Past Events

  • 2016 Aug 03

    National Association of Black Journalists-National Association of Hispanic Journalists Convention and Career Fair

    Wed Aug 3 (All day) to Fri Aug 5 (All day)

    Location: 

    Washington Marriott, Wardman Park, Washington DC

    Harvard University Recruitment Services will be represented at the 2016 National Association of Black/Hispanic Journalists Annual Convention and Career Fair in Washington D.C.

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  • 2021 May 08

    Spring Bird Walk

    8:00am to 9:30am

    Location: 

    Arnold Arboretum

    Join two experienced birders for a 90-minute walk suitable for beginners and experienced birders alike. Meet at the Arborway Gate for this walk in the landscape to see Arboretum birds. Space is limited to 20 and the group will be divided into two sections. COVID guidelines of masks and social distancing will be required. Bring binoculars if you have them.

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  • 2021 May 07

    Community Space Coffee Chat - LGBTQ+

    7:00pm to 8:00pm

    Location: 

    Online

    Back by popular demand, the community spaces for affinity groups will be open weekly and offered through May. These coffee chat sessions will feature open agendas and create space for flexible conversation and community. This space is for all members of the Harvard community, including students, staff, faculty, postdocs, research fellows, and academic personnel, who identify as a part of the LGBTQ+ community. To learn more about the Coffee Chat series, please visit this page.

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  • 2021 May 07

    Understanding Unconscious Bias

    Repeats every month on the 7 of May until Fri May 07 2021 . Also includes Fri May 28 2021.
    10:30am to 12:30pm

    Location: 

    Online

    We all have unconscious biases, which doesn’t make us moral or corrupt; it makes us human. In this 2-hour virtual workshop, you will learn how the brain is naturally inclined to make generalizations (some true, some false, some good, some bad) and why. When these generalizations result in stereotypes and biases, there is a danger that marginalized employees will suffer unfair treatment and judgment through no fault of their own. While we cannot completely rid ourselves of unconscious bias, we can learn what to do when the bias is our own or when we are the target of someone else’s...

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  • 2021 May 06

    Home Buying Webinar

    Repeats every month on the 25 of September until Wed Sep 25 2019 . Also includes Wed Oct 23 2019, Wed Nov 13 2019, Wed Nov 20 2019, Wed Dec 04 2019, Wed Jan 15 2020, Wed Jan 22 2020, Wed Feb 12 2020, Wed Mar 11 2020, Wed Mar 25 2020, Wed Apr 29 2020, Wed May 06 2020, Wed May 20 2020, Thu Jun 04 2020, Wed Jun 24 2020, Wed Jul 08 2020, Wed Aug 05 2020, Wed Aug 19 2020, Wed Sep 02 2020, Wed Sep 23 2020, Wed Oct 07 2020, Wed Oct 21 2020, Wed Nov 04 2020, Wed Dec 02 2020, Tue Jan 12 2021, Wed Feb 10 2021, Thu Mar 11 2021, Wed Apr 14 2021, Thu May 06 2021, Wed Jun 02 2021.
    12:00pm to 1:30pm

    Location: 

    Online

    Harvard and affiliated hospital faculty, staff, and retirees are invited to attend a free onliine webinar sponsored by the Harvard Real Estate Program.

    Buying a primary residence Topics include:

    • How much can I really afford to pay and what type of mortgage makes the most sense?
    • What is a Purchase and Sale Agreement?
    • How does the process, from offer to acceptance to closing, work?

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  • 2021 May 06

    Combating Racism in Europe: What Role do Legislators Play?

    10:15am to 11:15am

    Location: 

    Online

    When George Floyd was murdered in Minneapolis last year, Black Lives Matter (BLM) demonstrations erupted across the United States and Europe. From Berlin to Barcelona, demonstrators not only condemned police violence and systemic racism in the United States, but also in their own countries. Across Europe, these events rekindled long-brewing debates about colonial legacies, the nature of racism, and legislative changes to address past wrongs and protect citizens with minority backgrounds. Many politicians who advocate on these issues have faced hostile backlash and racist attacks.

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  • 2021 May 06

    Managing Performance and Supporting Employees in the COVID Era

    10:00am to 11:30am

    Location: 

    Online

    This virtual workshop is one of three in a Managing in the COVID Era series. Managers may enroll in any one or the entire series. Managing Performance and Supporting Employees will explore key conversations managers can have with employees to ensure any changes to roles and goals are clarified, individual work connects to the team’s shared purpose, and individuals are supported in their new circumstances. 

    Offerings of this course are only viewable to Managers. If you believe you should be able to view and attend this course please email ...

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  • 2021 May 05

    Medical Racism from 1619 to the Present: History Matters

    4:00pm

    Location: 

    Online

    The COVID-19 pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on communities of color in the United States. In addition, the uneven and unequal distribution of vaccines is raising the issue of mistrust and vaccine hesitancy in these same communities. Lack of trust in the US healthcare system among communities of color is inextricably linked to the history of systemic racism in this country. With fewer than half of Black American adults indicating that they will definitely or probably get vaccinated against COVID-19, understanding the roots of this hesitancy—which dates back centuries—is...

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  • 2021 May 05

    HGSE's Education Now | The Power of Resilience

    3:00pm to 3:30pm

    Location: 

    Online

    As we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, the aftereffects of isolation, stress, fear, and sadness are sure to linger. How can we fortify ourselves to grapple with the legacy of this unprecedented year? How can we offer relief to ourselves, our children, our colleagues, and our loved ones? Join us as we dig into the power of resilience — not as a magic cure-all, but instead as a way to build the tools we need to contend with difficulty, fear, or loss, and to take care of ourselves, and others, so that we can weather the storm.

    We’ll hear from three experts who will explore the...

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