Resilient Cities – Join us for a conversation with Judith Rodin

UC SAN DIEGO

Helen Edison Lecture Series

Join us for a conversation with Judith Rodin

Former President, The Rockefeller Foundation and University of Pennsylvania, Judith Rodin, the first woman to lead an Ivy League institution and the first female president of The Rockefeller Foundation, is known for being a pioneer, innovator, change-maker and global thought leader. Under her presidency, The Rockefeller Foundation invested more than half a billion dollars and leveraged billions more in the creation of urban resilience-building strategies in cities around the globe. She has spent her career examining how universities can be key drivers in building cities that foster both equity and excellence. Rodin will share her insights and ideas on how cities and universities can work together to build a strong and inclusive future in a conversation with Steve Clemons, editor-at-large at The Atlantic.

The Central Library in Downtown San Diego is located
at 330 Park Blvd. Parking and walking entrance are at
the corner of 11th Avenue and K Street.

Where:
The Central Library in Downtown San Diego
330 Park Blvd
San Diego, CA 92114

When:
Monday, October 2, 2017 at 5:30 PM
2 hours parking with validation.

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