Joshua W. Walker, the Transatlantic Fellow with the German Marshall Fund of the United States, will visit Campbell University’s main campus March 20-21, 2017. Walker is also a visiting faculty member at George Mason University lecturing on “Leadership and the American Faculty.”
Walker will visit with students and faculty, as well as give a lecture on leadership that is open to the public. He will also engage in a public conversation with Campbell University President J. Bradley Creed on global Christianity and how it affects global education.
Walker earned his doctor of philosophy in politics and public policy from Princeton University and his master’s degree in international relations from Yale University. His areas of expertise include U.S. foreign & security policy, leadership analysis, Asian security, Middle East security, Japan, and Turkey.
Monday, March 20
- Leadership and Life Lessons – Lunch with students
- Leadership in Uncertain International Times – Public Lecture
Lynch Auditorium, Lundy-Fetterman School of Business | 7 p.m.
Tuesday, March 21
- Public Conversation with Dr. Creed on Global Christianity/Global Education
Butler Chapel | 7 p.m.
Photo courtesy of the German Marshall Fund of the United States