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  • LMU: President Timothy Snyder, Stefan Bradley, David Choi, & Kate Pickert on Innovation in Higher Ed

    On this livestream, Loyola Marymount President Timothy Law Snyder leads a conversation with faculty experts on diversity and inclusion, entrepreneurism and social good, and journalism, to share how LMU students and faculty members can use innovation and imagination to go beyond the classroom and make a difference in the world.

    Featured speakers:
    - LMU President Timothy Law Snyder, Ph.D. (moderator)
    - Stefan Bradley, Professor of African American Studies and Coordinator for Diversity/Inclusion Initiatives, Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts
    - David Choi, Director, Fred Kiesner Center for Entrepreneurship
    - Kate Pickert, Assistant Professor, English Journalism


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  • Politics in the Time of Coronavirus | Episode 17

    On this weekly livestream, Dan Schnur a politics professor at USC, UC Berkeley, and Pepperdine takes an analytical approach to the biggest headlines of the week and elevates the stories you may have missed. Dan connects the daily news to larger political trends and spends most of the time answering the live audiences' most pressing political questions. On this episode:
    1) When China Wins the 2020 Election
    2) Is Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez the Future of American Politics?
    3) The Morning Headlines: News From the Front Page

    Join our weekly livestream every Thursday at 11 am PST to make sense of politics in the time of Coronavirus.

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  • Business Ethics with Airbnb's Rob Chesnut, moderated by Heather Nevitt

    Corporate and business ethics have been tested by the pandemic and increasing calls for diversity and inclusion. This livestream hosts Rob Chesnut, former chief ethics officer and general counsel at Airbnb, and discusses how companies can lead with "intentional integrity." The conversation is moderated by Heather D. Nevitt, editor-in-chief of Corporate Counsel, Inside Counsel and Global Leaders in Law, a private network for general counsel at ALM Media.

    You can purchase Rob's new book “Intentional Integrity: How Smart Companies can Lead an Ethical Revolution” here: https://bookshop.org/books/intentional-integrity-how-smart-companies-can-lead-an-ethical-revolution/9781250239709
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  • Politics in the Time of Coronavirus | Episode 16

    On this weekly livestream, Dan Schnur a politics professor at USC, UC Berkeley, and Pepperdine takes an analytical approach to the biggest headlines of the week and elevates the stories you may have missed. Dan connects the daily news to larger political trends and spends most of the time answering the live audiences' most pressing political questions. On this episode:
    1) Congress and COVID-19 Relief: Why Partisanship is Stronger than the Pandemic
    2) What is a Learning Pod? And How Will it Change Public Education While Public Schools are Shutdown?
    3) The Morning Headlines: News From the Front Page

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  • A Conversation with U.S. Senator Tim Scott and Dan Schnur

    This livestream hosted United States Senator Tim Scott (R-SC). Senator Scott has been a leading Republican voice working to address race relations, civil rights, hate crimes, and police reform. He also sits on several committees at the forefront of the COVID-19 response, including the Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee and the Finance Committee, which handles the CARES Act. The discussion focuses on Senator Scott's recent efforts in the Senate to pass a police reform bill, and addresses the current landscape of bill negotiations. It also tackles the next phase of COVID relief to come through the Senate. The conversation is moderated by Dan Schnur, a Professor at the University of California – Berkeley, Pepperdine University, and the University of Southern California.

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  • Politics in the Time of Coronavirus | Episode 15

    On this weekly livestream, Dan Schnur a politics professor at USC, UC Berkeley, and Pepperdine takes an analytical approach to the biggest headlines of the week and elevates the stories you may have missed. Dan connects the daily news to larger political trends and spends most of the time answering the live audiences' most pressing political questions. On this episode:
    1) 100 Days Until the Election: A Campaign Overview
    2) Life in a Partisan Bubble: Why Are We So Polarized?
    3) The Morning Headlines: How the Pandemic is Impacting Communities of Color

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  • Reimagining Education Post COVID-19 with Nick Melvoin & Justin Pigeon

    COVID-19 has presented unique challenges to the education system. From remote learning to technology based teaching, this LAWACTH Young Professionals Livestream discusses the long-term consequences of a changing education environment. A further look at how inequality is affecting the new environment of education is examined. How can we use this experience to reform long standing issues in education? The conversation is lead by Justin Pigeon, Former Principal at Uncommon Schools; Nick Melvoin, LAUSD Board of Education Member for the 4th District; and moderated by Somya Munjal, Founder of Youthful Savings.

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  • Michael Shellenberger and Benjamin Preston on the Future of Environmental Activism

    This livestream on the future of climate activism features Michael Shellenberger, a leading energy, security and environmental expert named “Hero of the Environment” by Time magazine. While Shellenberger has been a lifelong environmental activist, he now argues that “climate alarmism” is distracting us from dealing with important environmental problems, including those that led to the current coronavirus pandemic. He posits, while climate change is real, it is not the end of the world nor even the biggest environmental challenge we face. The conversation is moderated by Benjamin Lee Preston, a senior policy researcher at the RAND Corporation and director of the Community Health and Environmental Policy program.

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  • Politics in the Time of Coronavirus | Episode 14

    On this weekly livestream, Dan Schnur a politics professor at USC, UC Berkeley, and Pepperdine takes an analytical approach to the biggest headlines of the week and elevates the stories you may have missed. Dan connects the daily news to larger political trends and spends most of the time answering the live audiences' most pressing political questions. On this episode:
    1) The “America First Campaign” — Isolationism on the Campaign Trail
    2) Are Race Relations in California Improving? New Poll Data Has Answers
    3) The Morning Headlines: How the Pandemic is Impacting Communities of Color

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  • A Bastille Day Discussion with William Drozdiak & Ambassador John Emerson

    This livestream discussion—aired July, 14th 2020—focuses on France, Emmanuel Macron, and Europe’s place in the world. The discussion is led by William Drozdiak senior fellow at The Brookings Institution’s Center on the United States and Europe and longtime foreign correspondent. John Emerson, Chairman of the American Council on Germany and former US Ambassador to Germany, moderates the conversation.

    You can purchase William Drozdiak’s book, "THE LAST PRESIDENT OF EUROPE: Emmanuel Macron's Race to Revive France and Save the World" HERE: https://bookshop.org/books/the-last-president-of-europe-emmanuel-macron-s-race-to-revive-france-and-save-the-world/9781541742567

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