Seminars are small and dialectical meetings created out of groups’ passion for network topics. Students are guided through program streams to read critically, engage intellectually with a diverse group of peers, write regularly, and develop research skills n specific topics. Seminars are hosted and curated by leading scholars and thinkers across critical disciplines. They offer an opportunity to learn cutting-edge research and innovation, support new leaders, and develop productive networks. Seminars aim to combine courses, workshops and topics in a zero-trust environment for optimal results. They allow students to work on collaborative projects with fellow participants and develop new knowledge, competence, skills, and career.