Online Seminars

We strive to be a premier knowledge club in Rotary by using our professional skills in our service work and creating learning opportunities for our members, other Rotarians, and people of goodwill around the world. 

Our program of online seminars contributes to that objective by enabling you to learn from global experts in their field. You are welcome to attend seminars online, typically on the first and third Tuesdays of the month at 12:30 PM EST, but if you are not a member of our club, we need you to register for each seminar you would like to attend. To register, first download our program of seminars and select the seminars you would like to register for. Then use the link for registration below. After registration, we will send you a link for streaming a few days before each seminar. 


Download our Program of Seminars for March-December 2020

If you have any questions, please contact one of our two club secretaries (see our club board here), or contact us:

Due to the coronavirus, our bi-weekly seminars are currently held only online. If you are not a member of our club and would like to attend one or more seminars, please register for the seminars you would like to attend using the form below at least one day in advance.  Please register only for seminars you will attend as the number of participants is capped at 100.

Online Seminars Registration Form

To attend any of our meetings in person or our Online Seminars please register:

Fighting HIV-AIDS In The Mena Region
Tue, Jun 16
Online meeting
Jun 16, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM EDT
Online meeting
Amy Kay is a Senior Technical Advisor with USAID's Health Policy Initiative/CEDPA (Centre for Development and Population Activities). She will present on the challenge of fighting HIV-AIDS in the Middle East and North Africa region and policy options to do so.
Reproductive Health Country Strategies
Tue, Jul 07
Online meeting
Jul 07, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM EDT
Online meeting
John Townsend, is Director of Country Strategy at the Population Council. He will talk about country strategies in the areas of sexual and reproductive heath, population, and development.
Behavioral Economics 101 Training
Tue, Jul 21
Online meeting
Jul 21, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM EDT
Online meeting
Laura B. Rawlings is a Lead Economist with the Human Capital Project at the World Bank. She will talk about how recent advances in behavioral economics can help for designing better programs and policies using case studies among others from social protection and labor markets.

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In-Person and E Meetings every first and third Tuesday of every month.

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