Asian American Alumni to Gather

Register now for the Harvard Asian American Alumni Summit 2010, which takes place October 15-17 in Cambridge. Asian Americans form one of the fastest-growing segments of the University alumni body, and President Drew Faust will welcome attendees at this inaugural conference. The event also brings together a diverse array of alumni speakers, including Christopher Lu, J.D. ’91, assistant to President Obama and secretary for the Cabinet, AOL Media and Studios president David Eun ’89, J.D. ’93, and William F. Lee ’72, co-managing partner of WilmerHale and the first Asian American elected to the Harvard Corporation. An authors showcase will feature novelists Gish Jen ’77, V.V. (Sugi) Ganeshananthan ’02, and Tania James ’03, and physician-authors Pauline W. Chen ’86 and Darshak Sanghavi ’92 will discuss the difficulties of twenty-first-century doctoring. For further details and registration, visit http://summit.haaaa.net. Early registration rates end September 15.

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