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Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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Monday, March 3, 2014

11:00 AM Mouin Rabbani: "The Kerry Plan: Deja Vu or Something New?"
11:45 AM From HKS to FEMA: A Conversation with Ashley Zohn
12:15 PM Science Education Across Mass Ave: PSSC and the History of (Harvard) Project Physics, 1961-1970
12:30 PM Rethinking Electricity Distribution Regulation
12:30 PM Changing Geopolitical World Energy Landscape: Challenges to Oil and Gas Producers, Focusing on the Gulf Cooperation Council
4:00 PM Coaching--A Platform for Excellence
6:00 PM Preventing Nuclear Terrorism: Prospects for the Upcoming Summit

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

12:00 AM Being Your Best Speaking Self: One on One Speech Coaching with Marjorie North
11:40 AM Mental Models for Public Speaking, a Public Speaking Workshop with Marie Danziger, HKS Lecturer in Public Policy
11:45 AM The Changing Landscape of Trade Agreements: Genetic Modification and International Trade
12:00 PM Dafna Linzer: "Patience in the Digital Age: Journalism in Real Time, Not Twitter Time."
4:00 PM The “Wingman” in the War Room: A Private Sector Perspective on Presidential Politics
4:00 PM Muslim Youth and The Post-9/11 World
4:10 PM Write and Publish Book Reviews, a Writing Workshop with Greg Harris, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy and Writing Consultant
6:00 PM Gender & Body Language: The Mechanics of Public Speaking
6:00 PM "Crisis in Ukraine: How should the US and Europe respond?"
6:00 PM Crisis in Ukraine: How Should U.S. and Europe Respond?
7:00 PM Navigating Employment in the Federal Service

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

11:45 AM CID Seminar: People Power as a Major Tool for Changing the World, from Kiev to Caracas
12:15 PM The U.S. Rebalance to Asia: A View from the Region
1:10 PM Just Breathe! How to add Power to your Voice and Calm your Nerves when Speaking in Public, a Public Speaking Workshop with Al
1:10 PM CID Seminar: Perspectives on Building a Financially Inclusive World
2:40 PM Improving Patient Safety: Barcoding of Unit Dose Pharmaceuticals
4:00 PM Policing and Politics
4:15 PM CANCELED: Violence Against Women Study Group: "Women in Chains" with Nazir Afsal.
6:00 PM The 2014 Goldsmith Awards Ceremony
6:00 PM Public Speaking for Non-Native Speakers

Thursday, March 6, 2014

8:30 AM Breakfast with New York Times Columnist, Roger Cohen: Testing times for the transatlantic relationship
9:00 AM Goldsmith Seminar on Investigative Reporting
11:40 AM WAPPP Research Seminar Series with Jooa Julia Lee
12:15 PM Adaptation in War: A "Boots on Ground" Perspective on the Counter-IED Fight in Afghanistan
3:30 PM Climate Change in the American Mind
4:00 PM "Do Partisan Media Matter for Democracy Today?"
4:00 PM Courts, Judges and Politics
4:00 PM 2014: Gender, Media and the Permanent Campaign
4:10 PM Writing and Pitching Op-eds, a Writing Workshop with Morgan McVicar, HKS MC/MPA 2003, and Writing Consultant
4:10 PM Expectations of the Next NATO Summit: Altered core functions, operations and a redefinition of the transatlantic link
5:30 PM Panel Discussion: "Refugees are Human Rights Violations Made Visible" with Luise Druke, Udo Janz, Laila Matar, Jonathan Moore
6:00 PM Cultural Citizenship
6:00 PM Middle East Film Series: The Mountain
7:00 PM Do Women Govern and Legislate Differently than Men?

