Nelson Mandela Advisor Works on World Problems With Westminster College Students
Center for Engaging the World
A select group of Westminster College students received the opportunity to work closely on transnational problems with one of Nelson Mandela’s close advisors, Dr. Roy Marcus, President of the Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management, at a Conference on Global Agriculture Trade on the Westminster College campus in Fulton, MO Oct. 1-2. The group was focused on how Missouri might plan its global agriculture, food security and business technology related to agriculture in a more systematic way. The conference was planned by Westminster Professor Dr. Kurt Jefferson, Director of the Center for Engaging the World.