Explore the library of CFR Education events, including webinars, conferences, professional development, and workshops for higher education and high school educators and students.

CFR Education hosts, co-presents, and attends virtual and in-person events for higher education and high school educators and students.  

The Council on Foreign Relations offers two webinar series: Global Affairs Expert Webinars and Higher Education Webinars. The Global Affairs Expert Webinar series, formerly “CFR Academic Webinars,” provides a forum for college and university students and educators to interact with CFR fellows and other experts on foreign policy topics. A second series, CFR Higher Education Webinars, offers timely conversations for college and university leaders, administrators, and professors on issues impacting higher education. These sessions showcase insights from CFR fellows and thought leaders, facilitating informed discourse within the academic community.

Explore the library of events below:

Global Affairs Expert Webinar: Energy Security

Meghan L. O’Sullivan, director of the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, and the Jeane Kirkpatrick Professor of the practice of international affairs at Harvard University, leads the conversation on energy security.

Teaching History with CFR Education

Join this introductory webinar to learn tips and tricks for using CFR Education historical resources in the classroom, including timelines, videos, simulations, lesson plans, AP and IB curriculum alignments, and more.

How To Teach Current Events in Our Interconnected World

Join the experts at the CFR Education for a conversation with an award-winning high school teacher, an expert on global affairs, and the teaching and learning director from this leading foreign policy think tank to learn best practices for teaching current events. This webinar was hosted on

Global Affairs Expert Webinar: The Globalization Myth

Shannon K. O’Neil, vice president, deputy director of studies, and the Nelson and David Rockefeller senior fellow for Latin America studies at CFR, and author of The Globalization Myth: Why Regions Matter, leads the conversation on why regionalization, not globalization, has been the biggest economic trend of the last forty years.

Teaching Global Civics with World101

Join CFR Education to learn the basics of World101, including how to use the resources to teach Global Civics and address current events in your classroom.

Higher Education Webinar: U.S. International Academic Collaboration

Jenny Lee, vice president for Arizona International, dean of international education, and professor of educational policy studies and practice at the University of Arizona, leads the conversation on U.S. international academic collaboration and how U.S.-China tensions are affecting higher education.