Standing in Your Own Way
Shana Shamloo Psy.D., a guest speaker for Women's Week, gives a presentation at Harvard Hall titled "Standing in Your Own Way?: Getting What You Want Personally & Professionally."
Planning With Complexity
Judith E. Innes, a professor from UC-Berkeley, talks about ideas in planning in a complex world and her book "Planning With Complexity" at the School of Design.
Carrot cake sandwiches with cream-cheese filling are being sold at Boloco. This was the first of a ten-week vegan cookie series, with all proceeds going to Farm Sanctuary Charity.
Cultural Perceptions of Beauty
As part of Women's Week, the Association of Black Harvard Women, Latinas Unidas, and Styleta gathered students together to discuss how beauty is viewed differently by various cultures, as well as defined here on campus at Harvard.
Conversation with Dean Nitin Nohria
Harvard Business School Dean Nitin Nohria discusses the changing dynamics of business in a globalized world in a "Conversations with Kirkland" event sponsored by the Leadership Institute at Harvard College.
Frank Rich '71, longtime columnist for the New York Times who recently announced he is moving to New York Magazine, answers audience questions after receiving the Goldsmith Career Award for Excellence in Journalism at the Kennedy School.
Dan Beaudry, author of The International Student's Guide to Finding a Job in the U.S., hosts a workshop at the Office of Career Services to help international students find employment in America.Dan Beaudry, author of The International Student's Guide to Finding a Job in the U.S., hosts a workshop at the Office of Career Services aimed at boosting international students' chances to obtain jobs in America.