Rep. Debra A. Haaland (D-N.M.) spoke about her roots in political organizing and the unique set of challenges faced by indigenous communities at an Institute of Politics JFK Jr. Forum event Monday.
Chairman of Special Olympics and best-selling author Timothy P. Shriver discussed the importance of unity in politics Monday at the Harvard Law School’s Herbert C. Kelman Seminar on International Conflict Analysis and Resolution.
Indigenous Activists and Educators Discuss Thanksgiving, Systemic Injustices at Institute of Politics
Indigenous students, activists, and politicians discussed the roots of Thanksgiving and the systemic issues facing Indigenous communities at a virtual panel at the Institute of Politics on Monday.
Justice Grace Mumbi Ngugi, a judge on the High Court of Kenya, discussed the impacts of Kenya's new constitution upon social and health equality Thursday.
The Radcliffe Institute hosted a virtual panel focused on how COVID-19 has exacerbated racial and economic inequalities in higher education Thursday.
Prominent Mexican-American Journalists Discuss the State of the American Dream in Institute of Politics Webinar
Jorge G. Ramos and Maria L. Hinojosa, celebrated Mexican-American journalists, discussed the future of Latinx leadership and the evolving nature of the American Dream in an IOP talk Wednesday.
First Native American Congressional Delegate, Kimberly Teehee, Discusses Historic Appointment at IOP
Cherokee Nation citizen Kimberly Teehee, the first delegate of a Native American tribal nation appointed to Congress, spoke on the significance of her appointment at an IOP event Wednesday.
Mayor of Atlanta Keisha L. Bottoms discussed how her city has handled challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic in the latest installment of the Harvard School of Public Health’s Voices in Leadership series Monday.
Musicians and academics discussed the role of music in fostering interpersonal connection, growth, and healing at a webinar hosted by the Harvard Business School Monday afternoon.
Several political analysts reflected on the 2020 election in a webinar hosted by the Harvard Kennedy School’s Institute of Politics on Thursday.
A panel of public health and law experts discussed how policymakers can encourage organ donations in a Friday webinar sponsored by Harvard Law School’s Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics.
Boston healthcare workers discussed their experiences combating COVID-19 in diverse populations at a webinar Thursday hosted by the Harvard College Medical Humanities forum.
Paul Martini, an astronomy professor at Ohio State University, discussed the mystery of cosmic acceleration at a Radcliffe Fellows event Wednesday.
Harvard professors analyzed how the 2020 presidential election revealed the domestic and international consequences of political polarization at a Weatherhead Center forum.
United Nations High-Level Commissioner on Health Employment and Economic Growth and Radcliffe Fellow Alaa Murabit discussed women’s role in policymaking Tuesday.
Artists and activists highlighted the role of creative expression in telling stories and fostering empathy at a webinar Monday hosted by the Harvard Graduate School of Education and Harvard University Common Spaces.
Harvard History Professor Nancy F. Cott and Brown History Professor Samuel Zipp shared the stories of five twentieth century American internationalists and the legacy of their writings in a Mahindra Humanities Center webinar Monday.
Leaders of Diving With a Purpose, a nonprofit dedicated to maritime archaeology, spoke about their organization’s history and mission at a virtual panel Thursday.
Harvard professors discussed the evolving role of religion in the 2020 presidential election in a lecture hosted by the Divinity School Thursday.
Experts discussed strategies to combat gaps in youth educational resources in a Thursday event hosted by the Local Children’s Cabinet Network.
Howard University professor Ana Lucia Araujo and Carnegie Mellon professor Mame-Fatou Niang discussed the removal of statues that depict slave traders and owners in Europe Wednesday afternoon.
Charles A. Murray ’65 spoke to Harvard affiliates at a Friday webinar about his new book, which criticizes the idea that race and gender are social constructs. Faculty in attendance criticized his work, saying it makes unfounded claims and is rooted in flawed methodology.
Harvard KDSAP Launches 2020 Speaker Series, Discusses Excess Fluid Storage in Kidney Disease Patients
Michael J. Cima — a materials science and engineering professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology — explained where the human body stores excess fluid during kidney failure and introduced the preliminary design for a sensor that measures this excess fluid at an event hosted by the Kidney Disease Screening and Awareness Program Friday.