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2020 Feb 04

Botany Blast: Viburnums

6:30pm to 7:30pm

Location: 

Hunnewell Building
Viburnum species range in size from small to large shrubs, and even to small trees. They can be evergreen, semi-evergreen, or deciduous and display a variety of leaf shapes and flower forms. Join Wendy Clement for an overview of temperate viburnum species to get a better understanding of their forms, function, and growth characteristics that develop across the seasons. Botany Blasts are directed towards our citizen scientist Tree Spotters, but are open to all.

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2020 Feb 08

The Path Taken: Photography by Lawrence Mullings

1:00pm to 3:00pm

Location: 

Hunnewell Building

Opening Reception with the Artist:Saturday, February 8, 1:00-3:00pm; snowdate Feb. 15, 1:00-3:00pm

On any given day, Lawrence Mullings can be found exploring the paths and hidden corners of the Arboretum. While walking in the landscape to regain his health, his joy in photography was rekindled. He saw how the Arboretum was many different things to him, and to the many different people who come here from around the neighborhood and around the world. To Mullings, the Arboretum is its trees, as well as the...

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2020 Mar 03

Women, Contemporary Art, and Business: Panel Discussion

6:00pm to 7:30pm

Location: 

Harvard Business School - Klarman Hall, Boston, MA 02163

Organized in conjunction with the 2019-2020 exhibition supported by the C. Ludens Ringnes Sculpture Collection at Harvard Business School, this panel discussion will feature:

  • Bharti Kher, artist
  • Ina Johannesen Dibley, CEO Ekebergparken/C. Ludens Ringnes Foundation, Oslo, Norway
  • Nora Lawrence, Senior Curator Storm King Art Center, New Windsor, NY

The speakers will explore a range of topics including public art and...

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Difficult Conversations

January 29, 2020
This class on Feb 6 combines exercises and discussion to help you understand the fundamentals of a “difficult conversation”. Based on required pre-reading of the book Difficult Conversations, the workshop concludes with participants preparing for, and having practiced, their own difficult conversation by leveraging learning-partners. Learn more. Read more about Difficult Conversations
2020 Feb 04

LGBTQ Staff and Faculty Employee Resource Group (QERG) Meeting

12:00pm to 1:00pm

Location: 

TBD

We stand on the shoulders of giants -- many staff and faculty who worked tirelessly (on top of their other jobs) to make Harvard a leader in LGBTQ policies and programs. Since 2003, we have been meeting informally -- finding each other here or there and building a community. We will use this space in the future to detail this history and the incredible efforts of others. In the meantime, join us as we forge a new group together.

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2020 Feb 29

Drawing Butterflies and Moths in Colored Pencil

9:30am to 12:30pm

Location: 

Harvard Museum of Natural History, 26 Oxford Street

Explore the beauty of butterflies and moths using preserved museum specimens. This three-hour workshop will introduce observational drawing techniques with pencil, and then dive into colored pencil techniques used to create a rich, vibrant image. All skill levels are welcome.

Fees: $58 members/ $65 nonmembers 

Advance registration required.

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2020 Feb 11

What Makes Chocolate "Good"?

6:00pm

Location: 

24 Oxford St. Cambridge, MA

Join as Carla Martin examines the cacao-chocolate industry and highlights the often-conflicting goals that can create gaps in social and environmental responsibility. A chocolate tasting will follow the program.

This program is recommended for guests over 18 years of age.

This event is free but advance registration is recommended.

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Commuter Coffee and SecuriTea

January 22, 2020

Information security tips and free 10-minute bike tune-ups at the 52 Oxford Street Garage on Jan. 29 from 8-10 a.m. Free coffee, tea, breakfast snacks and swag! Pre-register here.

2020 Jan 30

HUECU Webinar - How to Be Financially Fit in 2020

1:00pm to 2:00pm

Location: 

Online

What are your dreams? Take a vacation? Buy a home? Pay for college? GreenPath Financial Wellness is here to help you realize your dreams and set you up for success in 2020 and beyond through financial goal setting.
Do you have a 2020 spending plan yet? Are you adjusting your spending plan as changes occur?

GreenPath is here to help you create a spending plan and learn to work through life changes.

Do you have an emergency savings fund? We’...

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2020 Jan 21

HUECU Webinar - Savings Accounts and Strategies

1:35pm

Location: 

Online

Open to the Harvard University community, including teaching hospitals. HUECU membership not required. CDs, Money Markets, Savings Clubs, and more!
Learn the ins and outs of savings accounts and strategies.

Click here to learn more and register.

2020 Feb 27

HUECU Webinar - Save Money Through Debt Repayment

1:00pm to 1:30pm

Location: 

Online

Open to the Harvard University community, including teaching hospitals. HUECU membership not required. Repayment strategies to save you money. Credit card and student loans will be discussed.

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2020 Feb 08

I ♥ Science

10:00am to 4:00pm

Location: 

Harvard Museum of Natural History, 26 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA

Awaken your love of science with activities led by Harvard scientists, graduate students, and enthusiastic explorers. Meet scientists who investigate fossils, microbes, and carnivorous plants. Hear short talks on current research at Harvard. Explore fermenting microbes in action as they perform in a musical art installation! Bring your own collections to show to local shell and minerals clubs. This program has something for everyone and is appropriate for children and adults of all ages.

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