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Join a conversation on potential strategies for measuring, managing, and creating a plan to reduce MIT’s operational contribution to climate change. As we plan for a sustainable future campus, we consider: Where are we now? What informat...
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ABOUT SPEAKER: Dr. Sumaila is a lecturer from Ahmadu Bello University in Northern Nigeria. He is currently at MIT as a distinguished MIT-Empowering the Teachers fellow. Dr. Sumaila will share his experiences with Boko Haram from the per...
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(Filmed April 15, 2014) 2014 General Jimmy Doolittle Award Dinner On April 15, 2014, the James Doolittle Award was presented to General Janet C. Wolfenbarger, Commander, Air Force Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio...
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(Filmed 10/27/2014) Ambassador Robert L. Gallucci Distinguished Professor in the Practice of Diplomacy at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service “Nuclear Weapons: They're Back”
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(Filmed March 4, 2014) 2014 Ruina Nuclear Age Dinner The 2014 Ruina Nuclear Age dinner was held March 4, 2014. The keynote speaker was Professor Robert Jervis, Columbia University. His topic: "Why We Should Be Puzzled About Nuclear Wea...
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(Filmed April 23 2013) 2013 General Jimmy Doolittle Award Dinner On April 23, 2013, the James Doolittle Award was presented to Michael B. Donley, Secretary of the U.S. Air Force (ret.) Mr. Donley's acceptance speech was titled "Innovat...
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2013 Ruina Nuclear Age Dinner The 2013 Ruina Nuclear Age dinner was held February 25, 2013. The keynote speaker was Sir Lawrence Freedman, Vice Principal (Strategy & Development), King's College, London, UK. His topic: "Can the Nuclear ...
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