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Global GSAS: Paris

Please join the Harvard Club of France and the Harvard University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences for an interactive presentation featuring Xiao-Li Meng, Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and Robert A. Lue Professor of the Practice of Molecular and Cellular Biology.

Alumni Day 2016

April 9, 2016. Don’t miss the opportunity to reconnect with friends, colleagues, and mentors from your days at Harvard—attend Alumni Day! This year’s program will feature a keynote address by Andrew W. Lo (PhD ’84, Economics), Charles E. and Susan T. Harris Professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Other talks will be delivered by scholars of atronomy, sociology, genetics, and more.

Global GSAS: Seoul

January 4, 2016. The Harvard Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, the Harvard Korea Institute, the Harvard Club of Korea, the Harvard Yard Club of Korea, and the Harvard Alumni Association invite you to gather with local Harvard alumni in Seoul for a reception and panel conversation about Harvard and global outreach.

GSAS in Seattle

December 2, 2015. The Harvard University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the Harvard Club of Seattle invite you to gather with local Harvard alumni in Seattle for a reception and panel conversation on "Developing the Happy Course and perspectives on intergenerational education" featuring the senior leadership team of GSAS

Fruitful Connections

April 11, 2015. The day showcased the intellectual work conducted at Harvard by leading members of the faculty, and included a keynote address titled “The Sustainocene: Energy for All” delivered by Daniel G. Nocera, Patterson Rockwood Professor of Energy. Three of the sessions highlighted the connections between faculty and their graduate students, in particular their collaborations as researchers, course developers, and authors.