GSAS Alumni Day
On April 5, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences alumni and their guests are invited to a day-long celebration featuring afternoon symposiums on a variety of topics, and a keynote address, “Common Wealth: Economics for a Crowded Planet,” by economist Jeffrey Sachs ’76, Ph.D. ’81, chair and director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University (and 2007 GSAS Centennial Medalist). For details, or to register, contact the Harvard Graduate School Alumni Association at 617-495-5591 or visit www.gsas.harvard.edu.
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