Date & Time: March 3, 2022 3:00pm – 4:00pm
Location: Blodgett Hall, Room 201 & Virtual

This talk will focus on the following key questions: What comes after Omicron? What does the future hold in relation to vaccinations and interventions, the political appetite for restrictions, and prospects for a less disruptive, new normal in the world?

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Sponsored by the Levermore Global Scholars Program.

About the Speaker

Scott Rosenstein

Scott Rosenstein, LGS Research Fellow

Scott Rosenstein works at the intersection of public health research and practice. As the senior public health advisor at the Eurasia Group, Scott is incorporating forward-looking public health analysis into the firm’s geopolitical research. He is also an adjunct professor focusing on health emergencies at Bard College’s Globalization and International Affairs program and at Adelphi University, where he teaches in the International Studies program. Previously, Scott was a senior director at the Ikana Health Action Lab, head of research at the Rockefeller Foundation’s 100 Resilient Cities initiative, and research associate at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). He is a former term member at CFR as well as a co-founder of Restore Rockaway. Scott’s written work has appeared in numerous outlets including The New York Times and Washington Post, with media appearances that include Bloomberg, CNN, and CNBC. He holds Master of Public Health and Master of International Relations degrees, both from Yale University.

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