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2017 Sep 21

Vanguard Webinar - Create Your Plan

2:00pm

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Online

Create Your Plan – This webinar is intended to show people that there are two keys to a comfortable retirement: saving enough and investing wisely. The goal is to get participants to increase their contribution rates or check their allocations, and then make changes if necessary.

Sponsored by Vanguard, one of Harvard's retirement plan companies, and open to all Harvard faculty and staff. Click here to register.

2017 Sep 20

Vanguard Webinar - Create Your Plan

3:00pm

Location: 

Online

Create Your Plan – This webinar is intended to show people that there are two keys to a comfortable retirement: saving enough and investing wisely. The goal is to get participants to increase their contribution rates or check their allocations, and then make changes if necessary.

Sponsored by Vanguard, one of Harvard's retirement plan companies, and open to all Harvard faculty and staff. Click here to register.

2017 Aug 28

OUT Played

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Boylston Hall, Room G-02

OUT Played: The Harvard Grad and Staff LGBTQ Board Game group was created to bring together non-undergraduate members of the Harvard community who are looking to connect with other like-minded people in a casual setting of games. The group is open to all sexualities and genders, and always open to allies.

The group meets in G02, Boylston Hall every Tuesday from 6-8pm. Enter through the door down the ramp, and continue forward and to the right. If the door is locked, knock and someone will let you in.

**Please note that you must have an affiliation with Harvard in order to...

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2017 Sep 05

Crimson Toastmasters Club

Repeats every month on the 3 of October, 1 times . Also includes Tue Sep 19 2017.
12:30pm to 1:30pm

12:30pm to 1:30pm

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Room 610, 6th Floor, 124 Mt Auburn Street, Cambridge, MA

We are a group of Harvard University staff, graduate students, and faculty members who meet to practice public speaking.  Meet every first and third Tuesday of each month from 1-2 p.m.  Learn more.

We invite anyone from the Harvard community to visit our upcoming meetings. Read the FAQs and How It Works.

2017 Aug 25

HGSE Freecycle

11:30am to 2:30pm

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Gutman Commons Café

Come by Gutman Café for the Graduate School of Education's bi-annual event to pick up something new-to-you or drop off items you no longer need, giving our community a chance to reuse rather than buy new.

 Items you’ll commonly find include office, school and kitchen supplies, toys and clothing. We donate remainders to Harvard Recycling for future Freecycle events at the University or to be shared with other charitable organizations.

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2017 Oct 13

Boston HUBweek - Coffee & Chocolate: Climate Change, Sustainability, and Gender Equity

6:00pm to 8:30pm

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Harvard Ed Portal, 224 Western Ave Boston, MA 02134

Can you imagine life without coffee or chocolate? No one wants to find out, but that’s exactly what could happen if climate change and gender injustice continue to challenge the future of these products. Learn how two local producers are grappling with these issues while remaining committed to superior quality and ethical sourcing of cacao and coffee beans. Join the Harvard Ed Portal for a talk and tasting led by Erika Koss of Northeastern University and Carla Martin of Harvard University and the Fine Cacao & Chocolate Institute.

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2017 Oct 11

Boston HUBweek - The Harvard Yard Archaeology Project Experienced in Augmented Reality

2:30pm to 3:30pm

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Cabot Science Library, 1 Oxford St, Cambridge, MA 02138

In Fall 2016, Harvard students continued campus excavations, focusing on the location of Harvard’s 17th century campus, which included the Old College—the oldest university building in the country—as well as the Harvard Indian College, other structures, and land. Archaeological and historical records of early Harvard bring to life the experiences of this institutional community, teaching us not only that is there an untold story to be unearthed, but also that we may have some things in common with our antecessors. As such, archaeological data recovered from Harvard Yard provide a richer...

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2017 Oct 10

Boston HUBweek - Giza 3D: Visualizing the Pyramids

1:00pm to 2:00pm

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Cabot Science Library, 1 Oxford St, Cambridge, MA 02138

As part of the Giza Project at Harvard, a 3D, archaeologically accurate computer model of the pyramids, tombs, and temples at the famous Giza Pyramids, just west of modern Cairo, is being used for teaching and research. The work is largely based on the excavations of the Harvard University–Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition (1905–1947). This talk will show the computer model, and present other experiments in new technologies for bringing the site back to life, for scholars, students, and the public worldwide.

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2017 Oct 10

Boston HUBweek - Programming the Future of AI: Ethics, Governance, and Justice

12:00pm to 1:00pm

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23 Everett St #2, Cambridge, MA 02138

The Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society will host a talk focused on the evolution of artificial intelligence, with a particular emphasis on ethics, governance, and criminal and social justice. Drawing from the research, community building, and educational efforts undertaken as part of our Ethics and Governance of Artificial Intelligence initiative, we will hold a discussion to share and reflect on insights from ongoing activities related to the judiciary and fairness. Key questions that animate our work...

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