Matthew Nimetz LLB 1965 is a US diplomat and was the UN Special Representative who successfully mediated the Macedonian naming dispute between Greece and North Macedonia (previously known as the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia). In addition to his diplomatic work, Nimetz also practiced corporate law at a major New York law firm and later served as COO of a global private equity firm. During the presentation, Nimetz will briefly describe the dispute and how it was successfully resolved, and then engage in a dialogue with students.
Fractal geometry has been proved useful in medicine, economics, art and a wide range of disciplines. However, the study of fractal geometry in higher education remains limited mainly to math students. Following the spirit of fractals’ early pioneers, we show that fractal geometry can be accessible to everyone if the right approaches are used.
Note: participants are encouraged to bring a couple of paper sheets and a ruler.
The partnerships of the European Union (EU) with Turkey and China are among the most consequential, challenging, and complex external partnerships for the EU. They are ridden by many of the thorniest issues ranging from immigration, security, and human rights, to trade, economics, and technical standardization. Tackling these issues is complicated by the overlay of geopolitical competition.
This will be a virtual event via Zoom (Times are Barcelona CET local time)
Join for a unique opportunity to hear straight from HBS alumni regarding their MBA experience. The HBS Club of Barcelona will host this virtual event and feature alumni who will share their background and talk about how they cultivated their personal and professional interests while at HBS. Come ready with questions!
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