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Monday, October 15, 2012

12:15 PM Science, Technology, and Society Seminar: STS Circle at Harvard
12:15 PM Politico-legal Proceduralism, Belief in Scientific Method, and the Elevation of Means Over Ends in Modernity
12:15 PM Comprehensive Tax Reform and U.S. Energy Policy
12:45 PM "Israel's Strategic Situation in a Changing Middle East," a Belfer Center Director's Lunch with Major General Ido Nehushtan
1:10 PM "Persuasive Storytelling," a Public Speaking Workshop with Marie Danziger, HKS Lecturer in Public Policy
4:00 PM Human Rights to Water & Sanitation Study Group: Susan Murcott, "Lessons in Safe Drinking Water from Northern Ghana: Assessing
4:00 PM Former Prime Minister of Singapore: Managing a Changing World/Asia - Perspectives from a Small State
4:10 PM Bill Kristol - Editor of The Weekly Standard
4:30 PM Fit for the Future? A Closer Look at Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF)
4:30 PM Promoting Cycling and Walking for Sustainable Cities: Lessons from Europe and North America
5:00 PM Buttressing the Status Quo: The Problem of Algeria's "Opposition" and its Democratic Deficit
6:00 PM Harvard Kennedy School to attend APSIA New York admission forum

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

1:10 PM "Organizing your Writing Process," a Writing Workshop with Jerry Lanson, Associate Professor of Journalism, Emerson College,
2:30 PM "On Saudi Arabia: Its People, Past, Religion, Fault Lines — and Future," a Belfer Center Director's Seminar with Karen Elliot
2:40 PM Harvard/MIT Economic Development Seminar: "Political Favoritism and Economic Growth: Evidence from India"
4:10 PM "Army and Land Warfare," a For the Common Defense Study Group Meeting with former Army Officer Dan McConnell
4:30 PM How to Start a 501(c)3 Social Enterprise: Learning the Legal and Governance Basics. Frontline with Faculty Series
5:30 PM Harvard Kennedy School to attend APSIA Washington, DC graduate admission form
6:00 PM Speed Networking with Senior Fellows
6:00 PM “Mexico and the U.S.: A Strategic Partnership,” a David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies’ Mexico and Central Ame
9:00 PM Presidential Debate Watch Party

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

10:00 AM The Iranian Nuclear Dispute as a Challenge for Conflict Resolution
11:30 AM **EVENT POSTPONED** Student Policy Group on Human Trafficking: "Anti-Trafficking Litigation and Legislation"
11:45 AM Deborah Amos: "How Syrian Activists and Rebels Have Redefined Social Media to Change Society."
12:00 PM Financial Literacy Series (Part I): Investing Basics
12:00 PM "Can the Cash Transfers Revolution be Harnessed to Fight the Oil Curse?"
1:10 PM "Mental Models for Public Speaking," a Communications Program Workshop with Marie Danziger, HKS Lecturer in Public Policy
4:00 PM Seminar in Environmental Economics and Policy
4:00 PM Gov. Madeleine Kunin Book Event
4:00 PM The Role of Religion in the 2012 Campaign
4:00 PM Political Disruption:Occupy Wall Street. How it started. Where it went. Where it's going.
4:10 PM Seminar: Ethics and Climate Policy
4:30 PM Transparency for DOTs: Who Measures Up?

Thursday, October 18, 2012

11:40 AM Temporal Distance and Discrimination: An Audit Study in Academia
12:00 PM Navigating the Post-Peace Process Reality in Israel-Palestine
12:15 PM Credibility is Not Enough: The Failure of U.S. Compellent Threats, 1945–2011
2:30 PM "Cinema on Fire: A Reporter's Take on History, Free Expression, and the Muslim World." Discussion with Steve Inskeep, host of
2:30 PM The Student Movement in Chile: A Conversation with its Student Leaders
4:00 PM HRE Training Series: "Introduction to Negotiation Fundamentals and Difficult Conversations"
4:00 PM A Conversation on Leadership with Sheila Johnson
4:00 PM Technology, Innovation & Politics
4:10 PM The Harvard Seminar on History and Policy
6:00 PM Freddie & Fannie: Where They've Been, What To Do With Them
6:30 PM We're Not Broke: Film Screening and Panel Discussion
7:00 PM A Screening of Electoral Dysfunction
8:00 PM What happens when 5 billion people have computers in their pockets? 6 out of 7 people do not own computers. Soon they will h

Friday, October 19, 2012

12:00 AM Yemen in Transition: Challenges and Opportunities
11:45 AM CID Speaker Series: “Health Leadership in Africa: Asking Tough Questions”
12:00 PM "Policy Entrepreneurship for Science and Technology," a Belfer Center Director's Lunch with Thomas Kalil
2:00 PM Social Entrepreneurship at Harvard: Programs, Initiatives and Courses
2:10 PM Digital Communications Workshop - Communication Strategies to Support Development Programs and Projects, presented by Jamil S
3:00 PM Sexuality, Gender and Human Rights Study Group: "Media, Activism, and Queering U.S. History"
3:00 PM Contemporary Human Rights Issues in LATAM: "Human Rights in Colombia: A Tough Transition fromthe Uribe Era" with Jose Miguel
4:00 PM Lessons from the Cuban Missile Crisis, Then and Now

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