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2021 Jul 09

Harvard Women Virtual Networking

11:00am to 11:30am

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Online

Alumnae-i Network for Harvard Women in Austin will be spearheading a new initiative –– Harvard Women Virtual Networking. This is a great way for us to build solidarity and provide mutual support to one another. Come meet fellow Harvard affiliates for 30 minutes to share your work and thoughts, your triumphs and tribulations. 

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2021 Jul 17

Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs India Meet & Greet

11:00am to 11:25am

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Online

Please note that the time listed is in IST. Join the Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs for this online chapter networking session that brings India’s alumni community together. Meet some new people, bump into old friends, hear from our chapter leaders about upcoming events, learn about ways to get involved, and have fun!

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2021 Jun 16

Virtual Summit: Continuing Threats to Free and Fair Elections

12:00pm to 2:00pm

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Elections are more than ballots, polling places, and voting machines. The human component of administering elections was exposed to unthinkable stress and attack during the 2020 cycle. It nearly reached the breaking point.

Whether it was persistent and recurring misinformation and disinformation, threats to the personal safety of full-time and volunteer elections office staff, or challenges to the independence of the voting process by political actors, our country is hurtling towards a cliff of retirements of the people who understand voting more than any others. Without...

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2021 Jun 09

Navigating the American Rescue Plan Act: How to Avoid Tribes Leaving $12 Billion on the Table

4:00pm to 5:00pm

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The Ash Center’s Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development is hosting the 'Navigating the American Rescue Plan Act' series to help tribal nations learn from each other and from a wide array of experts as tribes take on the challenges of securing and spending recovery funds.

This second session in the series, titled “Where Other ARPA Monies Live -- How to Avoid Tribes Leaving $12 Billion on the Table” will feature ...

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2021 Jun 16
2021 Jun 10

The Education that Comes: Redesigning Our Practices to Ensure Learning

4:00pm to 5:00pm

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Online

On this occasion the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies will have the vision and experience of Katherine Merseth, a specialist in teacher training, school improvement in vulnerable contexts and effective classroom practices from Harvard University, who will be accompanied by leading experts from the region. We will address the following questions: How to install creative processes to encourage learning? What practices and strategies are being implemented to develop and / or maintain learning communities in schools? What are the main lessons learned from networking...

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2021 Jun 14

Martin Luther King & The Struggle for Voting Rights, Making Democracy Work

3:00pm to 5:00pm

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Join the Harvard Business School for a special session in which Professor David Moss, author of the acclaimed book “Democracy: A Case Study,” makes history come alive with an audience-driven discussion of Martin Luther King Jr. and the struggle for voting rights. Professor Moss will bring his wildly popular approach to teaching the history of American democracy to a new stage. It will be an afternoon that challenges the way you think about America’s history and civic life – and your place in it.

There will be an HBS case study distributed to participants to read in advance,...

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