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“Reflections on Leadership for Social Change”

The Inauguration of Jim Yong Kim as the 17th president of Dartmouth kicks off with a panel discussion on leadership and social change. Carol Folt, the Dartmouth Professor of Biological Sciences and dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, will deliver a welcome. President Kim will introduce the panelists, and Sydney Finkelstein, the Steven Roth Professor of Management at the Tuck School of Business and a top authority on strategy and leadership, will moderate. Click here for updates on this and other Inauguration events.

Jim KimPresident Jim Yong Kim (Copyright © 2005 WHO/P.Virot

Sidney FSydney Finkelstein (Photo By Mark Washburn

Paul FarmerPaul Farmer (Courtesy Harvard News Office)

folt Carol Folt

Ed HaldemanEd Haldeman ’70

Porter
Michael Porter (Courtesy Harvard News Office)

Ruth Simmons
Ruth Simmons (Courtesy Brown University)

Jeff Immelt
Jeffrey Immelt ’78

Panelists:
• Paul Farmer
, co-founder, Partners in Health; the Maude and Lillian Presley Professor of Social Medicine, Harvard Medical School

• Ed Haldeman ’70, chair of the Dartmouth Board of Trustees; chief executive officer, Freddie Mac

• Jeffrey Immelt ’78, Dartmouth Trustee; chairman of the board and chief executive officer of GE

• Michael Porter, the Bishop William Lawrence University Professor, Harvard Business School

• Ruth Simmons, president of Brown University

Discussion: Monday, September 21, 4 p.m. • Hopkins Center, Spaulding Auditorium • 646-3749

The Inauguration of Jim Yong Kim, followed by a Community Celebration featuring international foods and student performers: Tuesday, September 22, 11 a.m.• 3 p.m. • the Green (rain location Leverone Field House) • 646-3749

Last Updated: 1/11/10