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Garreau gives advice to college students on future


Joel Garreau
November 02, 2011

Professor Joel Garreau was featured on the Global Strategy Institute’s website in a video titled “Technology: Joel Garreau on Wise Words for College Students.”

Garreau spoke of the Prevail Project, an innovation by ASU and the College of Law, and how students would benefit from “figuring out how to change the world as individuals in groups, in networks, in a bottom-up way. Taking control of the future, taking control of our lives and not waiting around for the authority figures to do it.”

For a look at the Prevail Projects website, visit prevailproject.org.

To see the Global Strategy Institute interview, click here.

Garreau is the Lincoln Professor of Law, Culture and Values, and Director of The Prevail Project: Wise Governance for Challenging Futures. He also is the author of Radical Evolution: The Promise and Peril of Enhancing Our Minds, Our Bodies, and What It Means to Be Human. He is a former long-time reporter and editor at The Washington Post, and principal of The Garreau Group, a network of sources committed to understanding who we are, how we got that way, and where we’re headed.

Megan Stewart, mlstewa3@asu.edu
Office of Communications, College of Law
480-727-5458