Asia Society Texas Center launched its sixth year of the Bank of America Women's Leadership Series with an inspiring discussion with author and activist Helen Zia and Prairie View A&M University president Ruth Simmons.
In conversation with Laura Arnold, co-chair of Arnold Ventures, Khan Academy founder and CEO Sal Khan discussed the inequities of virtual learning before and during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the future of online education.
Developed for Government, U.S. History, and Political Science educators at the secondary and university levels, these resources are designed to establish student understandings of U.S.–Asia relations under the Donald Trump administration.
The Center for Strategic and International Studies' Dr. Victor Cha and Georgetown University School of Foreign Service's Dr. Evan S. Medeiros discussed the potential impacts of the 2020 U.S. presidential election on U.S.–Asia relations.
Houston Methodist's Dr. Marc Boom returned to discuss the state of the coronavirus in the fall, the status of testing, and hopes around treatments and vaccines, five months after his first appearance with Asia Society in April.
Rosemary Gibson, senior advisor at the Hastings Center, spoke on the short- and long-term concerns of U.S. dependency on China for critical drug ingredients, the state of the global medical supply chain, and the impacts of COVID-19.