The Nanovic Forum
The Nanovic Institute deepens Notre Dame’s rich tradition of connections to Europe by bringing prominent figures to campus in a wide range of fields to explore, discuss, and debate the most pressing questions about Europe today. Generously sponsored by Robert & Elizabeth Nanovic, the Forum invites its distinguished guests to interact with Notre Dame in ways they most wish, which can be surprising.
September 6, 2018 at 5:00 p.m.
Carey Auditorium, Hesburgh Library
Free and open to the public.
Janne Haaland Matláry (2018)
Former State Secretary of Norway’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Dr. Horst Koehler (2017)
Former President of the Federal Republic of Germany (2004-2010)
Science Bridging Cultures and Nations: Exploring the Early Universe
The Higgs-Boson, CERN and its Research Activities
Rolf-Dieter Heuer (2017)
Former Director-General of CERN
(European Organization for Nuclear Research)
My Approach to Biography
Film Introduction and Q&A session: Die abhandene Welt
(The Misplaced World)
Margarethe Von Trotta (2016)
Film Director (Germany)
Strategies of Life: How to Have Your Cake and Eat It Too
Yeltsin and Putin: My Personal Experience
Film Introduction and Q&A session: Foreign Body (2014)
Krzysztof Zanussi (2015)
Film Director (Poland)
Democratic Poland: 25 Years After the Fall of Communism
Hanna Suchocka (2014)
Former Prime Minister of Poland and
Former Ambassador of Poland to the Holy See
What is an Entrepreneurial University? A Case Study.
Wolfgang Herrmann (2013)
President of the Technical University of Munich (Germany)
Europe, America and the Changing World Order
Lord Patten of Barnes (2012)
Chancellor of the University of Oxford, Chair of the BBC Trust (United Kingdom)
The Whole is at Stake
Dr. Horst Koehler (2011)
Former President of the Federal Republic of Germany
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