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Monday, February 3, 2014

12:00 AM 2014 Harvard Valentine's Day Toiletry & Cosmetic Drive!
12:00 PM A Different Way to Look at Carbon Emissions in China
12:15 PM The Import of Expertise: Towards an International History of Indian Economic Planning
6:00 PM The Monuments Men: Rescuing Art from the Nazis

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

12:00 AM 2014 Harvard Valentine's Day Toiletry & Cosmetic Drive!
12:00 PM Latin America Study Group, Session 1: 'What we've left behind. How things look today,' an introduction to this spring's study
4:00 PM The Quest for Universal Health Coverage: The Challenge of Cancer & Lessons from Mexico’s Seguro Popular
4:10 PM Using Twitter Effectively, a Digital Communications Workshop with David Gerzof Richard, Professor of Media Relations, Social
4:30 PM Book Launch: Diplomatic Counterinsurgency - Lessons from Bosnia and Herzegovina
6:30 PM Institute of Politics Open House

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

12:30 PM POSTPONED! Russia on Stage: Sochi, Putin, Terror and Diplomacy
2:40 PM Homeland Security: Benefit-Cost Analysis without Estimating Benefits
3:00 PM Organize Your Research with Zotero
4:00 PM Matthew Gentzkow and Tim Groeling: "Partisan Media and Democracy: An Historical Perspective."
4:15 PM POSTPONED DUE TO SNOW: Violence Against Women Study Group: "Whose Liberty? Rethinking Rape Law and the Status of Women as Vic
4:30 PM POSTPONED: Ambassador Kenichiro Sasae: Japan, the US and the Future of Asia-Pacific

Thursday, February 6, 2014

10:00 AM CANCELLED: Dr. Michael Yaffe: "Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations: The U.S. Role"
11:30 AM Using Zotero on Your iPad
11:40 AM The Executive Summary for White Papers and Briefing Books, a Writing Workshop with Sushma Raman, HKS MC/MPA 2013, HKS Adjunct
11:40 AM WAPPP Research Seminar Series with Kira Sanbonmatsu
11:45 AM Jay Rosengard on Regulatory Constraints to Financial Inclusion
12:15 PM Afghanistan: A Post-Mortem of U.S. Policymaking
1:00 PM Intelligence in the Private Sector
2:30 PM World Trade and Global Governance
4:10 PM Writing the Opinion Column-Part 1-Generating Ideas, a Writing Workshop with Diane McWhorter, Shorenstein Center, Rosenthal Wr
6:00 PM Russian Politics from Snowden to Sochi
6:30 PM Joint Schools Students of Color Mixer

Friday, February 7, 2014

9:30 AM Study Group with M-RCBG Senior Fellow Esko Aho: Reframing Government for the 21st Century
10:00 AM Find It @ Harvard
10:00 AM Carr Talk and Coffee with special presenter Kathryn Sikkink
11:45 AM CID Speaker Series: Transitional Justice: Enhancing the Right to Health through Truth Commissions
12:15 PM The Challenge of Reaching a Final Comprehensive Agreement on Iran's Nuclear Program

Monday, February 10, 2014

12:00 PM Environmental and Technology Policy Options in the Electricity Sector: Interactions and Outcomes
12:15 PM Modeling without "Target" Maps: Scientific Cooperation on Atmospheric Pollution in the Cold War
12:15 PM Days of Fire: Bush and Cheney in the White House
12:30 PM Leading Above & Beyond: Space and Cyberspace with Certain Uncertainty with General William L. Shelton
4:30 PM Re-rebalancing: America, Europe and the New Silk Road
5:00 PM Intern Fair - Evidence for Policy Design (EPoD)

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

11:40 AM What is Your One Sentence?, a Public Speaking Workshop with Mimi Goss, President, Mimi Goss Communications, Inc., HKS Exec. E
12:00 PM David Carr: "That Media Model Is So Yesterday: Catching up with the present future we are living through."
12:00 PM Latin America Study Group: 'Then and Now: What's Changed in the Struggle for Human Rights in Central America' with guest pres
2:30 PM Future of Intelligence Seminar: Former MI6 Chief on Intelligence and Good Policy Making
3:00 PM Organize Your Research with Zotero
4:15 PM Emergency Operations at Harvard: An Overview of Systems, Partnerships & Recent Incidents
4:15 PM Why Defense Will Never Work: Defending the network from cyber-attack. Prof. Jim Waldo, HU CIO; Mr. Stephen Boyer, CTO BitSigh
4:15 PM For the Common Defense Seminar

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

10:00 AM American Grand Strategy and the Nuclear Revolution
10:10 AM Style and Structure for White Papers, Briefing Books, SYPA's and PAE's, a Writing Workshop with Luci Herman, Lecturer in Writ
12:00 PM Andrea Mitchell: "Media Coverage of Politics and Foreign Policy"
2:40 PM Advocacy Communications: Shaping Arguments to Move Audiences, a Writing Workshop with Luci Herman, Lecturer in Writing and Rh
2:40 PM Benefit-Cost Analysis in a Nuisance Lawsuit: State of North Carolina v. Tennessee Valley Authority
4:00 PM Audre Lorde Human Rights Lecture Series: "Race, Gender, and the Criminal Justice Reform Agenda: Expanding Our Discussion to I
4:30 PM Disability Rights & Realities Study Group, Session 1: "How Academics can make a Difference" with HLS Professor Michael Stein.

