These talks look at works from around the world to consider questions of politics, activism, human rights, national borders, global citizenship, and the role of the arts in various contexts. Learn more here.
Harvard Heroes are colleagues who inspire us through their work, leadership, and excellence in support of Harvard – often behind the scenes. Do you have a Harvard Hero? Make your nomination using this easy online form through March 10.
Beginning April 3, Harvard faculty and staff will experience a new look and feel when they log into PeopleSoft, the University's HR system to view paychecks, make benefits elections each fall, report time and absences, and participate in performance management. Learn more here.
Author of Drawing the Landscape and Cartooning the Landscape, Chip Sullivan will present a series of exercises to help the participant find their own individual sources of intuition, inspiration and imagination. Learn more here.
These sessions give you the opportunity to meet one-on-one with local HR officers so you can learn more about Harvard’s schools and departments, including key initiatives and work environments. Learn more here.
Clinics are free and open to anyone with a Harvard ID, a HUGHP insurance card, or a HUSHP Blue Cross Blue Shield card.124 Mt. Auburn Street, University Place, Lobby,every Mon and Tues (except University holidays), Sept 19 to Dec 13, 12:00-3:00pm.