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Michigan Union Ticket Office (MUTO) pres.

Reflections on Foreign Policy: Defense, Diplomacy, and Development

Hillary Rodham Clinton

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Hillary Rodham Clinton
Weiser Diplomacy Center Launch Series

In conversation with Joan and Sanford Weill Dean Michael Barr.

Free and open to the public. TICKETS REQUIRED.

Update as of 10/10/19 at 8:30 am.
A limited number of tickets will be distributed onsite, and we will fill all empty seats in the auditorium starting at 2:50 pm. In addition, we’ve arranged for overflow livestream viewing on the 4th floor of Rackham Auditorium.
This event will be livestreamed (including into overfill space on the fourth floor of Rackham). Bookmark and visit this link before the event starts to view the stream: http://myumi.ch/dOzNK.

THE REDEMPTION OF A TICKET DOES NOT GUARANTEE A SEAT. Ticket holders are encouraged to arrive for entry at 2:00 p.m. when doors open. Remaining seats unclaimed by ticket holders will be given to the public starting 10 minutes prior to the scheduled start time of the event. Seat saving is not permitted. Tickets from third party vendors will not be accepted. Hard tickets from MUTO are the only tickets accepted at the event.

This event forms part of the series in celebration of the launch of the Weiser Diplomacy Center (WDC), housed in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy. WDC is a hub for practical training and policy dialogue on diplomacy and foreign affairs. WDC trains students for careers in international service, provides a meeting point for academics and practitioners, and serves as a bridge between U-M and the foreign policy community. WDC engages Professors of Practice and regular visiting practitioners and aims to be one of the country’s leading loci for the study of foreign affairs.

Hosted as part of the Conversations Across Difference Initiative.
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