Harvard Alumni Association

2021 Aug 19

The Anatomy of Grief by Dr. Dorothy P. Holinger

7:00pm to 8:00pm

Over the past year, the US has experienced rates of death not seen in over a century, comparable to a daily 9/11. The rolls of the dead include many under 50, whose loved ones counted on decades together. In THE ANATOMY OF GRIEF (Yale University Press), psychologist Dorothy P. Holinger, PhD, describes grief’s impact on the bereaved. She covers the very real physical changes that happen to the brain and the body and discusses tools that help in beginning to process and heal after a deep personal loss. She uses examples from literature, music, poetry, memoir, personal experience, and...

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2021 Aug 13

Mega-Trends in Asia Pacific: Opportunities in Indonesia - Business and Beyond

8:00am to 9:00am

Join us for the second session of the HAE Hong Kong Inaugural Series!  Axtom Salim, Executive Director of the Salim Group and Director of PT Indofood Sukses Makmur Tbk (Indofood), a leading Indonesian food company with operations spanning from the production of raw materials and their processing to consumer products in the market. Axtom will share his experience about growing the family brand beyond SE Asia and what it takes to bring an international company to scale.  

 

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2021 Aug 04

PA Youth Vote | Why Youth Voices Matter

7:00pm to 8:00pm

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08/04 Wed. 7:00pm | In the 2020 election, 53%-56% of citizens 18-24 voted—the lowest percentage of any age group. What’s the cause of this disparity and what should be done about it? Join us for this upcoming event with PA Youth Vote, a non-partisan, non-profit coalition of educators, students, and organizations working across Pennsylvania to get out the youth vote. To RSVP or get...

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2021 Aug 04

PA Youth Vote: Why Youth Voices Matter

7:00pm to 8:00pm

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In the 2020 election, 53%-56% of citizens 18-24 voted—the lowest percentage of any age group. What’s the cause of this disparity and what should be done about it? Join us for this upcoming event with PA Youth Vote, a non-partisan, non-profit coalition of educators, students, and organizations working across Pennsylvania to get out the youth vote.  Hosted by The Harvard Club of Philadelphia. 

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2021 Jul 07

Book Group: Esau McCaulley's Reading While Black

Repeats every week every Wednesday until Wed Jul 28 2021 .
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The Harvard Christian Alumni Society is hosting a weekly summer book group to discuss Esau McCaulley's "Reading While Black: African American Biblical Interpretation as an Exercise in Hope." Alumni from all backgrounds are welcome to join. Please register for this event below and you will receive a Zoom link.

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2021 Jul 09

Harvard Women Virtual Networking

11:00am to 11:30am

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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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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 Jul 13

A More Perfect Union: Revealing Christ’s Love Across Political Divides

7:00pm to 8:00pm

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The Harvard Christian Alumni Society is hosting a conversation between Dr. Richard Parker, Lecturer at the Harvard Kennedy School and cofounder of Mother Jones, and Carrie Lukas, President of the Independent Women's Forum and contributor to National Review. HCAS Secretary Jordan Monge Gandhi '12 will be moderating.

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2021 Jul 13

Introduction to the Harvard Alumni Disaster Preparedness & Response Team

12:00pm to 1:00pm

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Join the Harvard Alumni Association Disaster Preparedness and Response Team Shared Interest Group. This introductory discussion is an opportunity to share ideas, ask questions, and participate in shaping this recently approved SIG. Zoom credentials will be mailed out to all registered attendees.

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2021 Jul 13

The New Era of Greece: Ambassador Alexandra Papadopoulou

6:00pm to 7:00pm

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H. E. Alexandra Popadopoulou will speak on the relationship between Greece and the United States impacting the Eastern Mediterranean region. James Figetakis HBS MBA’90 will moderate. Hosted by the Harvard Club of Washington, DC.

Free for Harvard Club, MIT Club, Columbia Club members and Friends of the Embassy of Greece / $15 for non-members 

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