What it Means to Be an American. With David Rubenstein, Eileen Chow, Tommy Sowers, Hardy Vieux. Duke Alumni Lifelong Learning. November 6, 2020

Instructional Course, Workshop, or Symposium

Recorded October 20, 2020 What does it mean to be an American? For many, this question is perhaps more difficult to answer than ever before. In this signature fall event that can only be described as distinctly Duke, our alumni and faculty panelists will share their unique perspectives, and hopefully provide a much needed moment of reflection for Duke alumni. Moderator: David Rubenstein '70, P'15 - Founder and Co-Executive Chairman of The Carlyle Group; Duke University Trustee Emeritus Panelists: Eileen Chow - Visiting Associate Professor of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, Trinity College of Arts & Sciences Tommy Sowers '98 - Adjunct Assistant Professor in Duke Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Trinity College of Arts & Sciences Hardy Vieux '93 - Vice President, Legal, Human Rights First

Service Performed By

  • Chow, Eileen C  Associate Professor of the Practice of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

Date

  • November 6, 2020

Service or Event Name

  • With David Rubenstein, Eileen Chow, Tommy Sowers, Hardy Vieux

Host Organization

  • Duke Alumni Lifelong Learning

Location or Venue

  • Duke University (zoom panel)