(Postponed) Many Minds and Many Models: The Value of Diversity in a Complex World

Due to Notre Dame’s decision to move all courses online until April 13, “Many Minds and Many Models: The Value of Diversity in a Complex World” has been postponed. We will share more information on rescheduling at a later date.

Our most pressing global challenges—creating sustainable development, reducing poverty, promoting peace, advancing human rights, and building alliances—can be characterized as complex systems. These systems involve diverse actors with multiple goals, yet human flourishing requires a collective intelligence that is tuned to our common goals. How can diversity—differences in how we see, experience, and model the world—enhance our ability to address the complex challenges facing humankind?

Join us at the inaugural Dean’s Distinguished Lecture presented by the Keough School of Global Affairs and featuring award-winning author and global influencer Scott E. Page.


Scott Page

John Seely Brown Distinguished University Professor, The University of Michigan; Williamson Family Professor of Management, Ross School of Business