Drive the research, policy, public convening, and outreach agendas of the Future of the Global Order: Power, Technology, and Governance theme, in coordination with the faculty directors, including producing written outputs (reports, white papers, blog posts, opinion pieces); planning and executing several colloquia, workshops, lectures, etc. annually; and leveraging the work of theme through strategic communications. The Program Manager will utilize her/his expertise and networks in the Global Order subject area to identify prospective Visiting Fellows and Scholars and to manage the related outreach, visit planning, and output of the Fellows and Scholars. Produce presentation materials, as needed. Participate in the grant writing process for thematic area, as needed. Develop and implement graduate student programming and coordinate postdoctoral program. Coordinate related programs with the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement.
Internal Number: 41618
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