Designer Jen Kao accepts the 2012 Leadership in the Arts award, presented to her by Identities producers, from left to right, Bonnie Wong, ’13, Elaine Kim, ’13, Meryl Natow, ’13, and Allan Hsiao, ’13.
Maybelline, Identities sponsor, presents Harvard Identities with a check for $1,000.
Identities model Jessica Stanchfield, ’12, struts down the runway during the third and last segment, “Double Take.”
Loud cheering from her fans makes Identities model Sabrina Hahn, ’14, break out in a big smile at the end of the runway.
About 600 people fill Annenberg Hall for the Identities fashion show on Saturday. Identities was founded in 2006 and holds shows every spring.
Members of the Harvard Asian American Brotherhood shout and cheer as Identities model Doo Young Na ’14 walks down the runway.
Professor Robert Kaplan, Professor of Management Practice at Harvard Business School and acting President and CEO of the Harvard Management Company, says Harvard Management Company must focus on the long-term horizon with the endowment, rather than quarters like with mutual or hedge funds, and make the fund sustainable on Thursday, April 5 in Emerson Hall at “Investing in Harvard’s Future.”
Professor Robert Kaplan, center, Professor of Management Practice at Harvard Business School and acting President and CEO of the Harvard Management Company, says Harvard Management Company must focus on the long-term horizon with the endowment, rather than quarters like with mutual or hedge funds, and make the fund sustainable for future generations on Thursday, April 5 in Emerson Hall at “Investing in Harvard’s Future,” as fellow panelists Professor Rakesh Khurana, left, Marvin Bower Professor of Leadership Development at Harvard Business School, and Professor Allen Ferrell, Greenfield Professor of Securities Law at Harvard Law School, listen.
Laurence Golborne Rivero's, Chile's Minister of Public Works, jokes about his unfamiliarity with the particular version of his powerpoint during his address about public policy, leadership, and crisis management as moderator Herman Leonard, Professor of Public Management at HKS and Professor of Business Administration at HBS, listens on Monday, March 26 at the IOP John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum.
Former United States Secretary of the Treasury and former Director of the White House United States National Economic Council, Professor Larry Summers, speaks about the effectiveness of fiscal policy as a tool for economic stimulus in front of a packed auditorium as moderator Professor Marty Feldstein, former chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers and former chief economic adviser to President Ronald Reagan, in front of a packed auditorium in Emerson Hall on Tuesday, February 28.
The exhibition "Lightfall: Herta and Paul Amir Building, Tel Aviv Museum of Art" opened on Tuesday, January 24 at Harvard University's Graduate School of Design.