SFCC and Santa Fe Higher Education Center Hosts Fulbright Scholar Program Lecture

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SANTA FE, NM – Santa Fe Community College and the Santa Fe Higher Education Center hosts a Fulbright Scholar Program Lecture with visiting scholar Dr. Adam Kowalik from Poland 9 a.m. to noon, Friday, May 12 in room 159 at the Santa Fe Higher Education Center, 1950 Siringo Road. Dr. Kowalik’s lecture Modeling the business future: How to discover the future developments in the market is open to the public. To reserve a seat, contact Piér Quintana at pier.quintana@sfcc.edu or 505-428-1235. Please reserve your seat by Monday, May 8.

Dr. Adam Kowalki is currently a Fulbright Senior Visiting Scholar at the National Defense University in Washington, D.C. and his work focuses on using business wargaming. He is an experienced manager, instructor and consultant specializing in competitive strategy, market intelligence and knowledge management. He also chairs the post-graduate studies “Strategic, market, competitive intelligence” at Kozminski University in Warsaw, Poland.

This presentation is conducted through the Fulbright Scholar Program’s Outreach Lecturing Fund (OLF).

For more information, contact Piér Quintana at pier.quintana@sfcc.edu or 505-428-1235.


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