2007 Visitors

 

The US Studies Centre hosts visitors from the highest levels of government, media, think tanks and universities. Visitors to the Centre have included former Australian Prime Ministers, senior American government officials and numerous academics from universities including Columbia, Harvard, Princeton, Stanford and Yale universities and the University of California Berkeley.

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Centre visitors in 2007:

 


 

Professor Michael Nacht

Dean of the Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California Berkeley


Michael Nacht is Aaron Wildavsky Dean Emeritus and Professor of Public Policy in the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley. He was the keynote speaker at the US Stu… more


Professor William Chafe

Former Dean of Arts and Sciences, Duke University


William Chafe is the Alice Mary Baldwin Professor of History at Duke University, USA. He was special guest speaker at the US Studies Centre's National Summit in 2007 and visited the Centre again in 20… more


Professor Anne-Marie Slaughter

Dean of the Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University


Anne-Marie Slaughter is Dean of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and the Bert G. Kerstetter '66 University Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Princeton Uni… more


Professor Richard Vietor

Heinz Professor of Environmental Management, Harvard Business School


Professor Vietor is the Senator John Heinz Professor of Environmental Management at the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration and Senior Associate for the Asian Initiative. He was special… more


Harriet Mayor Fulbright

President, Fulbright Center


Harriet Mayor Fulbright spoke at the University of Sydney in late 2007 about the role of arts and humanities in building international understanding.… more


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