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  • Harvard Alumni Association Executive Director Philip Lovejoy and former Overseer Tracy Palandjian Jul 7, 2020

    In Search of Future Overseers

    Former Overseer Tracy Palandjian AB '93, MBA '97 and HAA Executive Director Philip Lovejoy discuss the role of the Harvard Board of Overseers and the alumni nominating committee process. Read More

  • Job-Hunting in the Age of Corona: How Harvard Can Help?

    Virtual Event

    If you are anxious about getting a job or about keeping the one you have as the world grapples with the effects of COVID 19, you are not alone. This is a time of great economic and emotional uncertainty. People are unemployed, offers are being rescinded, budgets cut. But there are job openings, virtual interviews, and new jobs being created. Harvard is here to help. John Bowman (bio line) and Ellen Reeves (bio line) discuss making the most of your time at home and how Harvard Alumni Association and other Harvard resources can help with career exploration and the job-hunt. Topics include networking/connecting in this new virtual world, finding a virtual HAA mentor, informational interviewing using the alumni database, video interview etiquette, and more. Read More

  • Tom Hollister, vice president for finance and chief financial officer at Harvard Jun 30, 2020

    “I Wanted to Be of Use to This Wonderful Place.”

    Tom Hollister, vice president for finance and chief financial officer, shares why philanthropy is crucial to Harvard’s future, perhaps now more than ever. Read More

  • An illustration of the Radcliffe Wave data overlaid on an image of the Milky Way galaxy. Image from the WorldWide Telescope Jun 30, 2020

    “Being a Radcliffe Fellow Was Fundamental to the Discovery”

    By creating a 3D map of the Milky Way, astronomer João Alves, whose fellowship at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study was made possible through a planned gift, made a discovery that overturned the common conception of how stars are born and compelled scientists to rethink the framework of our galaxy. Read More

  • Doris Cole AB ’59, MArch ’63 and Harold Goyette MArch ’54 Jun 30, 2020

    Building Gender Equity Through Design

    Doris Cole AB ’59, MArch ’63 and the late Harold Goyette MArch ’54 shared love and also modeled gender equity in their architectural careers, choosing to support it through their shared Cambridge-based firm and through gifts to the Frances Loeb Library at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD). Read More

  • Harvard Professor Lawrence D. Bobo Jun 8, 2020

    The Fire This Time

    Lawrence D. Bobo, dean of social science and W. E. B. Du Bois Professor of the Social Sciences at Harvard, discusses police killings of African Americans, the forces underlying racial bigotry and violence, and why he sees signs of hope. Read More

  • JUL 15

    Alumnae-i Network for Harvard Women: Impact Speaker Series on Statelessness-The Rise of Marginalized Communities in Pakistan

    Virtual Event

    ANHW Lahore Impact Speaker Series on Statelessness - The Rise of Marginalized Communities in Pakistan

  • AUG 12

    Job-Hunting in the Age of Corona: How Harvard Can Help?

    Virtual Event

    If you are anxious about getting a job or about keeping the one you have as the world grapples with the effects of COVID 19, you are not alone. This is a time of great economic and emotional uncertainty. People are unemployed, offers are being rescinded, budgets cut. But there are job openings, virtual interviews, and new jobs being created. Harvard is here to help. John Bowman (bio line) and Ellen Reeves (bio line) discuss making the most of your time at home and how Harvard Alumni Association and other Harvard resources can help with career exploration and the job-hunt. Topics include networking/connecting in this new virtual world, finding a virtual HAA mentor, informational interviewing using the alumni database, video interview etiquette, and more.