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Shared Values During Challenging Times

Next week, DU Chancellor Rebecca Chopp will conclude her national Leadership Insights Tour, on which she and other members of the DU community are connecting with alumni on current issues facing our country. The final stop is on Wednesday, March 29, at the University of Denver. The session will feature alumnus and retired Army Gen. George Casey Jr. and Christopher Hill, dean of the Josef Korbel School of International Studies. Their discussion is titled “Finding Shared Values During Challenging Times.”

The five previous stops in the Leadership Insights series have been in Atlanta, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, D.C., and New York City. Each visit has included a notable alumnus or alumna and a discussion about his or her success, as well as a current DU dean who can provide expertise on the topic. Alumni who have participated in the series are: Carol Tomé, Home Depot CFO; Devin Dillon, interim superintendent of the Oakland Unified School District; Ted Souder, head of industry – retail at Google; Madeleine Albright, former secretary of state; and Andrew Rosenthal, former editorial page editor of The New York Times.

Alumni interested in attending have until Friday, March 24, to register before the event opens to the general community. For more information, please click here.

To read more about the Leadership Insight Tour stop in Atlanta with Carol Tomé, please click here.