Created in 2009, The S.T. Lee Endowed Lecture series offers unique opportunities for students at Washington University to learn about issues of global leadership from today’s world leaders.
The series has been made possible by a generous gift from Dr. Seng Tee Lee, through his establishment of The S.T. Lee Endowed Lecture Fund to the McDonnell International Scholars Academy, and it hosts distinguished guest speakers in business, academia, government, and the nonprofit sector from around the world.
S.T. LEE LECTURE SPEAKERS
- Kishore Mahbubani | Distinguished Fellow, Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore
Has China Won?
- Dr. Atsushi Seike | President and Professor of Labor, Economics, Keio University
Towards a Life-long Active Society and the Role of Universities
- Mr. Ram Madhav | Managing National General Secretary, BJP Director, India Foundation India and China: Uneasy Neighbors
- Mr. William J. Antholis | Managing Director, The Brookings Institution Senior Fellow, Governance Studies
Power Paradox–Seizing Power to Give it Away in China and India
- Her Excellency Nirupama Rao | The Ambassador of India to the United States
- Professor Yuliang Yang | President, Fudan University
Understanding and Communication – The Responsibility of Universities in Humanities and Social Sciences Education
- Professor Sung-Joo Han | President Emeritus, Korea University
North Korea after Kim Jong-il
- Professor Dinli Shen | Executive Dean, Fudan University
Geopolitical Realities and Economic Opportunities in Today’s China