Anna Maria Tremonti
    Moderator
    Host of CBC's More with Anna Maria Tremonti podcast and former host of The Current



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  • Friday, May 8th Asian Institute Student Leadership Celebration

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    Friday, May 8, 20205:00PM - 6:00PMOnline Event, Online Event:
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    Description

    We’re marking the achievements of students at the Asian Institute with a virtual Asian Institute Student Leadership Celebration this Friday, May 8, 5:00-6:00PM (EST). Faculty, staff, friends, family, pets etc. welcome!

    During the ceremony, we encourage you to fold a paper crane with us, following these simple instructions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yTY-nGYYq_c

    Please RSVP to ai.coordinator@utoronto.ca for the Zoom Video Conferencing details.


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  • Monday, May 11th The World after COVID-19

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    Monday, May 11, 202010:30AM - 11:30AMOnline Event,
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    What will the world look like in the wake of COVID-19?

    How will the pandemic shape our cities? What will the future of work look like? What can we learn from the pivots that firms and institutions have made in the face of massive economic shocks? What will the future look like for universities grappling with the effects of the coronavirus?

    Join Innovation Policy Lab experts Shauna Brail, Anita McGahan, Tara Vinodrai and Shiri Breznitz for a Munk School /Innovation Policy Lab online event as they discuss the world after COVID-19. The discussion will be moderated by Jennifer Pagliaro.

    To submit questions in advance, please email events.munk@utoronto.ca


    Speakers

    Anita McGahan
    Speaker
    University Professor and George E. Connell Chair in Organizations and Society, Rotman School of Management and Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy

    Shauna Brail
    Speaker
    Director and Associate Professor, Urban Studies Program, Associate Director, Partnerships and Outreach, School of Cities, University of Toronto

    Tara Vinodrai
    Speaker
    Associate Professor, University of Toronto Mississauga, Director, Master of Urban Innovation

    Shiri Breznitz
    Speaker
    Associate Professor, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy

    Jennifer Pagliaro
    Moderator
    Reporter, City Hall Bureau, The Toronto Star



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  • Tuesday, May 12th The Holocaust, 75 Years after It Ended

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    Tuesday, May 12, 202010:00AM - 12:00PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    How does the Holocaust appear now, to someone who both lived it and shaped the writing of its history? Join us for a remarkable opportunity to learn from the acclaimed military and Holocaust historian, Gerhard L. Weinberg. Born in Hanover in 1928, Weinberg escaped Nazi Germany on a Kindertransport to England. He served in the US army in 1946-47, worked as a research analyst in the war documentation project, and received his PhD from the University of Chicago. His many influential publications include A World at Arms: A Global History of World War II.

    This event will begin at 10:10 am. To access the Zoom webinar, please click the registration button above. No advance registration is required.


    Speakers

    Professor Gerhard Weinberg
    Professor Emeritus, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


    Sponsors

    Chancellor Rose and Ray Wolfe Chair in Holocaust Studies

    Anne Tanenbaum Centre for Jewish Studies


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  • Thursday, May 21st The 30th Anniversary of The Lionel Gelber Prize: Is the West Losing the Fight For Democracy? A Discussion with the 2020 Prize Winners Ivan Krastev & Stephen Holmes

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    Thursday, May 21, 202011:00AM - 12:00PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    In its 30th anniversary year, The Lionel Gelber Prize hosts a virtual disussion with the 2020 prize winning authors, Ivan Krastev and Stephen Holmes. This event is presented in partnership with the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy at the University of Toronto and Foreign Policy Magazine.

    Why did the West, after winning the Cold War, lose its political balance?

    When the Cold War ended in 1989, hopes for the eastward spread of liberal democracy were high. And yet the transformation of Central and Eastern Eastern European countries gave rise to a “politics of grievance” that turned to undermine the ideals of liberalism itself.

    In The Light that Failed: A Reckoning, Ivan Krastev and Stephen Holmes argue that the supposed end of history turned out to be only the beginning of an “Age of Imitation.” Reckoning with the history of the last thirty years, they show that the most powerful force behind the wave of populist xenophobia that began in Eastern Europe, and has spread to the heartland of the West stems from alienation and resentment at the post-1989 imperative to become Westernized.

