Tuesday, March 6, 2018

The New Age of Entrepreneurship



The John Glenn College of Public Affairs and WOSU Public Media are proud to present "Dialogue" featuring Sam Sanders, host of NPR's "It's Been a Minute," for a discussion about the New Age of Entrepreneurship. Join the conversation for a look at local leaders, diversity at the top, making a difference while making a profit, and the risks and rewards of investing in central Ohio.

Moderator: Sam Sanders, National Public Radio

Guests:
Merry Korn, President/CEO, Pearl Interactive Network
Tanisha Robinson, CEO, BrewDog USA

Facilitator: Mike Thompson, Chief Content Director, News and Public Affairs, WOSU Public Media

Tuesday, March 6, 2018
6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
(reception to immediately follow)

Fawcett Center
2400 Olentangy River Road
Columbus, OH

Registration Rates:
General admission: $15
Student: $5
(student ID will be required at check-in)

Click here to register




Designed to be informal and informative, Dialogue features policy experts and thought leaders who will discuss pressing policy issues, followed by a moderated discussion with participants. The goal is to provide a forum for thoughtful and open policy discussions on topics that matter.


2017-18 Events


Thursday, February 8, 2018

The Pentagon Papers


Presenters: Doug Jones, Professor Emeritus, John Glenn College of Public Affairs
Moderator: William Shkurti, Distinguished Adjunct Professor, John Glenn College of Public Affairs
Click here to watch a video of the discussion.


Thursday, January 18, 2018

Paid Parental Leave


Presenter: Elizabeth Brown, Member City Council, The City of Columbus
Heather Whaling, President, Geben Communication
Moderator: Shadia Jallaq, Manager, POWER, John Glenn College of Public Affairs
Click here to watch a video of the discussion.


Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Opioid Epidemic, Part Two


Presenter: Jennifer Lloyd, Director, Statewide Outreach on Substance Use, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine's Office
Moderator: Dr. William Miller, Chair and Professor of Epidemiology, College of Public Health, The Ohio State University
Click here to watch a video of the discussion.


Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Opioid Epidemic, Part One


Presenter: Andrea Boxill, Deputy Director, Governor's Cabinet Opiate Action Team
Moderator: William Martin II, MD, Dean, College of Public Health, The Ohio State University
Click here to watch a video of the discussion.


Tuesday, September 26, 2017

A Cross-Generational Conflict: Continuing American Involvement in Afghanistan


Presenter: Peter Mansoor,Professor, General Raymond E. Mason, Jr. Chair in Military History
Moderator: Scott Levi, Associate Professor of History
Click here to watch a video of the discussion.

2016-17 Dialogue Events

April 17, 2017
Do Ohio’s Home Towns Have a Future?
Presenters:
Jackie Walker, assistant city manager, Delaware Ohio
David Smith, mayor, Lancaster Ohio
John Begala, author of "Big City Problems in Ohio’s Small Towns"
Moderator:
Larry Long, former executive director of the County Commissioners Association of Ohio and lecturer at the John Glenn College of Public Affairs


Feb. 27, 2017
Methods for Improving Civil Discourse
Presenter:
Fran Frazier, Senior Associate, Everyday Democracy
Moderator:
Maggie Lewis, Moderator, Lecturer, John Glenn College of Public Affairs


Jan. 31, 2017
New Day of Governing
Presenter:
Herb Asher, Ohio State professor emeritus of Political Science.
Moderator:
Trevor Brown, dean of the John Glenn College of Public Affairs


Oct. 11, 2016
The Technologies of Human Transformation
Presenters:
Michael L. Dickens, General Manager of the Applied Genetics Program, Battelle Memorial Institute
Allison Snow, Professor of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology, The Ohio State University
Donald Hubin, Professor Emeritus, Director, Center for Ethics and Human Values, The Ohio State University
Moderator:
Caroline Wagner, Wolf Chair in International Affairs, John Glenn College of Public Affairs


Oct. 6, 2016
Effective Paths to Reducing Food Insecurity in the United States
Presenters:
Craig Gundersen, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign’s Department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics
John Mueller , Ohio State University
Moderator:
Neal Hooker, John Glenn College of Public Affairs

2015-16 Dialogue Events

Sept. 14, 2015
Ohio's Constitutional Initiative Process
Presenter: Dr. Herb Asher, Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Political Science
Moderator: Dr. Rob Greenbaum, John Glenn College of Public Affairs


Oct. 12, 2015
Energy Infrastructure and Security: The Importance of Political Leadership
Presenter: Susan Eisenhower, CEO and Chairman of The Eisenhower Group
Moderator: Dr. Jeffrey Bielicki, John Glenn College of Public Affairs


Jan. 21, 2016
Can Ohio Meet the Clean Power Plan?
Presenter: Cheryl Roberto, Twenty First Century Utilities and Eric Burkland, Ohio Manufacturers' Association
Moderator: Dr. Noah Dormady, John Glenn College of Public Affairs


Feb. 23, 2016
Building a National Food Policy From the Ground Up: If the Feds Can't Do It, Can We?
Presenter: Mark Winne, senior advisor at the Center for a Livable Future
Moderator: Dr. Jill Clark, Glenn College professor and Chair of United Way of Central Ohio's Health, Nutrition and Fitness Results Committee


March 22, 2016
Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act
Presenters: Thea Walsh, Director of Transportation Systems & Funding for the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission
Moderator: Larry Long, Glenn College Lecturer
Prezi Presentation: FAST ACT

Feb. 28, 2015
Ohio's Constitutional Initiative Process
Presenter: Dr. Herb Asher, Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Political Science
Moderator: Dr. Rob Greenbaum, John Glenn College of Public Affairs


Oct. 12, 2015
Energy Infrastructure and Security: The Importance of Political Leadership
Presenter: Susan Eisenhower, CEO and Chairman of The Eisenhower Group
Moderator: Dr. Jeffrey Bielicki, John Glenn College of Public Affairs




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