Comings and Goings

Comings and Goings

The Harvard clubs host numerous social and intellectual gatherings around the country. Below is a partial list of late fall events. Visit www.haa.harvard.edu for local club websites, or contact the HAA's clubs and programs office at 617-495-3070.

On November 5, the Harvard Club of Western North Carolina hosts Loeb professor of classical art and archaeology David Mitten for a discussion on "Alexander the Great: A Man for All Seasons." Members of the Harvard Club of Cape Cod are invited to hear Louise Richardson, executive dean of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, talk about "Understanding Terrorism Today" on November 11. In New York City, science professor Robert Kirshner gives a talk on "The Extravagant Universe" at a GSAS Chapter event scheduled for November 22.

On December 6 in Washington, D.C., a GSAS Chapter event features "What It Takes to Connect the Dots: Individual vs. Team Approaches to Intelligence Analysis," a lecture by Cahners-Rabb professor of social and organizational psychology J. Richard Hackman. And on December 16, the Harvard Club of the Palm Beaches presents Sultan of Oman professor of international relations Joseph S. Nye, former dean of the Kennedy School.      

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