For nearly a decade, the HAA's Global Month of Service has been the centerpiece of the opportunities the HAA and its affiliated alumni organizations create for Harvard alumni to become more involved with public service and social engagement throughout the year.
Diana Taylor, a scholar of Latin American and US theater and performance, will speak about the power of a specific play, Bom Retiro 958 metros, to convey broad societal meanings about the accumulation and transformation of things. The play leads us on a walk through São Paulo’s phantasmagoric world of objects. The piece conveys broad societal meanings about the accumulation and transformation of things.
Chancellor Fariña, a veteran educator of nearly 50 years, will discuss her vision of bringing common sense solutions and a focus on rigorous educational standards and equity as she leads the nation's largest school district.
Infused with the influences of past rulers and European settlers, rich in diverse flora and fauna, and endowed with incredibly beautiful landscapes, the Ganges represents the heart and soul of Indian civilization.
Crimson Compass allowed me to meet some of the most influential people in a city I had just recently moved to. Their guidance and insight helped me determine my next career path and introduced me to the right people to find a job. I encourage all graduates to take full advantage of Crimson Compass.