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Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy collection ➔ Urban Conversations: United States Mayors and Innovative Leadership

Physical Video


Related people/organizations

Robert J. Milano Graduate School of Management and Urban Policy (commissioner)
Fred P. Hochberg (speaker)
Michael Bloomberg (speaker)
Kay Barnes (speaker)
Tom J. Murphy (speaker)
Gavin Newsom (speaker)
George Stephanopoulos (speaker)
Andrew Kirtzman (speaker)
Douglas Rae (speaker)
Dorothy Samuels (speaker)
Darren Walker (speaker)
Mary Bryna Sanger (speaker)
Robert Kerrey (speaker)
Lawrence Douglas Wilder (speaker)
Edward Rendell (speaker)

Date

March 30 2005

Description

This event was sponsored by the Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy and featured a keynote by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and three panels of elected officials, academics, and policy experts on the topic of mayoral leadership. Milano Dean Fred P. Hochberg introduced each panel. The first recording includes an introduction by Hochberg and Bloomberg's keynote. The second recording is a panel conversation with mayors Kay Barnes, Tom Murphy, and Gavin Newsom moderated by George Stephanopolous. The third recording covers the panel moderated by Andrew Kirtzman featuring Bryna Sanger, Douglas Rae, Dorothy Samuels, and Darren Walker. The fourth and final recording is of a conversation with Doug Wilder and Ed Rendell moderated by New School President Bob Kerrey. Each panel ends with questions from the audience. This file has low video and audio quality because the original file was formatted for web streaming.

Inscription

1 Africa's Governance Gap 4/7/05 WPI / 2 Some observations on female sexuality 4/8/05, Grad. Faculty Dean's office / 3 U.S. mayors + Innovative Leadership 3/30/05 U. Communications

Related Terms

New School Institutional Collections

Language

English

Identifier

NS021001_2014NS23_D002

Use Restrictions

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