Day 3

Wednesday, June 24, 2020
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To help you set your agenda, we will provide a few suggestions for designing your path forward each day. We hope that you will find this helpful.

Tips for designing today’s path

Today’s required sessions include:

  • Small Group Meeting (11:00 AM to 12:00 PM CDT)
  • Keynote #3 (1:00 PM to 2:30 PM CDT)
  • Breakout Speakers (2:30 PM to 4:00 PM CDT)
    • Choose your speaker!

Choose at least ONE of the following elective sessions, if you are able:

  • Daily Discussion Group #1 (8:00 AM to 9:00 AM CDT)
  • Daily Discussion Group #2 (9:30 AM to 10:30 AM CDT)
  • Daily Discussion Group #3 (4:30 PM to 5:30 PM CDT)
  • Daily Discussion Group #4 (6:00 PM to 7:00 PM CDT)

You can also attend the following elective session, if you are able:

  • Drop-In Recreational Activities (7:30 PM to 8:30 PM CDT)
    • Choose your activity!

Presentations & Lectures 

8:00 am CDT
  • 60 minutes
  • Elective Session

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Daily Discussion Group #1

Hunger Around the World

Discussion Question(s):

  1. How wold you describe hunger around the world at the present moment?
  2. How would you compare this to hunger in the United States?

All delegates must participate in at least one discussion group per day.

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Meeting ID: 838 3907 2779
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Daily Discussions

Choose at least 1 discussion topic for today.

9:30 am CDT
  • 60 minutes
  • Elective Session

Daily Discussion Group #2

Nutrition and Public Health

Discussion Question(s):

  1. When looking specifically at the developing world, what are the specific nutrition and public health issues that hunger brings about?

All delegates must participate in at least one discussion group per day.

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Meeting ID: 865 3311 9159
Password: 265563

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Daily Discussions

Choose at least 1 discussion topic for today.

11:00 am CDT
  • 60 minutes
  • Required Session

Zoom Session

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Small Group Meeting

All delegates will check-in with their assigned small group for attendance and discussion. This small group is your home-base during your time with World Affairs Seminar.

In this session, we will:

  • Take roll call,
  • Discuss what we’ve learned so far,
  • Preview what’s ahead!

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Small Group Listing

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Groups A, B & C

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Meeting ID
881 8221 0962

Password
484910

Groups D, E & F

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Meeting ID
854 6721 8500

Password
165935

Groups G, H & I

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Meeting ID
860 2336 1913

Password
548687

Groups J, K & L

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Meeting ID
895 7669 1460

Password
174043

12:00 pm CDT
  • 60 minutes

60-minute break

Grab a bite to eat, we’ll resume at 1:00 PM CDT.

 

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12:00 pm CDT
  • 45 minutes
  • Sponsor Track 

Sponsors Discussion Group

We invite our Rotarians, sponsors and other guests to join us for a round-table discussion about the seminar.

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Meeting ID: 811 0067 6128
Password: 256607

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Sponsor Track

Rotarians, sponsors and other guests

1:00 pm CDT
  • 90 minutes
  • Required Session 

Keynote #3: Eilish Zembilci

Eilish Zembilci, Program Coordinator at the Center for Strategic and International Studies’s Global Food Security Program, will provide Wednesday’s keynote session.

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Meeting ID: 811 8289 4784
Password: 222419

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2:30 Pm CDT*
  • 90 minutes
  • Required Session

Breakout Speakers

Delegates can choose which breakout speaker they attend. Check back soon for details! 

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Paul Charter

Agribusiness Leader
(Gloucestershire, England)

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Meeting ID
878 9682 9942

Password
850544

Sara Davis

Synergy Farms
(Nashville, Tenn.)

*Session starts at 3:00 PM CDT

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Meeting ID
813 7498 6820

Password
277600

Rebekah Walker

Medical College of Wisconsin
(Milwaukee, Wis.)

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Meeting ID
846 3836 0677

Password
253821

Tatiana Maida

Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers
(Milwaukee, Wis.)

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Meeting ID
897 3674 3611

Password
241815

4:00 pm CDT
  • 30 minutes

30-minute break

Have you gone outside yet today? Take a moment to stretch your legs and get some fresh air, if you are able. Maybe review the diplomacy exercise information, too!

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4:30 pm CDT
  • 60 minutes
  • Elective Session

Daily Discussion Group #3

Overlapping Issues: Migration & Hunger

Discussion Question(s):

  1. How do issues of immigration and migration impact hunger?

All delegates must participate in at least one discussion group per day.

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Meeting ID: 889 3980 1626
Password: 585136

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Daily Discussions

Choose at least 1 discussion topic for today.

6:00 pm CDT
  • 60 minutes
  • Elective Session

Daily Discussion Group #4

Tackling Hunger

Discussion Question(s):

  1. What are specific tactics being employed by actors around the world to address hunger?
  2. How do they compare to strategies employed in the United States to deal with this issue?

All delegates must participate in at least one discussion group per day.

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Meeting ID: 824 7532 3225
Password: 257209

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United States: +1 312 626 6799
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Daily Discussions

Choose at least 1 discussion topic for today.

7:30 PM CDT
  • 60 minutes
  • Elective Session

Zoom Session

See below for details.

Drop-In Recreational Activities

See below for details! 

 

Let's have fun!

Optional activities for you to enjoy.

Open Mic / Talent Show

Join our Facilitators for a celebration of culture, music, poetry and the arts! Grab an instrument, use your voice, and show off your unique talents.

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Meeting ID
845 7132 4436

Password
222042

General Social Session

At the end of the seminar, we will each go our separate ways with new ideas and memories from our time together. Join this session for an opportunity to come together for a casual chat with other delegates.

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Meeting ID
813 3396 1450

Password
453898

[RESCHEDULED] Beginning Yoga with Tyra Hildebrand

All levels welcome!
Yoga mat recommended.

Come find out the wonders that yoga asana can do for you. Yoga is often defined as the union of the heart, mind, and body. Join an engaging, introductory yoga class that works well for both the novice or those familiar with yoga. Give yourself the gift of quieting the mind, while focusing on your breath, as you move through a variety of strengthening postures.

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Meeting ID
841 2767 3103

Password
137481

 

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