This highly interactive semester-length seminar explores the ways that people negotiate to create value and resolve disputes. Designed both to improve understanding of negotiation theory and to build negotiation skills, the curriculum integrates negotiation research from several academic fields with experiential learning exercises.... Read more about Fall PON Negotiation and Dispute Resolution 2018
Small shifts in your daily habits and behaviors can bring you closer to retirement, student loan repayment, and other financial goals. Bring your questions! We’ll provide the answers and resources on September 10 at 3:00 pm. Learn more.
This webinar on August 23 at 12:00 p.m. is intended for employees 10 to 20 years from retirement. Participants will learn how to estimate if they’re on track for retirement by using an online calculator and get practical solutions on how to get back on track if needed.... Read more about Vanguard Webinar - Getting on Track for Retirement
In partnership with the Center for Wellness and Health Promotion, Harvard Common Spaces offers free Yoga with instructor Paulina Haduong every Thursday, 5pm-6pm from May 31 through September 27. Meet in Harvard Yard on the Memorial Church Lawn, please bring a mat and water bottle. Class held weekly, weather permitting--steady rain cancels class. All Common Spaces wellness programs and fitness activities are free; no sign-ups are required.... Read more about Yoga in the Yard
HUECU is offering an online personal finance summit on Aug 2 from 2:30pm to 3:00pm to improve your finances offered a la carte. Open to the Harvard community, including affiliated teaching hospitals and non-members.
Modern communications – often via text or other phone messaging – can be very informal, ignoring conventional spelling, grammar, punctuation and letter writing standards. If you’re looking for a job, don’t let the ease of sending a quick note result in letting your standards drop. Your reputation starts with your first communication.... Read more about Minding your p’s and q’s (April 2018)
Kate Lewis, the Agnes Gund Chief Conservator at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, will discuss the challenges of caring for time-based media art. Conservators must grapple with technical obsolescence, navigate complex hardware and software, and satisfy unusual installation demands. Lewis will focus on works by Nam June Paik, Nalini Malani, Tania Bruguera, and others.... Read more about Perspectives on New Media in Museums
Are you a cyclist? Would you consider riding and raising money for Harvard's food donation partner, Food For Free? The next Ride for Hunger takes place on Sunday, September 23 at 7:00 a.m. Your commitment: a $75 registration fee, and a request that you raise a minimum of $300 dollars in donations (but we aim for $1,000 per person).... Read more about Ride for Hunger 2018