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Listen to Professor Peter Kuznick speaking about the US in the 1930’s and 1940’s on the platform of The McGill International Review (MIR)

Mathieu Lavault, from the MIR, interviwed our faculty member Professor Peter Kuznick about the US in the 1930’s and 1940’s – a period which is often overlooked when recounting history. Professor Kuznick discusses Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Henry Wallace, Harry Truman, and how the dismantling of the New Deal transformed American Politics from WWII to now.

Access to the interview HERE.

Webinar: “Is now the right time to start a master’s degree?”, July 22nd. Limited seats available


  • Is Sept 2020 the right time to start a master’s program? 
  • How much more would I earn after obtaining my diploma? 
  • Are Ivy League programs worth the cost and effort? 
  • How much is the cost of tuition in the US, Europe? 
  • 3 sites that provide unbiased comparative information about universities 
  • The Founders/CEOs at Google, Pepsi , Intel, Microsoft and 50 other Fortune 500 companies were born abroad. Why Education is the most effective way for global mobility 
  • EU travel restriction waiver for students 
 For students who worked and/or are currently working: 
  • 2020, the year when all travel requirements are waived
  • Why companies offer tuition reimbursement
  • How much more companies pay for graduates
July 22nd, 2020     12 pm      New York time 
Register here (limited seats available)

WEBINAR/OPEN LECTURE: ‘Global impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic’ Wednesday, May 6th, 2020 / 17:30 CET / Salamanca.


Specialization in Science, Technology, and Innovation



‘Global impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic’

Wednesday, May 6th, 2020 / 17:30 CET / Salamanca

Join Zoom Meeting:

The international impact caused by COVID-19 is unprecedented, due to the high number of deaths and the number of people infected worldwide, as well as the negative effect that this pandemic has generated at a geoeconomic and geopolitical level. In this open lecture, we will hear analysis about the evolution and the global impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, from two top experts: Dr.Daniel Lopez-Acuña and Prof. Dr.Stuart Blume. Their analysis will be based on WHO’s current and previous experience in managing pandemics and international health emergencies and on the development of vaccines to prevent and overcome global health problems.

17:30-17:45 CET

Ø  Presentation

Ø  Moderators: María Ángeles Erazo Pesántez (Professor of the course on Environment, Energy and Health, USAL), and Francisco Del Canto Viterale (Head of the “Science, Tech & Innovation specialization”, USAL).

17:45 -18:00 CET

Ø  Interview with Dr. Daniel Lopez Acuña (Former Director of WHO’s Health Action in Crises Recovery and Transition Programmes) regarding the international management of this pandemic, based on his experience working at WHO and at the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO).

18:00 -19:00 CET

Ø  Lecture by Prof. Dr. Stuart Blume (Emeritus professor of Science and Technology Studies at the University of Amsterdam) on vaccines as means and ends in global health. Analysis of the historical background related to the development and introduction of new vaccines, to prevent the spread of epidemics or to overcome health emergencies, such as the COVID-19 pandemic.

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