2016 CPD Summer Institute in Public Diplomacy
The USC Center on Public Diplomacy (CPD) has over ten years of training the world's public diplomats through our cutting-edge professional education program which integrates academic scholarship and real-world problem-solving.
The 2016 two-week program reflected the fast-changing diplomacy landscape while providing a wide range of hands-on skills and analytical capabilities essential for high-impact public diplomacy practice. The 2016 summer curriculum included:
- Foundational knowledge and practice of public diplomacy
- Impact of the policy/public opinion/media nexus on public diplomacy strategies and implementations;
- Data-driven public diplomacy campaigns and evaluation;
- Digital storytelling and crowdsourcing for multi-stakeholder collaboration and network-building; and
- Case study of public diplomacy practices by emerging global powers.
The course was taught by some of the world’s most distinguished public diplomacy experts. In addition to a core curriculum which covers listening, advocacy, and nation branding, there were special courses on creativity and leadership, digital storytelling, China’s and Russia’s public diplomacy, and digital tools and analytics.
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To find out more about the faculty, read their bios here.