UMN's Menning joins Salzburg Seminar on "Life & Justice in America," awarded McKnight Fellowship for 2017

Brianna Menning, former Humphrey School staff member and Program and
Communications Manager, Institute for Advanced Study, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA participated in the 2017 Salzburg Global Seminar “Life and Justice in America: Implications of the New Administration,”convened at Schloss Leopoldskron in Austria.

Ms. Menning was awarded a McKnight Fellowship, administered by the Humphrey School of Public Affairs International Fellows and Scholars Program (contact Sherry Gray, grayx260@umn.edu, for more information) enabling her to attend the session free of charge.               

The mission of Salzburg Global Seminar is to challenge current and future leaders to shape a better world.

Salzburg Global Seminar is an independent non-profit organization founded in 1947. Our multi-year programs aim to bridge divides, transform systems and expand collaborations.

Salzburg Global convenes outstanding talent across generations, cultures and sectors to inspire new thinking and action, and to connect local innovators with global resources. We foster lasting networks and partnerships for creative, just and sustainable change.

Over 36,000 Fellows from more than 170 countries have come together through our work, with many rising to senior leadership positions. Our historic home at Schloss Leopoldskron in Salzburg, Austria – now also an award-winning hotel – allows us to welcome all participants in conditions of trust and openness.
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