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Dan Abbasi, HBS ‘98, listens as an alum asks a questions following the screening of Showtime’s new series “Years of Living Dangerously” on April 21.
A new Showtime series entitled “Years of Living Dangerously” debuted at Harvard Business School Monday afternoon, kicking off Earth Week and offering a look at how humans have exacerbated climate change around the world.
A participant of the Sustainability Hackathon proposes an idea on Saturday afternoon in the Harvard i-lab. Application developers, engineers, and artists came together to solve real-world issues in the first sustainability hackathon.
In search of budding entrepreneurs, the casting team for ABC’s Emmy-nominated reality television show “Shark Tank” visited Harvard’s Innovation Lab on Friday.
Members of the Undergraduate Council approved a paid partnership with the Harvard Business School’s new online platform HBX and announced the launch of the Council’s new website at their general meeting Sunday.
The Harvard Club of Ukraine is collaborating with the alumni organizations of other universities from across the U.S. and Europe to fill vacant positions in the interim Ukrainian government with Western-educated professionals.
Students can now learn from the experiences of mentors through a collection of free online courses at LifeGuides.me.
Felipe Calderon references a map of the United States while speaking at his lecture “Climate Change and Business” at Harvard Business School on April 4.
Felipe Calderon, former Mexican President, speaks at Harvard Business School on April 14 during his lecture "Climate Change and Business" in Sprangler Auditorium.
Speaking at the Business School, Felipe Calderon argued that business leaders are missing an opportunity to limit climate change and turn a profit.
On a recent Wednesday evening, four floors above Mt. Auburn Street in what is known as the “i-space,” a group of five Harvard students had claimed one small, stuffy office room to discuss the impending launch of their startup. Laptops open, bullet points scrawled on a whiteboard opposite a Rosie the Riveter poster, the group shifted easily between brainstorming and casual jokes.
Sir Alex C. Ferguson will bring his 26 years of coaching and managing experience at Manchester United Football Club to the Harvard Business School this spring as a teacher for its Executive Education program.
According to a press release, the analysis serves to identify “those critical moments when planning, preparation and coordination paid off—as well as those occasions when performance left room for improvement.”