Thursday, February 13, 2014

11:40 AM Framing for Politics and Policy. A Writing Workshop with Luci Herman, Lecturer in Writing and Rhetoric, Stanford Law School.
11:40 AM WAPPP Research Seminar Series with Kathleen McGinn
11:40 AM WAPPP Research Seminar Series with Kathleen McGinn
12:15 PM National Security Decision-Making in Israel
3:00 PM The M-RCBG Spring Student Reception
4:00 PM Crossing the 2014 Climate Divide: Scientists, Skeptics & the Media
4:00 PM Peacekeeping Study Group, Session 1: "Humanitarian actors and peacekeeping missions in the field: perceptions, practices and
4:00 PM Pascal Menoret: "Graveyard of the Clerics: Suburbanization and the Politics of Dissent in Saudi Arabia"
4:10 PM Writing the Opinion Column: Part 2-Ledes, Billboards, and the Kicker, a Writing Workshop with Diane McWhorter, Shorenstein Ce
6:00 PM The State of the Economy
6:00 PM Middle East Film Series: Fill the Void
6:30 PM Speak Out, Speak Loud: A Spoken Word Night on Navigating Identity at Harvard

Friday, February 14, 2014

9:30 AM Using Zotero on Your iPad
11:45 AM CID Speaker Series: Role of Development Banks in Development
1:30 PM Transitional Justice Study Group, Session 2: "Peacekeeping and Transitional Justice" with Rob Wilkinson.
2:10 PM Community Supported Filmmaking: From Afghanistan to Boston's Immigrant Community, a Digital Communications Workshop with Mich
4:00 PM One for You, One for Me: The Story of Two Degrees Food Bars and a For-Profit Social Enterprise

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

11:40 AM What You Need to Know before Going on TV. A Public Speaking Workshop with Rachel Hanfling, TV Producer, Media Consultant.
11:45 AM Study Group on the Changing Landscape of Trade Agreements: Fragmentation and Facilitation
12:00 PM Caryl Rivers and Rosalind Barnett: "The New Soft War on Women: Harmful Media Narratives about Gender."
12:00 PM "The Greatest Stage on Earth: Sport, Politics, and Human Rights" with Ken Shulman '04
12:00 PM Democratic Innovation in India—Aruna Roy and Harsh Mander in Dialogue
1:00 PM Egyptian Salafist Parties: The Way Forward
4:00 PM The “Wingman” in the War Room: A Private Sector Perspective on Presidential Politics
4:15 PM For the Common Defense Seminar
4:30 PM Criminal Justice Internship Funding and Networking
6:00 PM HKS Students Reception and Networking Opportunity with Advanced Leadership Fellows
6:00 PM Accelerating Change: The Way Ahead for Defense Intelligence

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

10:00 AM Nuclear 101: Technologies and Institutions for Nuclear Security (NEW DATE)
12:00 PM M-RCBG seminar: How Social Movements Succeed--Lessons from HIV/AIDS
1:00 PM "Transforming the United Nations System - Designs for a Workable World," with University of Minnesota Professor, Joseph E. Sc
1:10 PM How to Launch Your Own Website Using WordPress, a Digital Communications Workshop presented by Ken Gagne, Web Producer, MIT M
2:40 PM EPA's Cross-State Air Pollution Rule: The Science and Art of Estimating Benefits
4:00 PM Violence Against Women Study Group: "The Status of Violence Against Women, Laws in Place and Campaigns Carried Out to Create
4:00 PM Economic Forecast: Challenges and Opportunities
4:10 PM Seminar in Environmental Economics and Policy
5:30 PM A Roundtable Discussion with Tim Smith, Senior Vice President and Director of ESG Engagement for Walden Asset Management
6:00 PM The Making of "Mitt"

Thursday, February 20, 2014

12:00 AM February 2014 FreeCycle Thursday 2/20/14!
11:40 AM Making Meetings Matter, a Public Speaking Workshop with Madeline Snow, MPA 2001. She works with groups and individuals to im
11:40 AM WAPPP Research Seminar Series with Erin Reid
11:45 AM Revisiting the Politics of the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act
12:15 PM Between Power and Pride: Status-Seeking and Nuclear Proliferation in India
4:00 PM 2014: Gender, Media and the Permanent Campaign
4:10 PM Writing the Opinion Column-Part 3-The Personal as the Political (or Cultural.) A Writing Workshop with Diane McWhorter, Shore

Friday, February 21, 2014

10:00 AM Miscalculated Ambiguity? Assessing the Strategic Implications of Conventional Prompt Global Strike
12:15 PM Enhancing Deterrence and Advancing Nuclear Security
4:00 PM POSTPONED TO APRIL: Ambassador Cui Tiankai: China's role in the Asia-Pacific region and China-U.S. relations
4:00 PM China's Role in Asia-Pacific Region & China-U.S. Relations

