Author Allan E. Goodman – What has the exchange of students and teachers meant to Massachusetts, America, and the world?

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What has the exchange of students and teachers meant to Massachusetts, America, and the world?

Dr. Goodman speaks to the belief of President Kennedy that “learning without liberty is always in vain” and talks about the scholar rescue work of the Institute of International Education (IIE). Dr. Goodman is chief executive officer of the IIE. Available by Zoom.

Available in person and by Zoom. Includes coffee from Chez Antoine Café.

Admission is $5 for guests, or free with paid admission to the museum and free for members.

About Dr. Allan E. Goodman

Dr. Allan E. Goodman is the Chief Executive Officer of the Institute of International Education, which marked its Centennial in 2019. IIE promotes the exchange of scholars and students, rescues scholars, students, and artists from persecution, displacement, and crises, conducts research on international academic mobility, and administers the Fulbright program sponsored by the United States Department of States. The Institute collaborates with a wide range of corporate, government and foundation partners across the globe. 108 of its directors, grantees, and alumni of programs administered by IIE are recipients of Nobel Prizes.

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