Harvard Folks Appearing at Conference on World Affairs, April 7-11, in Boulder

15 of the participants in the 66th CWA have past or present connections with Harvard. They can be seen and heard in various events at the CU Boulder Campus April 7-11. All events are free and open to the public.

The 66th Conference on World Affairs will be held April 7-11, 2014 (Monday 9:00 - Friday 6:00) at various venues on the University of Colorado's Boulder campus.  All events are free and open to the public.

Detailed information about the program and participants for the 66th Conference on World Affairs can be found via:

The CWA Web site   or   A softcopy of the printed program

See page 9 of the printed program or here for parking and transportation information, pp. 12-26 or here for the week's schedule, and pp. 28-57 or here for participant bios.

Fifteen of this year’s participants have Harvard connections.  A click on a name below will take you to the on-line biography, from which you can view a list of the panels that the participant will be on.

Margot Adler – New York City Correspondent, National Public Radio – Nieman Fellow '82

Stuart Butler – Director, Heritage Foundation Center for Policy Innovation, Washington – IOP Fellow '02

Roger Ferguson – President and Chief Executive Officer, TIAA-CREF Financial Services, Latham, New York City – AB '73 (Dunster), MA '78 (Economics), JD '79, PhD '81 (Economics)

Dan Gillmor – Professor, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Arizona State University, Phoenix – MA '75 (East Asian Studies), PhD '81 (Sociology)

Tom Gold – Professor of Sociology, University of California, Berkeley – MA '75 (East Asian Studies), PhD '81 (Sociology)

Carrie Hessler-Radelet – Acting Director, Peace Corps, Washington – SPH MS '90

Victoria "Tori" Hogan – Author, San Francisco – EdM '08

Mary Hughes – Political Strategist, Palo Alto – KSG EE '83

Shadia Marhaban – Acehnese journalist, activist, mediator, post-conflict development consultant, and proponent of female participation in peace and security efforts – FAS International Affairs Fellow '12

Jeanne Marrazzo – Professor of Medicine, Infectious Diseases, University of Washington, Seattle – AB '84 (Adams)

Terrence McNally – Radio Host, Pacifica/Progressive Voices; Consultant, McNally:MessageMatters, Los Angeles – Col '69 (Dunster)

Tina Packer – Founding Artistic Director, Shakespeare & Company, Lenox, Massachusetts – Radcliffe Institute Bunting Fellow '95

Stuart Schoffman – Writer, Jerusalem – AB '69 (Dunster)

Michelle Thaller – Assistant Director of Science, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland – AB '92 (Lowell)

Jim Walsh – Research Associate, MIT Security Studies Program, Cambridge – Former Executive Director of the Managing the Atom project, Belfer Center, KSG