Friday, March 7, 2014

8:30 AM International Women's Day Breakfast: Women Who Inspire
11:45 AM CID Speaker Series: Smallholder Finance: The Next Frontier of Financial Inclusion
2:00 PM DevCom goes to Nollywood, Digital Communications Workshop with Franco Sacchi, documentary filmmaker

Monday, March 10, 2014

12:00 PM Energy Policy Seminar: The Energy Outlook
12:15 PM Carbon Technocracy: East Asian Energy Regimes and the Industrial Modern
12:15 PM Treasury's War: The Unleashing of a New Era of Financial Warfare
3:00 PM Pipelines and Energy Infrastructure in Developing Countries: Risks and challenges
3:30 PM Motherland Lost: The Egyptian and Coptic Quest for Modernity
4:00 PM Financial Bubbles: Investors, Regulators, and the Press Share their Perspectives
4:00 PM Politics and Purpose led by Kevin Rudd
4:30 PM CID Book Launch: The Tyranny of Experts: Economists, Dictators, and Forgotten Rights of the Poor

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

11:45 AM Study Group: Trade Statistics and Global Value Chains
12:00 PM Michele Norris: "The Race Card Project: A Different Conversation about Race."
4:00 PM Yoram Peri: "What if Kerry’s Initiative Fails? Potential Consequences for Israel’s Future"
4:00 PM The "Wingman" in the War Room: A Private Sector Perspective on Presidential Politics
4:00 PM Muslim Youth and The Post-9/11 World
4:10 PM <b>Ambassador Kenichiro Sasae</b>: Japan, the US and the Future of Asia-Pacific
4:15 PM A Veterans Panel: Who are your classmates in the military? Have you really heard their stories?
4:30 PM Elisa Massimino, President and CEO of Human Rights First, one of the nation’s leading human rights advocacy organizations. *P
6:00 PM Latin America Study Group: "A Conversation on Civil Society, Violence and Resilience in Mexico" with Diane Davis and Maria El
7:00 PM Navigating Employment in the Federal Service

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

10:00 AM Planetary Defense Program
11:30 AM 'Upskirting,' Consent, and the Law
12:00 PM Benchmarking Safety and Justice in Developing Countries
12:15 PM The Two Koreas: Bad Decisions, Bad Consequences
4:00 PM Trafficking Working Group: "Tainted Carpets: Slavery and Child Labor in India's Hand-Made Carpet Sector, " Siddharth Kara dis
4:00 PM Policing and Politics
4:10 PM The Responsive City: A Conversation with Susan Crawford
6:00 PM The 21st Century's Technology Story: The Convergence of Biology with Engineering and the Physical Sciences

Thursday, March 13, 2014

11:40 AM WAPPP Research Seminar Series with Shelley Correll
12:00 PM "The Transition in Colombia and the Process to Build a Territorial Peace" with Sergio Jaramillo Caro, High Commissioner for P
12:15 PM Saudi Arabia and Nuclear Weapons: What Would Machiavelli Say?
4:00 PM Khalil al-Anani: "Egypt's Tortuous Transition: Challenges and the Future"
4:00 PM Peacekeeping Study Group, Session 3: "The politics behind UNAMA, ISAF and the US in Afghanistan" with Michael Semple
4:00 PM 2014: Gender, Media and the Permanent Campaign
4:00 PM Courts, Judges and Politics
6:00 PM Is America Really ‘Coming Apart’?

Friday, March 14, 2014

1:30 PM Transitional Justice Study Group (Special Added Session): "Transitional Justice in Practice: Iraq and Libya."

Thursday, March 20, 2014

12:15 PM The Boys: Ideological Extremism and Islamist In-fighting in the Somali Civil War

Monday, March 24, 2014

12:00 PM The Water-Energy Nexus in Oman and Abu Dhabi: A View from the Agricultural Sector
12:15 PM A Singular Patient? (Dis)assembling Diseases in the Postgenomic Era
2:40 PM The Good Opening (Sex, Beer and Rock n' Roll) a Public Speaking Workshop with Holly Weeks, HKS Adjunct Lecturer in Public Pol
4:00 PM Politics and Purpose
5:30 PM Nowruz Celebration!