    Join us for an engaging conversation with Ivan Krastev and Stephen Holmes, authors of The Light That Failed: A Reckoning and winners of the 2020 Lionel Gelber Prize, moderated by Cameron Abadi, Deputy Editor, Foreign Policy Magazine and Juror of The Lionel Gelber Prize and welome remarks from Janice Stein, Jury Chair of The Lionel Gelber Prize and Founding Director, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy.

    About the Lionel Gelber Prize:

    Founded in 1989 by Canadian diplomat Lionel Gelber, this year marks the 30th Anniversary of the Lionel Gelber Prize. The Lionel Gelber Prize is a literary award for the world’s best non-fiction book in English on foreign affairs that seeks to deepen public debate on significant international issues. The award is presented annually by The Lionel Gelber Prize Foundation, in partnership with the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy and Foreign Policy magazine.


    Speakers

    Ivan Krastev
    Speaker
    Co-author of The Light That Failed: A Reckoning
    Chairman, Centre for Liberal Strategies, Sofia, Bulgaria
    Permanent Fellow, Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna Austria

    Stephen Holmes
    Speaker
    Co-author of The Light That Failed: A Reckoning
    Professor, School of Law, New York University, New York, USA

    Cameron Abadi
    Moderator
    Juror, The Lionel Gelber Prize
    Deputy Editor, Foreign Policy Magazine

    Janice Stein
    Opening Remarks
    Jury Chair, The Lionel Gelber Prize
    Founding Director, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy
    Belzberg Professor of Conflict Management, Department of Political Science, University of Toronto



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  • Tuesday, May 26th The Future of (Decent?) Work After COVID-19

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    Tuesday, May 26, 202012:30PM - 1:30PMOnline Event,
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    What will the future of work look like? How will trends and technologies impact industries and the workforce moving forward? Will automation accelerate our recovery in a post-COVID world? How do we ensure the availability of decent work and maintain an engaged workforce?

    In this Munk School / Innovation Policy Lab / CIFAR online event, join experts Dan Breznitz, Zabeen Hirji and Peter Warrian for a deep dive into how COVID-19 will affect the next normal of the future of work.

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    Speakers

    Dan Breznitz
    Speaker
    Co-Director, CIFAR Program on Innovation, Equity, and the Future of Prosperity; Co-Director, Innovation Policy Lab; Munk Chair of Innovation Studies; Professor, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy and Political Science, University of Toronto

    Zabeen Hirji
    Speaker
    Executive Advisor, Future of Work, Deloitte and past Chief Human Resources Officer, RBC, Executive Advisor, Future of Work, Deloitte; Past Chief Human Resources Officer, RBC; Chair, CivicAction; Executive-in-Résidence Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University

    Peter Warrian
    Speaker
    Distinguished Fellow, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy; Former Research Director, United Steelworkers of America; Former Chief Economist of the Province of Ontario

    Matt Lundy
    Moderator
    Economics Reporter at The Globe and Mail


    Sponsors

    Innovation Policy Lab

    Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy

    CIFAR


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June 2020

  • Wednesday, June 3rd Disinforming Ourselves to Death: Propaganda, Social Media, and Data Weapons in the Age of AI

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    Wednesday, June 3, 20203:00PM - 5:00PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    The NATO Association of Canada is proud to host a conversation a moderated discussion with the NATO Association’s Editor-in-Chief Dr. Joseph McQuade and Alexandra Alvarova who is working to unmask malicious information operations through her work. The discussion will focus on propaganda, hybrid-warfare, data-weapons, artificial intelligence and disinformation. Click the registration link above for further details.


    Speakers

    Alexandra Alvarova
    Speaker

    Joseph McQuade
    Moderator


    Sponsors

    Nato Association of Canada


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  • Monday, June 8th Rhodes Scholarships for China Information Session

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    Monday, June 8, 20209:30AM - 11:00AMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Join Professor Diana Fu for a webinar on applying to the Rhodes Scholarship in the China Constituency.

    Rhodes Scholarships for China

    Watch the recording of this webinar here.

