Jan 19, 2012

NYU Wagner's Prof. Robertson Work Provides Global Service in 2011 and 2012

Robertson Work
In 2011, in addition to teaching at NYU Wagner, Prof. Robertson Work made a keynote presentation at the Building Creative Communities Conference in Colquitt, GA. As a Fulbright Senior Specialist he travelled to Kathmandu, Nepal, to develop a Master's curriculum on training and development with a Nepali university. Prof. Work assisted the UN Global Forum on Transformative Leadership by training forum facilitators in participatory methods, writing a background paper and making a keynote address at the global forum held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Finally, he facilitated four strategic planning workshops for the UN related to public administration country studies.

In 2012 Prof. Work will again teach "innovative leadership for human development" at NYU Wagner. In addition, he will lead an East-West Center regional seminar on democratic local governance held in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, with seven Asian nations participating. Prof. Work will assist the UN Global Forum on Local Governance and Citizen Involvement by preparing a background paper, training forum facilitators and making a keynote presentation at the global forum in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He has been invited as a Fulbright Senior Specialist to help strengthen a poverty reduction research institution in Islamabad, Pakistan. And finally, Prof. Work has been invited to give a keynote presentation at the ICAI global conference on human development held in Kathmandu, Nepal.

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