Saturday, February 22, 2014

7:00 PM Apollo Night

Monday, February 24, 2014

10:10 AM PowerPoint: Friend or Foe? - A Digital Communication Workshop with Madeline Snow, MPA 2001. She works with groups and indivi
12:00 PM Tailoring Energy Deployment Policies to Support Innovation in Specific Energy Technologies
12:15 PM "The Body is Like an Automobile Chassis": Visualizing Control at the Henry Ford Hospital
3:00 PM Ambassador James F. Jeffrey: Iraq in the Midst of an Unstable Middle East
6:00 PM Gender, Race, and Public Speaking. Navigating Identity in Public Speaking Workshop Series

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

11:45 AM The Changing Landscape of Trade Agreements: Advocacy and the Forces of Change
11:45 AM Regulatory Policy Program Seminar: Old Statutes, New Problems
12:00 PM Ben Smith: "BuzzFeed: The New Newsroom...Is It the Future?"
12:00 PM Latin America Study Group: 'Latin American Indigenous Movements and Human Rights Today'
1:00 PM Being Your Best Speaking Self: One on One Speech Coaching with Marjorie North
2:00 PM Building Cooperation and Governance in Afghanistan
4:00 PM Muslim Youth and The Post-9/11 World
4:00 PM The “Wingman” in the War Room: A Private Sector Perspective on Presidential Politics
4:00 PM Navigating Employment in the Federal Service
4:00 PM Felipe Michelini presents "A New Latin American Human Rights Agenda in the Making? New drug policy, equality laws (same sex m
4:10 PM The Productive Writer, a Writing Workshop with Greg Harris, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy and Writing Consultant
4:15 PM For the Common Defense Seminar
4:15 PM Intelligence & Democracy: Perspectives from Intelligence Community Officers
4:30 PM Anne Gearan: "The View from the Back of the Plane: Assessing John Kerry's Globetrotting First Year."
4:30 PM The View From the Back of the Plane: Assessing John Kerry’s Globetrotting First Year
8:00 PM Democratic Candidates for MA Governor Forum

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

8:00 AM TEDx: El desarrollo economico como un juego de scrabble
9:00 AM Jill Dougherty (CNN) & Stephen Sestanovich (CFR): Russia’s Role on the Global Stage
11:45 AM A New Climate Agreement in 2015: Opportunities and Challenges
11:45 AM Michael Posner: Carr Speaker Series-The Obama Human Rights Policy: The Unfinished Agenda
12:00 PM Criminal Justice Lunchtime Talk Series: The Boston Reentry Study
12:15 PM POSTPONED! Maximalism and Retrenchment: How America Overdoes Both
1:10 PM The 5 Secrets of Powerful Public Speakers, a Public Speaking Workshop with Marie Danziger, HKS Lecturer in Public Policy
2:30 PM Future of Intelligence Seminar: Michael Allen, Author of "Blinking Red."
2:40 PM Learning What Works--Education Programs in Developing Countries
4:00 PM Thinking about the Future--Why Isn't Everybody Buying Retirement Annuities?
4:00 PM Policing and Politics
4:10 PM Seminar in Environmental Economics and Policy
4:30 PM Disability Rights & Realities Study Group, Session 2: "The state of disability rights in Massachusetts: the perspective of an
6:00 PM The View from the Audience: Fighting Our Own Prejudices A Workshop with Lisa Coleman;
6:00 PM The Unknown Known - Film Screening and Discussion Featuring Director Errol Morris

Thursday, February 27, 2014

11:40 AM Using Social Media to Launch your Campaign or Organization, a Digital Communication Workshop with Morra Aarons-Mele, HKS MC/M
11:40 AM WAPPP Research Seminar Series with Kathleen Gerson
12:00 PM Peacekeeping Study Group, Session 2: "Human Rights Investigations by UN peacekeeping operations" with Alexis Guidotti.
12:15 PM Go Your Own Way? Alliance Coercion, Strategic Reassurance, and West German Nuclear Ambitions
12:15 PM Imagining the China of 2023
1:30 PM Defense Seminar with General Daniel B. Allyn
2:00 PM Frances Kamm’s Book Talk and Panel Discussion on "Bioethical Prescriptions"
4:00 PM 2014: Gender, Media and the Permanent Campaign
4:00 PM Courts, Judges and Politics
4:10 PM Writing the Opinion Column-Part 4-The Art of the Revision. A Writing Workshop with Diane McWhorter, Shorenstein Center, Writ
4:30 PM Juan E. Mendez: Carr Speaker Series -The Obama Human Rights Policy: The Unfinished Agenda
6:00 PM Middle East Film Series: Fill the Void
7:00 PM The Brand IDEA: A Discussion and Book Signing

Friday, February 28, 2014

11:45 AM CID Speaker Series: Evidence Action: Moving Successful RCTs to Scale
12:00 PM Mideast Meltdown: Beyond the Arab Transitions
1:30 PM Transitional Justice Study Group, Session 3: "Engaging Rural, Displaced, and Diasporic Communities in Transitional Justice"
2:10 PM Communication Strategies to Support Development and Projects, a Digital Communications Workshop with Jamil Simon, President,

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