Public Programs And Events

Henry Cohen Lecture Series

Henry Cohen Lecture Series

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The Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy launched the Henry Cohen Lecture Series as a forum to highlight issues surrounding economic and social equality. This series looks to address and examine how policy efforts manifest over time as political and social environments change.

The series is named after Henry Cohen, the founding dean of the Milano School, who served in that position from 1965 through 1983.

This semester's series includes the following guest speakers:

 

Join these high profile speakers as they delve into various issues regarding inequality and inclusion!

The Henry Cohen Lecture Series is sponsored by the Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy, and the Center for New York City Affairs.

 



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