Since we have so many areas around the world with only a very few members, we are posting the list of featured events which the HAA emails to subscribers each month. It is one way we are able to help members meet alums in their areas and possibly expand our membership to develop stronger communities.

HAA Events for May

Cambridge & Boston-area Events

BOSTON /  MAY 19

Opening Reception: The Spirit Books, by Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord 

BOSTON / MAY 17

The Business of Food Part IV 

BOSTON / MAY 24

Commencement Dinner at Harvard Club of Boston 

BOSTON / MAY 24

Harvard Business School Association of Boston Annual Membership Event 

BOSTON / MAY 12

Family Hike: Pond Dipping at the Arboretum! 

BOSTON / MAY 15

Lilac Therapy Walk 

BOSTON / MAY 19

Impressions of Woody Plants: Disjunction, Two Artists, and the Arnold Arboretum 

BOSTON / MAY 5

Forest Bathing—Half-Day Retreat 

BOSTON / MAY 13

Lilac Sunday 

BOSTON / MAY 6

Lilacs, Lilacs, and Lilacs, Oh My! 

BOSTON / MAY 26

Alumni Night at the Pops 

CAMBRIDGE / MAY 25

Harvard Varsity Club All-Sport Reunion Party 

CAMBRIDGE / MAY 23

2018 Senior Letterwinners’ Dinner 

CAMBRIDGE / MAY 13

The Harvard Film Archive presents Visconti’s Sandra 

CAMBRIDGE / MAY 9

Radcliffe Fellows’ Presentation: Biological Motion 

PLYMOUTH, MA / JUN 11

Harvard Varsity Club Golf Tournament 

For events worldwide http://alumni.harvard.edu/programs-events

Online Events

Acing Your Interview

You have applied for a job and have landed an interview. Now what? Tune in to the HAA’s latest career webinar, as Matthew Temple AB ’86 discusses a range of topics and tips to help you ace the interview process.

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 Webinar: How to Drive Companies from Funding to Exit | January 17

 Getting onto Boards: Recruiting and Preparing Women for the Boardroom | Watch

 Creating Fulfillment and Minimizing Stress in Your Everyday Life | Watch

 Reinventing Your Career with Matthew Temple AB ’86 | Watch

 Returning to Work After a Career Break with Carol Fishman Cohen MBA ’85 | Watch

Radcliffe Institute Events

Although the Radcliffe Institute Events take place in Radcliffe Yard, one has the option on the site to click on Past Events and With Audio.  

RADCLIFFE INSTITUTE PANEL DISCUSSIONS in February 

Algorithmic Accountability

Thursday, April 19, 4:15 PM

Ben Shneiderman, Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Computer Science, founding director of the Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory, and member of the Institute for Advanced Computer Studies, University of Maryland, College Park 

Vital services such as financial trading, health care, and transportation rely on sophisticated algorithms. In this talk, Shneiderman will discuss strategies to design stronger checks to prevent failures.

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The Alzheimer Enigma: The Causes of the Dementia Epidemic

Monday, April 23, 5 PM

Albert Hofman, Stephen B. Kay Family Professor of Public Health and Epidemiology, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Hofman will address questions about Alzheimer’s using findings from the Alzheimer Cohorts Consortium and paint a picture less bleak than previously thought: the incidence of Alzheimer’s may be on the decline.

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