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Welcome to the Science Summit at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA77)

Please Register by clicking HERE

Registration is free of charge. You can register yourself and also other colleagues (up to 10 people).

After you have registered, you will receive two emails: one from Eventbrite with your ticket, and 15 min later, one from SCHED inviting you to create your username and password (these will be your  SCHED login details to access the conference each time).

Once you have your SCHED login details, you can select the session(s) you would like to attend and be able to see the ZOOM link to join your selected sessions.

All times in the AGENDA are New York Local (Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)). To view times in another time zone, please use the "Timezone" box located below on the right.

avatar for Graham Carr

Graham Carr

Concordia University
President & Vice Chancellor
Graham Carr is President and Vice-Chancellor of Concordia University. Ranked as the
top North American University under 50 years old, Concordia’s two Montreal campuses
are home to 50,000 students from more than 150 countries.

Graham’s previous leadership positions at Concordia include Provost and Vice-
President, Academic Affairs; Vice-President, Research and Graduate Studies; and
Dean of Graduate Studies.

Born in Quebec, Graham earned his Ph.D. from the University of Maine and is a
Professor in the Department of History. His research focuses on Cold War cultural
history.

Graham is a member of the Research Committee of Universities Canada and sits on the
Steering Committee of Montreal Climate Partnership (Partenariat Climat Montréal). He
currently serves on the Board of U SPORTS, the national brand for university sports in
Canada. He previously served on the Board of Directors of Centraide (United Way) of
Greater Montreal, the board of the Leadership Council for Digital Infrastructure, as
President of the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences, as chair
of the Canada-US Fulbright selection committee, and for many years on the National
Capital Commission’s Advisory Committee for Communications, Marketing and
Programming.