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Tax Law Changes

January 31, 2018
Under the tax bill passed in December 2017, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has issued new withholding rates for employers. Harvard is now working to implement these changes in its systems. Learn how it may affect you hereRead more about Tax Law Changes
2018 Feb 20

Harvard's School's Out Vacation Camp

Tue - Fri, Feb 20 to Feb 23, 8:00am - 6:00pm

Harvard offers a School's Out Vacation Camp program to give parents options during the February and April public-school vacation weeks and one hard-to-cover week at the end of the summer. The program generally runs on three campuses: Cambridge, the Longwood Medical Area, and the Harvard Business School.

The program is open to the children, ages 5 to 12, grades K to 6, of benefits-eligible faculty and staff on a regular Harvard payroll.

Next session will be during the school vacation week in February, Feb 20 -23. (Please note Monday, Feb 19 is a holiday.) ...

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2018 Jun 20

College Workshop: Paying the Tuition Bill

12:00pm to 12:45pm

Location: 

114 Mt Auburn Street, 4th floor, Conference room 406

HUECU will host a four-part workshop series for Harvard University employees around undergraduate college planning. Join us for 45 minutes during your lunch break in Room 406, 114 Mount Auburn Street.

Part IV: Paying the Tuition Bill. The fall tuition bill will be due soon! Learn about various payment options and strategies to help you make the best financial decision for you and your family.

To register: Join...

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2018 Jun 13

College Workshop: Beyond the FAFSA

1:00pm to 1:45pm

HUECU will host a four-part workshop series for Harvard University employees around undergraduate college planning. Join us for 45 minutes during your lunch break in Room 406, 114 Mount Auburn Street.

Part III: Learn how to complete the CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE® and other institutional form, tips to ensure a quick financial aid process and the differences between FAFSA and CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE®.

To register: Join us in-person...

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2018 Jun 13

College Workshop: Applying for Financial Aid

12:00pm to 12:45pm

Location: 

114 Mt Auburn Street, 4th floor, Conference room 406

HUECU will host a four-part workshop series for Harvard University employees around undergraduate college planning. Join us for 45 minutes during your lunch break in Room 406, 114 Mount Auburn Street.

Part II: Learn the basics of applying for financial aid. This workshop will be co-hosted with Harvard College.

To register: Join us in-person or from your desk.
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2018 Jun 06

College Workshop: College Planning Roadmap

12:00pm to 12:45pm

Location: 

114 Mt Auburn Street, 4th floor, Conference room 406

HUECU will host a four-part workshop series for Harvard University employees around undergraduate college planning. Join us for 45 minutes during your lunch break in Room 406, 114 Mount Auburn Street.

Part I: Creating a College-Planning Roadmap. Application process? Entrance exams? Visits and tours? Costs? Not sure where to start? We’ll breakdown the college process and steps to take throughout.

To register: Join us in-person or from your desk.
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2018 Feb 21

TIAA-CREF Webinar: Tax Reform

12:00pm

Location: 

Online

This webinar will break down the new tax plan and help you understand how it may affect your financial and estate planning.

Click here to register. 

2018 Feb 14

TIAA-CREF Webinar: Demystifying Life Insurance

12:00pm

Location: 

Online

Life insurance can play a critical role in your financial plan. You can learn how much you may need, what types exist, how much you can afford and much more.

Click here to register. 

2018 Feb 13

TIAA-CREF Webinar: All about IRAs

12:00pm

Location: 

Online

You can learn the facts about IRAs, how and IRA may help you meet your retirement savings goals and how to determine which one may be right for you.

Click here to register. 

2018 Mar 29

Teotihuacan and the Making of a World City

6:00pm

Location: 

Geological Lecture Hall, 24 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA

Deborah L. Nichols, William J. Bryant 1925 Professor of Anthropology; Chair, Latin America, Latino, and Caribbean Studies, Department of Anthropology, Dartmouth College

In the first century CE, Teotihuacan became the capital of the area known today as Central Mexico. The city grew to include 100,000 people, drawing immigrants from Western Mexico, the Valley of Oaxaca, Veracruz, and the Maya region. Deborah Nichols will discuss how Teotihuacan became the largest and most influential city in Mexico and Central America; how it maintained this position for 500...

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2018 Mar 24

Amazing Archaeology Fair at Harvard

1:00pm to 4:00pm

Location: 

Peabody Museum, 11 Divinity Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138

Harvard archaeologists and students will bring history alive
for families by presenting hands-on activities, sharing their research, and providing demonstrations of ancient and up-to- the-minute technologies. Join in colonial-era excavations using smartphones. Use a Google Cardboard viewer and “travel” via virtual reality with a tour guide to Egypt or Israel. Throw a handmade spear with a spear thrower (weather permitting). Talk to archaeologists about their work and their discoveries. Activities spread across both the Peabody and the Harvard Semitic Museums. Live music provided by THUD...

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2018 Mar 20

Modern Humans’ Earliest Artwork and Music

6:00pm

Location: 

Geological Lecture Hall, 24 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA

New European Discoveries

Randall White, Professor, Department of Anthropology, New York University

The earliest evidence of artwork made by modern humans, Aurignacian art, was created more than 35,000 years ago and has been found in French, German, and Romanian archaeological sites. Randall White will discuss the rich corpus of Aurignacian painting, engraving, bas-relief sculpture, musical instruments, and personal ornamentation that was studied before World War I
in southwest France, along with recent discoveries from classic Aurignacian sites....

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