Alumni Colleges

The Harvard Alumni Association offers numerous opportunities for alumni to stay in touch with their alma mater. Among them are a series of lectures, workshops, and educational/social events. For additional information on these “Alumni Colleges,” or to register for an event, call 617-495-1920, e-mail [email protected], or visit http://post.harvard.edu/travel and click on “Alumni College Program.”

On September 20, in Cambridge, author Gregg Hurwitz ’95 reads from and discusses his most recent book, The Crime Writer. On October 4, “An Evening at the Harvard Museum of Natural History” offers a discussion with curators along with wine and cheese. And on October 25, the director of career development programs at the Business School, Timothy Butler, presents information from his latest book, Getting Unstuck: How Dead Ends Become New Paths.

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