Calling Green Bay, Sheboygan, & Milwaukee regional alumni! WAS is needing YOUR help with an upcoming photoshoot. We are needing volunteers to model WAS t-shirts for an upcoming project. Sign up & tell us that you are interested today!
We asked our delegates to share their World Affairs Seminar story! Several recent delegates shared some impressive videos with us, telling us about their experience & take-away. We are excited to announce our contest winners, each receiving partial sponsorships for their local Rotary Clubs.
Social media is here to stay as an integral part of our everyday lives. It impacts how we think, perceive, and communicate with others on a minute-by-minute basis—and helps shape the face we present to the world. We will address social media head on at the 2019 World Affairs Seminar, discussing ethical dilemmas, issues of privacy, transparency and identity, and the economic and political ramifications.
Welcome letter from Michael Carriere, PhD, Academic Dean of the World Affairs Seminar, addressing staff and counselors for the 2018 World Affairs Seminar on Innovation.
Welcome letter from Michael Carriere, PhD, Academic Dean of the World Affairs Seminar, addressing registered delegates for the 2018 World Affairs Seminar on Innovation.
Visit & explore our virtual resource library for the 2018 World Affairs Seminar on Innovation: Shaping the World You Will Inherit. Here you will find documents, links, and helpful learning resources to prepare you for the 2018 seminar in June.
Seasons greetings from the World Affairs Seminar. Please remember WAS this giving season. If you would like to help us finish out our year in a big way, please take a minute to make a small contribution on our new link to “Network for Good.” You can make a one-time gift, or do a nominal monthly donation. Please check out the link below and think with your heart
Rotary District 6270 of Southeastern Wisconsin is offering several scholarship opportunities and stipends for students in the upcoming year, each opportunity within one of Rotary’s Six Areas of Focus. Opportunities include a $30,000 Global Grant Scholarship for a graduate level program Fall 2018, a $3,000 Scholarly Stipends for travel to attend a conference to present an accepted paper, fund coursework, or fund a short-term volunteer opportunity, and others.
From artificial intelligence (AI) to autonomous cars, innovation is fundamentally altering the way we work, travel, and even feed ourselves. “Innovation: Shaping the World You Will Inherit” will allow WAS delegates the opportunity to think critically about this profound moment of transformation.
Week-in-review video from 2017 seminar on Education & Social Justice.