Polytechnique Alumni in DC are inviting us to a dinner with Bertrand Badré ('91), Managing Director and World Bank Group Chief Financial Office.
March 19th, 2015
Details to book tickets are included below.
Le jeudi 19 mars, nous organisons un diner-débat avec Bertrand Badré, directeur général et directeur financier de la Banque Mondiale, sur le thème “A New World Bank Group for a New World”.
C'est l'occasion de rencontrer un dirigeant exceptionnel d’une institution mondiale en pleine transition.
Dans la continuité des dîners précédents avec Alex Laskey et Ana Palacio, ce dîner-débat sera “off the record”. Les places sont limitées, réservez bien à l'avance.
Détails et inscription sur le site web:
We are looking for a small group of volunteers (Alumni or exchange students) to attend
An evening at the French Lycee Rochambeau
on April, 2 2015
from 5.30 to 7 pm
9600 Forest Road, Bethesda - MD 20814
Every week, the Lycée organizes a “Club de sciences politiques”.
On April 2, students will be tasked to address a question “à la Sciences Po”. Volunteers will help students think through the case study and provide feedback. This is a great chance to meet students and give them an idea of what it is to study at Sciences Po.
Foreign policy magazine ranks Sciences Po graduate educational offering in the top master's programs for policy careers in International relations
Link to the article
Annual General Meeting - 2015
On February 2nd, at he French Consulate in New York, The Association of Sciences Po Alumni, Inc. held its annual General Meeting. The Powerpoint presentation showed at the Meeting could be found here.
Anne Scattolin, representing Sciences Po Paris spoke about our flourishing cooperation while Michel Perez, President, explained current and future activities and Amelie Dubois, Treasurer, presented the financial situation of the Association. All motions, including the financial report, the report on activities and the list of Directors to be elected, were approved.
After the formal part of the Meeeting, alumni and guests were treated to a conference by best selling author and social activist Kati Marton who was introduced by Bertrand Lortholary, Consul General and Honorary President of the Association. Kati, who graduated from Sciences Po Paris in 1968, spoke eloquently about her ties to France and our alma mater, her carrer as a journalist and causes we all hold dear including the place of women in society, freedom of expression and the role of journalism and her new book which she will complete in the coming months while in Paris.
The evening concluded with a friendly reception where all could enjoy some French wines.
The US Sciences Po Foundation’s fourth Annual Gala was held in New York, led by keynote speaker Maurice Lévy, Chairman & CEO, Publicis Groupe. The Annual Benefit Dinner supported the Foundation's work to provide access to a Sciences Po education to students whose talent and promise exceed their financial resources and celebrates the accomplishment of individuals whose body of work exemplify Sciences Po's very special place in the world of higher education in France.
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