The Citizenship Initiative
The Citizenship Initiative (CI) is an ambitious effort to qualitatively advance our ability to research and address issues of global governance and identity in different areas of the world including West Africa and the Middle East. CI has developed several tools to measure levels of tribalism and citizenship across countries. These tools allow users access to interactive maps where they can explore the implications of research results. In this continued research CI seeks to increase the understanding of religion, women’s status, and identity as it relates to areas of citizenship and global governance. The Citizenship Initiative sponsors seminars and speaker series’, conducts workshops and conferences, and supports interdisciplinary collaborations with other departments and faculty. Visit our website at www.citizenshipinitiative.org.
Designing and Delivering Executive Education
January 14, 2016
University of South Florida
Patel Center Room 134 8am-5pm
Instructor: Dr. Jackson Nickerson
Contact: Dr. Adib Farhadi firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty quickly learn—often too late—that executive education is a different animal. Students are adult participants who come to executive education with real world problems demanding new thinking and new solutions. Rather than coming with relatively naïve ideas, participants come with significant experience and more strongly held views, creating hurdles for the facilitator who must discover the participant's scaffolding upon which to build new knowledge as well as overcome prior thinking patterns. To make teaching even more difficult, executive education typically has a day long format, which creates attention challenges and must successfully confront the siren call of ongoing work challenges that can interrupt the program. These demands require an approach to program design and teaching that differ dramatically from that of undergraduates and young masters and Ph.D. Students.
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PBS Interview with Judy Woodruff
The Islamic State: On the ground in Iraq Derek Harvey on 60 Minutes, Sept 21, 2014
The threat of regional war Derek Harvey on 60 minutes, Sept 21, 2014
Is Obama right to rule out U.S. ground combat? Derek Harvey on PBS Newshour, Sept 17th, 2014
President Obama visit heightens security, hassles Karla Stevenson on ABC Action News, Sept 16th, 2014
Can U.S. mobilize regional allies to fight Islamic State? Derek Harvey on PBS Newshour, Sept 15th, 2014
USF Professor reacts to Obama's ISIS speech Derek Harvey on News Channel 8, Sept 10th, 2014
USF professor: Israel-Hamas cease-fire won't solve conflict Derek Harvey on Bay News 9, Aug 27th 2014
Does the current U.S. military intervention underestimate the Islamic State? Derek Harvey on PBS Newshour, Aug 8th, 2014
How Iran is pushing U.S. aside in IraqDerek Harvey on CNN Opinion, July 7th, 2014
Will ISIS target Jordan next?Derek Harvey on CNN, June 24th, 2014.
How ISIL capitalized on vulnerabilities of Iraq’s security forcesDerek Harvey on PBS News Hour, June 24, 2014.
The Lesson of the SurgeDerek Harvey in New American foundation, June 24, 2014.
Did the U.S. underestimate ISIS? Derek Harvey on The Situation Room, June 23, 2014.
In Iraq crisis, a familiar Washington chorus emerges: Why didn’t anyone see this coming? Derek Harvey in The Washington Post, June 19, 2014.
Selected work presented by faculty, affiliated faculty, and stafff of the Citizenship Initiative
Book Talk: Of Virgins and Martyrs
Zacharias Pieri: Commanding good and prohibiting evil in Contemporary Islam
Citizenship Initiative Article: Dancing in the Streets of Timbuktu
Broadening Political Islam Beyond Islam: Examples from the Arab Spring
December 4, 2013