Humanitarian Institute CEO To Lecture At University of Sydney
SYDNEY, NSW (June, 2017): Cory Steinhauer, Humanitarian Institute’s CEO, will lecture at University of Sydney starting Semester two. Focusing on international project management, Cory will be facilitating both undergraduate and postgraduate units.
Aspiring humanitarians, Humanitarian Institute Alumni, students and clients will benefit from Cory working with the preeminent University in Australia. The appointment demonstrates the quality of Cory’s teaching and reflects positively on the work undertaken by Humanitarian Institute.
The appointment will not interfere with Cory’s responsibilities at Humanitarian Institute. Indeed Humanitarian Institute believes it will strengthen our mission to mobilise and prepare talented individuals to work on the world's grandest challenges.
Humanitarian Institute CEO, Cory Steinhauer says: “I welcome the opportunity to support undergrad and postgrad students understand the complexities of implementing projects across borders. I’m proud to represent the Institute in such an esteemed University.”
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