News & Events
The Elenore and Robert F. Moran Sr. Center for Global Leadership was pleased to honor Rich Heintzelman ’81 VSB as the Center’s recipient for the Above and Beyond Service Recognition at our fall meeting.
The Moran Center for Global Leadership, in partnership with the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia, is pleased to welcome Janet Napolitano to Villanova University on Thursday, April 25 at 6:30 p.m. at the Inn at Villanova.
The Elenore and Robert F. Moran Sr. Center for Global Leadership (MCGL) is pleased to announce a Maymester opportunity in Sydney, Australia, which includes a special section of Global Political Economy with a focus on the Asia-Pacific region.
The Moran Center for Global Leadership co-sponsored the Global Interdependence Center conference on “The Roles of Higher Education in Competitiveness and Global Productivity” on October 9.
Susana Lacouture ’18 VSB was selected as one of Poets & Quants for Undergrads’ 2018 Best & Brightest Business Majors. Poets & Quants chose 100 students from around the nation who use their skills to impact business in creative ways and who are poised to be the future leaders of the business world.
On October 5, the Moran Center for Global Leadership once again hosted a series of panels on globalization for more than 550 Villanova School of Business first-year and transfer students enrolled in the foundational Business Dynamics course.
The Moran Center for Global Leadership celebrated International Education Week with a networking event for faculty, staff and students representing the rich and diverse Villanova University global network.
On November 27, the Moran Center, in conjunction with the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, presented a panel on “Trade Wars: Who Wins, Who Loses.”
MCGL Co-Faculty Director Michelle Casario, PhD, provided analysis and assessment on a range of global trade issues for local and national media outlets. She did several interviews on trade tensions between the US and China and the impact of tariffs on the US economy with CBS MoneyWatch and the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The Moran Center welcomed Gloria Angel as the inaugural program administrator in early November. She has been an international educator for nearly two decades and started her career at Temple University with International Student and Scholar Services.
On May 3, Villanova School of Business will host the second annual Research Insights Symposium on “The Future of Globalization.” The symposium will feature faculty presentations from Villanova and other universities on topics including global trade, governance, immigration, the environment, labor standards and others.