Alumni

2021 May 11

Gender, Family, and Migration

6:30pm to 8:00pm

Location: 

Virtual

In the last of this four-part series, local and global humanitarian experts will provide insights on policy priorities and challenges. Joint Harvard Club of Dallas and SMU Tower Center Program.

A special welcome to the Yale and Princeton Clubs of Dallas.

Most scholarship has been focused on the male narrative in the migration story while ignoring the roles women play; roles which often involve caring for children left behind, financially providing for their families, as well as their own journeys toward safety and better economic prospects. What is...

Read more about Gender, Family, and Migration
2021 May 06

Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs Pan-European Meet & Greet

9:35pm

Location: 

Virtual

In order to attend HAE events, please join as either a Friend of HAE (free membership), Harvard Student (free membership), or become a Paid Member @ $49/year. Paid Membership is open to Harvard alumni, faculty, and staff. Student Membership is open to current Harvard students only. 

Go to www.harvardae.org/join

Join us for this online chapter networking session...

Read more about Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs Pan-European Meet & Greet
2021 May 05

Medical Racism from 1619 to the Present: History Matters

4:00pm

Location: 

Virtual

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on communities of color in the United States. In addition, the uneven and unequal distribution of vaccines is raising the issue of mistrust and vaccine hesitancy in these same communities. Lack of trust in the US healthcare system among communities of color is inextricably linked to the history of systemic racism in this country. With fewer than half of Black American adults indicating that they will definitely or probably get vaccinated against COVID-19, understanding the roots of this hesitancy—which dates back centuries—is...

Read more about Medical Racism from 1619 to the Present: History Matters
2021 May 20

Celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month: Reflections from the Bench

8:00pm to 9:00pm

Location: 

Virtual

In celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in May, the Harvard Law School APALSA Alumni are hosting a virtual event: Reflections from the Bench, featuring three distinguished HLS alums:  US District Judge (Maryland) Theodore Chuang JD ’94, US District Judge (California) Judge Lucy Koh JD ’93, and Superior Court Judge (Los Angeles) Elaine Lu JD ’94.  The conversation will be moderated by Ashok Ramani ’98, currently a partner at Davis Polk & Wardwell and the head of its IP Litigation Practice. Please join us on ...

Read more about Celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month: Reflections from the Bench

Pages