USD Grad and Former WSJ Writer to Visit Campus
Paul Glader’s free presentation at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 6, in Old Main’s Farber Hall is entitled, “The Power of Great Groups: The Secret Recipe Behind Silicon Valley and Many Other Success Phenomena in North America and Everywhere Else.”
He is a professor of journalism and entrepreneurship at The King’s College in New York, where he also directs the McCandlish Phillips Journalism Institute. He also serves as executive director and a board member ex officio of The Media Project, a non-profit network that provides professional development and training for international journalists.
Glader spent 10 years as a staff writer at The Wall Street Journal and has written for numerous publications, including The New York Times, Washington Post and Bloomberg BusinessWeek.
He received a B.A. in political science at the University of South Dakota and an M.S. from Columbia University in New York as a Knight-Bagehot Fellow at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism and Graduate School of Business in 2007-2008. He is currently an executive MBA candidate at the Berlin School of Creative Leadership at Steinbeis University in Germany, where he also serves as a media scholar.
Glader’s speech is sponsored by the W. O. Farber Center for Civic Leadership, the College of Arts & Sciences and the Political Science League.
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