Impact Symposium: "Dimensions of Peace and Conflict"
3/18/2013, 7:30 pm
Open to the Public
Location: Langford Auditorium (Google map of this location)
A conversation with former Sen. George Mitchell, who served as U.S. Special Envoy for Middle East Peace from 2009 to 2011 and as independent chairman of the Northern Ireland Peace Talks, moderated by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Maraniss.
Leymah Gbowee, winner of the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize, will speak on Tuesday, March 19. Both events are part of Vanderbilt’s 2013 Impact Symposium. The theme of this year’s symposium is “Dimensions of Peace and Conflict.” Both events are open to the public.
Tickets for the Impact Symposium go on sale Thursday, Feb. 21. Tickets are free to Vanderbilt students, faculty and staff. Two free tickets may be picked up with a Vanderbilt I.D. at the Sarratt Student Center box office.
Tickets for the general public are $10 at the Sarratt box office or any Ticketmaster outlet. Tickets also may be purchased a twww.ticketmaster.com. Non-Vanderbilt students with a college or university I.D. may purchase tickets for $5 at the Sarratt box office or any Ticketmaster outlet.
Note: Ehud Barak’s appearance at Vanderbilt’s 2013 Impact Symposium has been POSTPONED until Sunday, April 7. Barak will speak at 7 p.m. April 7 in Langford Auditorium. Patrons should retain their ticket stubs from the March 18 event to gain admittance to Barak’s lecture.
Now in its 49th year, Vanderbilt’s Impact Symposium is one of the oldest university lecture series of its caliber in the nation. The Vanderbilt University Speakers Committee, a student-run organization, hosts the event. For more information, visit the Vanderbilt Speakers Committee website.