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

12:00 AM World Peas CSA Subscriptions Now Accepted
12:15 PM Latin America Study Group: 'Justice in Guatemala Before and After the Rios Montt Trial' with Kirsten Weld.
12:30 PM Steve Frost, The Inclusion Imperative, Brown Bag Luncheon
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
4:10 PM How to Pitch a Journal or Magazine Article, a Writing Workshop with Greg Harris, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy and Writin
4:15 PM A Conversation on US Health Care: Why is Spending More Getting us Less?
4:15 PM FCD Topic: What We have Learned and the Future of the U.S. Military & Counterinsurgency Operations
6:00 PM A Conversation with Wendy Kopp
6:00 PM Assessing the Syrian Refugee Crisis in Jordan and Critical Review of the National and International Responses

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

11:45 AM M-RCBG seminar: Hedge Funds 101
12:00 PM Criminal Justice Lunchtime Talk Series: Executive Sessions on Policing and Community Corrections
12:30 PM CIA Red Cell
2:40 PM How to Use Social Media Analytics, a Digital Communications Workshop with Nicco Mele, HKS Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy.
4:00 PM POSTPONED - Now APRIL 16. Violence Against Women Study Group: "Breaking the Silence: Addressing Institutional Responses to VA
4:00 PM Policing and Politics
4:00 PM The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict - Can it be Solved?
4:10 PM Seminar in Environmental Economics and Policy
4:10 PM Cities, Technology and Democracy Study Group Session 3: From Potholes to Polices
4:10 PM Cities, Technology and Democracy Study Group Session 3: From Potholes to Policies with Quinton Mayne
4:30 PM Disability Rights & Realities Study Group: "Changing the Image of People with Disabilities" with Larry Rothstein Ph.D. co-fou

Thursday, March 27, 2014

11:40 AM WAPPP Research Seminar Series with Wendy Goldberg
11:45 AM Next Generation Compliance & Enforcement at EPA
12:15 PM Inside the Labyrinth: Policymaking in Iran
1:00 PM UK Ambassador to the U.S., Sir Peter Westmacott: "21st Century Challenges Facing Transatlantic Diplomacy"
1:30 PM Peacekeeping Study Group: "The United States and peacekeeping: 'Assertive multilateralism' and its discontents" with Charles
4:00 PM 2014: Gender, Media and the Permanent Campaign
4:00 PM Courts, Judges and Politics
4:10 PM How to Revise, a Writing Workshop with Morgan McVicar, HKS MC/MPA 2003 and Writing Consultant
6:00 PM Improving the State of the World: A Conversation with Klaus Schwab

Friday, March 28, 2014

8:30 AM Gough Whitlam Malcolm Fraser chair Australian Conference: “Dynamics of Transformational Environmental Policy Reform”
10:00 AM Carr Talk and Coffee with a special presentation by Harvard Advanced Leadership Fellow, Alberto Mora
10:00 AM Carr Talk and Coffee with Alberto Mora
11:45 AM CID Speaker Series: Global Health: Pillar of Development Paradigm, Challenges and Opportunities
12:15 PM A Report from the Elbe Group
1:30 PM Transitional Justice Study Group: "What Should We Teach - Curriculum, Textbooks and TJ Processes" with Felisa Tibbitts
4:00 PM Revisiting "The West Wing" ***THIS FORUM WILL BE TICKETED***

Monday, March 31, 2014

12:00 PM The Social Cost of Carbon in Federal Rulemaking
12:15 PM Sex, Lies and Technology: A Journalist's Encounters with Bioethics and Big Data
2:40 PM User-Friendly Speech Frameworks, a Public Speaking Workshop with Holly Weeks, HKS Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy
4:00 PM Politics and Purpose
6:00 PM Beyond a Last Chance: Challenges to achieving a Palestinian-Israeli Peace

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