Marc Pilisuk, a Human Sciences faculty member at Saybrook’s Graduate School of Psychology and Humanistic Studies, will be speaking on the implications of war and military spending at a conference at Purdue University.
The conference, “Revisiting the Idea of the Military Industrial Complex,” will be held on April 9th, and be divided into two parts. The first will involve Pilisuk, the author of more than 140 articles on conflict and its resolution, discussing his book Who Benefits from Global Violence and War?
The second will consist of a panel of experts local to Purdue on the impact of war and military spending.
The event is free and open to the public – it will be held in Room 206 of Stewart Center, on Purdue’s West Lafayette, Indiana, campus.
The Saybrook Dialogues, an in-depth examination of topical issues facing the world today, kicks off Thursday, April 1, with additional Dialogues scheduled on April 21 and June 10.
All programs are held at Saybrook’s San Francisco campus, 747 Front Street. Dialogues begin at 7 p.m..
April 1 Dialogue: Leading in the Midst of Change
As leaders (and we are all leaders) our opportunity and challenge is to embrace change, to understand change, and to lead change - within ourselves, our lives, our organizations. This Saybrook Dialogue will focus on tools and practices for leading, and thriving in the midst of change.
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Jackie McGrath, Executive Coach
April 21 Dialogue: Appreciative Leadership: Turning Creative Potential into Positive Power
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