Reception

2nd Annual Destination: World Powered by PechaKucha

From Hong Kong to Cape Town, come learn how international experiences shape the lives of Harvard undergraduates. Nine students take to the stage to share their inspirational stories about global engagement, intellectual exploration and personal discovery made possible through experiences abroad. The event will be followed by an international food buffet and a chance for students to learn more about crafting their own international experiences while at Harvard.  

Harvard International Community Meet-and-Greet!

The Woodbridge International Society is proud to be part of World Wide Week to help connect the wider Harvard international community! Whether you are a current student, an alumnus, faculty, or with any other affiliation to any of the Harvard schools, join us at the Winthrop Junior Common Room from 4-6 PM on October 9 for a meet-and-greet with the international community. Come make new friends, reminisce with old ones and connect with members of the international community you might never meet otherwise.

Pastries and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided!

Engaging the World : Harvard College International Opportunities Fair

*Worldwide Week KICK OFF EVENT*

Join FAS Centers, programs and departments to learn about opportunities to travel, study and work abroad during J-term, spring break and summer. Talk with fellow students, gather information from campus-based offices and explore ways to elevate your time at Harvard through international experiences. Attendees are encouraged to join and participate in other events hosted across the University (information sessions, networking opportunities, and more!) throughout the rest of Worldwide Week. 

Bending the Arc: Film Screening and Panel Discussion

Join us for a documentary film screening of Bending the Arc, the story of Partners in Health, followed by a discussion on global health equity, research, and resilience with Dr. Paul Farmer, Dr. Salmaan Keshavjee, and Dr. Mercedes Becerra from Harvard Medical School’s Department of Global Health & Social Medicine. After the 45-minute movie clip and panel discussion, enjoy light refreshments and an opportunity to connect with colleagues and celebrate Harvard’s international activities.

Climate Change, the Environment and Oral Health

The panel will showcase some of HSDM’s work around the globe. We will convene our faculty to share their research in the "one health" concept and how the environment, veterinary medicine and craniofacial disease are linked; how the environment is impacting pediatric health globally; and how dental care and disease management are impacting the environment and climate.

Harvard Chan CultureFest

The Office for Student Affairs at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health invites you to participate in our annual CultureFest event on Thursday October 10th from 5:30-7:00 PM. Celebrate our diverse community with cultural snacks, music, activities, and more! All Harvard affiliates are welcome to attend this fun, social, and community-centered event. Contact studentaffairs@hsph.harvard.edu with any questions. 

Hosted by Harvard T.H. Chan Office for Student Affairs. 

 

All-Harvard Africa Mixer

The Harvard Center for African Studies invites you to join us for our annual All-Harvard Africa Mixer with African Food and Music! Learn about Africa-related activities and events planned for the Fall semester from students, faculty affiliates, and guests from across the university.

Harvard Asian American Alumni Alliance Global Summit

Innovators | Instigators | Inspirers

Friday 26 - Sunday 28 October! 

Please join hundreds of Asian and Asian American alumni, students, and faculty from seven decades of classes, every Harvard school, multiple continents, and many walks of life for an exciting weekend of exploration, connection, and inspiration! - Hear from prominent and fascinating alumni from a broad range of fields who have made a mark on their communities and society at large.

Gaetano Salvemini Colloquium in Italian History and Culture | A Mind Never at Rest: A Tribute to Franco Modigliani (1918-2003)

The 2018 Salvemini lecture will focus on the life of Italian-American economist Franco Modigliani, who was the recipient of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics in 1985. Modigliani was a professor at UIUC, Carnegie Mellon University, and MIT. This annual lecture series is named in honor of the Italian anti-fascist historian Gaetano Salvemini, who spent much of his career as a professor in the Harvard department of history.

"Songs in the Fog" Performance by Shinja Choi and Reception

Join us at the Arnold Arboretum as we come to the close of the Emerald Necklace Conservancy's Fog x FLO installation by artist Fujiko Nakaya. Returning from her successful opening performance here at the Arboretum, lyric soprano, Shinja Choi, will sing a selection of songs for the Arboretum's Fog x Hill. Shinja has performed operas and oratorios with orchestras in Korea, Japan, the United States, Germany, and more. She has won competitions in the United States, Austria, and Japan. Reception with the artist to follow the performance.

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