Join UNA-USA and Seton Hall University’s School of Diplomacy on July 9 from 12 to 2 PM for a unique double feature webinar event designed to bring your UN knowledge and understanding to the next level!
We’ll kick off the program with Building the Post-2015 Development Agenda, a presentation and discussion with Seton Hall University Associate Professor and Center for UN and Global Governance Studies Director Dr. Martin Edwards.
Stay tuned after the question and answer session for our second presentation, Understanding the UN and How it Works: A New Seton Hall Graduate Certificate Program.
Pictured Above: 2015 Seton Hall UN Summer Seminar
Building the Post-2015 Development Agenda
In September, leaders will meet at the UN to launch the new Sustainable Development Goals, which will form the focus of global policy making until 2030. These goals follow on the heels of the Millennium Development Goals, which are set to expire this year. The SDGs are incredibly ambitious, and they are a tremendous opportunity for citizens in the US to get involved.
Join Dr. Martin Edwards for an inside look how the post-2015 development agenda is being built. Dr. Edwards will recap the experience with the MDGs, discuss the proposed new goals, as well as the forthcoming talks in Addis Ababa regarding Financing for Development.
A frequent commentator on global events, Edwards has received numerous awards for his work as an advisor and a teacher. He is a recipient of the Salgo-Noren Teaching Award and the University Teacher of the Year, and he has been a university nominee for the Carnegie Foundation / CASE U.S. Professor of the Year.
Understanding the UN and How it Works: A New Seton Hall Graduate Certificate Program
Interested in gaining a better understanding of how the policy community utilizes and proposes to reform the UN? How about in-depth knowledge about UN operations? Join our Director of Graduate Admissions for a comprehensive overview of the UN Studies Graduate Certificate Program at Seton Hall’s School of Diplomacy and International Relations.
During this one-hour program, participants can expect to learn more about the School of Diplomacy’s:
- Strategic location and partnerships
- Current student profile
- Graduate Certificate in United Nations Studies
- Alumni network
- Admissions processes
- Scholarship and funding opportunities
All participants will be able to connect with other students on the call and ask our presenters questions.
At the conclusion of the webinar, attendees will receive a unique code for a $75 application fee waiver.