This program keeps corporate leaders informed of major public policy developments and enables them to obtain greater awareness of economic and political trends that affect their bottom line. Activities include: briefings, round table discussions, as well as other special programs. Members meet and consult with experts in economic policy, international relations, law, intellectual property rights, Congress and the U.S. Courts, political parties, regulation, public finance, taxation, as well as health, environment, and energy. For more information, contact Melinda Warren, Director of the Weidenbaum Center Forum.
The Center’s Eliot Society Programs were created to educate Weidenbaum Center members on key topics in public policy, give Center faculty and staff and opportunity to work with and get to know members better, and solicit members opinions and suggestions. Programs typically focus on economic and political issues that are important to the nation and the world, as well as the St. Louis area.
Weidenbaum Center Eliot Society members are invited to a monthly (during the academic semester) breakfast meetings featuring experts from academia, government, and business discussing timely topics.
These current affairs round table discussions enable major Center donors (Eliot Society level and above) to interact with faculty experts from a broad spectrum. For more information, contact Gloria Lucy, Assistant Director.
This occasional program offers members an opportunity to participate in an all-inclusive guided tour to museums, historic sites, government buildings, or other sites of interest to Weidenbaum Center donors.
Century Club Breakfasts
This is a single speaker series held at Washington University. Speakers are drawn from academia, business, and government. Attendance is by invitation only. If you are interested in learning more, contact Gloria Lucy, Assistant Director.