In the second event in The Atlantic's View from the Top Series, Michael K. Young, President of the University of Washington, and Alexis Madrigal, Senior Editor at The Atlantic, will sit down for a candid one-on-one interview, discussing the route to success.
The Atlantic and the MAC Aids Fund present a Digital Town Hall convening experts from around the world for honest conversation to galvanize a complacent American public and corporate establishment to pay attention to AIDS.
The event will bring together 300 global city leaders-more than 30 mayors, plus urban theorists, city planners, scholars, architects, and artists-for a series of conversations about urban ideas that are shaping the world's metro centers.
The Atlantic will host a series of panels and interviews featuring top infrastructure experts, policymakers, and industry leaders to identify the key challenges and opportunities as we work to equip our infrastructure to withstand the challenges to the 21st century.
Featuring interviews and panels with industry leaders, top government officials and economic experts, the program will cover topics ranging from the impact of technology on industry to workforce development and competitiveness abroad.
A partnership between The Atlantic, the Aspen Institute, and the Newseum, and now in its fourth year, the Washington Ideas Forum has developed a distinct reputation for fostering creative thinking about critical issues by some of the most newsworthy figures of our day.
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