In the fast-changing world of science and technology, if you’re not innovating, you’re falling behind. To remain competitive in today’s globalized world, institutions of higher education must produce groundbreaking work and globally competitive graduates year after year. As one of the most innovative higher-education institutions in the world, the University of Washington does just that. Located in the heart of an international city that is a nexus for technology, global health, and innovation, the University of Washington is leading the fight in finding innovative solutions to address issues affecting greater Seattle and the world from global health challenges to homelessness, public transportation improvements, and more.
Join the World Affairs Council and the World Trade Center for a discussion with Dr. Ana Mari Cauce, President of the University of Washington, on how innovation in institutions of higher education fosters leaders who will tackle global challenges to population health.
Register now to join World Affairs Council and President and CEO Jacqueline Miller on a guided nine-day tour of Cuba, where we will gain political, economic and cultural insights into this rapidly changing island state. The trip will include travel to Havana, Trinidad Cienfuegos, and Vinales National Park, and the opportunity to exchange views with Cubans from all walks of life.