    The inaugural class of Chinese Rhodes Scholars joined Oxford University in 2016. As of 2020, there are twenty Rhodes Scholars from China. They are “fighting the world’s fight.” Join them. The Rhodes Scholarship programme is the oldest (established 1903) international scholarship programme in the world, and one of the most prestigious. Administered by the Rhodes Trust in Oxford, the programme offers 102 fully-funded Scholarships each year for postgraduate study at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom – one of the world’s leading universities. Rhodes Scholarships are for young leaders of outstanding intellect and character who are motivated to engage with global challenges, committed to the service of others and show promise of becoming value-driven, principled leaders for the world’s future.

    This information session is geared towards eligible candidates for the Rhodes Scholarships for China (Citizens of the People’s Republic of China with a GPA 3.75 or higher). Full eligibility criteria here. Interested applicants to Rhodes Scholarships from other universities and for other constituencies are also welcome to attend.

    Please email questions in advance to ai.asianstudies@utoronto.ca.

    Contact

    Katherine MacIvor
    416-946-8832


    Speakers

    Diana Fu
    National Co-Secretary, Rhodes Scholarship for China Constituency; Associate Professor, Department of Political Science and Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy Asian Institute, University of Toronto

    Yan Chen
    China Rhodes Scholar, Class of 2019



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  • Thursday, June 11th COVID-19 & The Impact on Higher Education: What does the future hold?

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    Thursday, June 11, 202011:00AM - 12:00PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Universities are agents of change. Through research and innovation some of the world’s most disruptive technologies such as the internet, lithium batteries and medical innovations, have significantly altered the way the world operates. Universities not only fuel knowledge translation, but are active members of society. Faculty and students are highly engaged in their local regions, contributing to socio-economic change. Through workshops, seminars, volunteerism, and political engagement, universities have demonstrated that they are more than just brick and mortars.

    Still, government grants per student continue to fall behind the academic costs. While, universities have found varied solutions to deal with these cuts, the impacts of COVID-19 will mean several things to higher education. The first will likely continue to be funding shortages. This is not the time for ordinary solutions, and if governments do not step in to help, entire regions may be left behind.

    Join international experts, Shiri Breznitz, Heike Mayer, Donald Siegel and Elvira Uyarra, for this online event as they discuss the impact of COVID-19 on higher education.


    Speakers

    Shiri Breznitz
    Panelist
    Associate Professor, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, University of Toronto

    Heike Mayer
    Panelist
    Professor, Economic Geography, Institute of Geography & Center for Regional Economic Development, University of Bern

    Donald Siegel
    Panelist
    Foundation Professor & Director, School of Public Affairs, Arizona State University

    Elvira Uyarra
    Panelist
    Reader in Innovation Policy and Strategy, Alliance Manchester Business School & Director, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research, University of Manchester

    Simona Chiose
    Moderator
    Former Post-Education Reporter, The Globe and Mail and Senior Policy Advisor, Stakeholder Engagement, Government Relations Office, University of Toronto



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  • Tuesday, June 16th Cities After COVID

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    Tuesday, June 16, 20204:00PM - 5:30PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    How will COVID-19 shape the future of our cities? What are the most important priorities for our cities as a result of this pandemic?

    Join experts Richard Florida, Nathalie des Rosiers, Anita McGahan and Shauna Brail as they discuss cities after COVID with Marcia Young, host of CBC’s World Report.

    Marcia Young is the host of World Report on CBC radio one. She has lived in and travelled to cities big and small, in Canada and around the world. She is fascinated by the places people call home by choice, or by chance. World Report is a CBC national and international news program connecting listeners from coast to coast to coast, bringing them stories from across the globe with a Canadian perspective.


    Speakers

    Richard Florida
    Speaker
    University Professor at University of Toronto’s School of Cities and Rotman School of Management, Distinguished Fellow at NYU and FIU, and Co-Founder and Senior Editor, The Atlantic City Lab

    Anita McGahan
    Speaker
    University Professor and George E. Connell Chair in Organizations and Society, Rotman School of Management and Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy

    Shauna Brail
    Speaker
    Director and Associate Professor, Urban Studies Program, Associate Director, Partnerships and Outreach, School of Cities, University of Toronto

    Marcia Young
    Moderator
    CBC journalist, host of the World Report

    Nathalie Des Rosiers
    Speaker
    Professor of Law and Principal, Massey College


    Sponsors

    School of Cities, University of Toronto

    Massey College

    Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy

    Innovation Policy Lab


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