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The Alumni College programs, run by the Harvard Alumni Association, range from day-long symposia to two-hour workshops and cover an array of topics. Alumni events offered this fall include:

  • Collection Series: Looking at Landscapes and Glass Flowers, in partnership with the Harvard Museum of Natural History.
  • Gallery Socials: An Evening at the Fogg, in partnership with the Harvard University Art Museums.
  • Career Series IV: Work-Life Balance, with retired professor of management practice Myra Hart, in partnership with Harvard Business School Career Services.
  • Criminology Series: DNA and Forensics, featuring associate professor of pathology Frederick Bieber and associate professor of public policy David Lazer.
  • Bookmarks: Williams professor of history and political science Roderick MacFarquhar, author of Mao’s Last Revolution, in partnership with the Harvard University Press.

For the latest details on events, visit http://post.harvard.edu/travel and click on ìAlumni College,î or call 617-495-1920.

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