Carol Hoffmann Collins Global Scholars-in-Residence

A necessary condition for global citizenship is an understanding of critical international issues from cross-cultural and cross-national perspectives. One way through which the McCulloch Center for Global Initiatives fosters such understanding is by hosting the Carol Hoffmann Collins Global Scholars-in-Residence who engages the community in dialogue on important global issues in a variety of settings, from lectures to classes to informal gatherings.

Olga Speranskaya

Olga Speranskaya (Fall 2013)

Public Lecture: Toxic-Free Future: Health and Environmental Justice for Chemical Safety

Constanze Stelzenmüller

Constanze Stelzenmüller (Fall 2012)

Senior Transatlantic Fellow with the German Marshall Fund, Berlin

Focus: the future of Europe

Kishore Mahbubani

Kishore Mahbubani (Fall 2011)

Dean and professor of public policy, National University of Singapore

Focus: the rise of Asia and global governance

Peter Rosset

Peter Rosset (Fall 2010)

Co-coordinator, Via Campesina; associate, Global Alternatives; researcher, Center for the Study of Rural Change in Mexico

Focus: the global food crisis, food security, and food sovereignty

Asma Jahangir

Asma Jahangir (Fall 2009)

Human rights lawyer and activist from Pakistan

Focus: Pakistan-U.S. relations and human rights in Pakistan

Kavita Ramdas

Kavita Ramdas (Fall 2008)

Former CEO, Global Fund for Women

Focus: Human rights for women around the world

Guy Standing

Guy Standing (Fall 2006)

Former director, Socio-Economic Security Programme, International Labour Organization

Focus: Labor and the challenges of globalization

Gro Brundtland

Gro Brundtland (Fall 2005)

Former president of Norway; former director general, World Health Organization

Focus: Global health and development

Rami Khouri

Rami Khouri (Fall 2004)

Executive director, Daily Star, Lebanon

Focus: Iraq and the wider American dilemma in the Middle East