Harvard Arab Weekend

The Harvard Arab Alumni Association and the Middle East and North African Groups (MENA) at Harvard hosted a fourth annual gathering at the University on November 18-21. Among the major speakers were Queen Noor of Jordan, who gave the opening speech, and Prince Turki Al Faisal Al Saud, who presented “A Saudi Foreign Policy Doctrine for the New Decade.” Panel discussions focused on the global economy in the Middle East, as well as on career opportunities in medicine, public health, design, and education. For additional details, visit www.harvardarab-alumni.org/MENAweekend/index.php.

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