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Dr. Charles Curry-Smithson

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Graduate Faculty

Phone: (802) ***-****  HQ Phone
School for International Training
165 Kipling Road
Brattleboro, Vermont 05301
United States

Company Description: The School for International Training's CONTACT program - Conflict Transformation Across Cultures - is a professional development program designed to strengthen and...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Associate Dean
    School for International Training / SIT Graduate Institute
  • Associate Dean and Program Director In the Department
    Leadership Management

Education

  • doctorate , human and organizational systems
6 Total References
Web References
FILM ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND IMF POLICIES
www.windhamworldaffairs.org, 13 Mar 2006 [cached]
Charles Curry-Smithson will lead this discussion. Curry-Smithson is an Associate Dean and Program Director in the Department of Intercultural Service and Leadership Management at the School for International Training. Dr. Curry-Smithson holds a doctorate in human and organizational systems. A member of the SIT faculty since 1989, he teaches courses in Social Change, Leadership, and Organization, and International Policy and Citizen Advocacy. He has worked in several countries, with several NGOs, and in government prior to teaching at SIT. His professional interests include the social, economic, and political dimensions of development and the managerial capacity of civil society organizations to effect positive change.
The Human Rights Video Project is sponsored by the Brooks Memorial Library and theThe Windham World Affairs Council and is dedicated to increasing the public,s awareness of human rights issues throught he medium of documentary films. It was made possible with generous grants from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and the Ford Foundation.
Brattleboro Reformer - Entertainment
www.reformer.com [cached]
Charles Curry-Smithson, a dean at the School for International Training, will lead a discussion on the film.Curry-Smithson holds a doctorate in human and organizational systems.A member of the SIT faculty since 1989, he teaches courses in social change, leadership and organization and international policy and citizen advocacy.
The Human Rights Video Project is sponsored by the Brooks Memorial Library and The Windham World Affairs Council and is dedicated to increasing the public's awareness of human rights issues through the medium of documentary films.It was made possible with grants from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and the Ford Foundation.
Wallace Human Rights Video Series
www.windhamworldaffairs.org, 13 Mar 2006 [cached]
Wednesday, January 26, 2005- Press Release, 7:00 PM, Charles Curry-Smithson of the School for International Training, will lead participants in a discussion of the video, Life + debt. c2003, which explores the effect of the International Monetary Fundountries through Jamaica#180s experience with the organization.
WindhamSpeaks - your local news & commentary source
www.windhamspeaks.com, 17 May 2004 [cached]
Charles Curry-Smithson will lead this discussion.Curry-Smithson is an Associate Dean and Program Director in the Department of Intercultural Service and Leadership Management at the School for International Training.Dr. Curry-Smithson holds a doctorate in human and organizational systems.A member of the SIT faculty since 1989, he teaches courses in Social Change, Leadership, and Organization, and International Policy and Citizen Advocacy.He has worked in several countries, with several NGOs, and in government prior to teaching at SIT.His professional interests include the social, economic, and political dimensions of development and the managerial capacity of civil society organizations to effect positive change.
The Human Rights Video Project is sponsored by the Brooks Memorial Library and theThe Windham World Affairs Council and is dedicated to increasing the public's awareness of human rights issues throught he medium of documentary films.It was made possible with generous grants from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and the Ford Foundation.
Charles ...
www.worldlearning.org, 2 Sept 2010 [cached]
Charles Curry-Smithson 802-258-3175
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