The Sié Chéou-Kang Center hosts many events each academic year, bringing together leading scholars, public officials and policy experts with students and the general public.
Denver Dialogues on Peace and Security
This series of events, funded by the Carnegie Corporation, is designed to create a public dialogue among academic and policy authorities on issues related to twenty-first century challenges to global peace and security, with a particular focus on nonviolent action in violent contexts. Read More >>
Sié Research Seminar Series
Join the Sié Center for the next meeting of its Research Seminar Series, a forum for discussion among PhD students, faculty and researchers on works-in-progress with innovative researchers from other institutions. Learn More >>
The Sié Center seeks to bridge the academia-policy gap by hosting talks for students and the general public by practitioners in the field of international security. Videos of many of these talks are available for later viewing. Learn More >>
The Sié Center regularly convenes researchers, practitioners, and policy makers to discuss rigorous and innovative approaches to a wide range of 21st century security challenges. Many workshop reports are available to the public. Learn More >>