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This first-ever Conversations with Harvard evolved from Conversations with Kirkland, a speaker series launched by former Kirkland resident scholar Peter V. Emerson in 2002.
Warren spoke at the fourth annual Public Interested Conference, an event that aims to help students explore postgraduate opportunities in the public sector.
Inactive Crimson business editor Lisa Wang '16 and Brian A. Truong '15 work on their project, "Hello Token," during Winter Xcelerate. "There are 15 teams here, and they will develop products and ideas into a business in one week," said Wang, director of the advisory board of Harvard Ventures and a co-organizer of Xcelerate.
Gabriel J. Grand '18 codes an app as part of Winter Xcelerate through Harvard Ventures and Hack Harvard. The app, "Berg," helps freshmen to find their classmates in Annenberg through their smartphones.
The Harvard Skate rink is being prepared for use in the Science Center plaza. The program will kick off on Jan. 27 with a live performance by the Harvard College figure skaters.
The discussion, which was hosted by University Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., followed a free screening of the film at the AMC Assembly Row in Somerville.
A three-minute clip from home video footage inspired author Glenn Kurtz's latest book about a Polish community.
Jill E. Abramson '76, former executive editor of The New York Times, and Steven Pinker, Johnstone Family psychology professor, discuss different styles of writing at Farkas Hall on Tuesday night. The event was moderated by Samuel Moulton, Director of Educational Research and Assessment at the Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching.
Jill E. Abramson '76, former executive editor of The New York Times, and Steven Pinker, Johnstone Family psychology professor, discuss different styles of writing at Farkas Hall on Tuesday night.
U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon repeatedly called on Harvard students and faculty to actively engage in conversations about those issues through means such as research.
Luis Fernandes, vice-minister of sports for Brazil, speaks about how sports like the FIFA World Cup 2014 can impact the economy and people of Brazil on Monday afternoon in Wasserstein Hall.
Brazilian Vice-Minister of Sports Luis Fernandes discussed Brazil’s preparation for both the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics at a Law School panel on Monday evening.
The event marked the kickoff of the Deans’ Innovation Sports Challenge, which will span the remainder of the academic year. Winners will be announced in May.