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Monday, April 1, 2013

12:00 PM Decision-Making Under Scarcity: Navigating the Water-Energy Nexus in the Yellow River Basin, People's Republic of China
12:15 PM A Common European Space? Harmonizing the Sustainability of European Biofuels
4:00 PM The Future of the GOP: Political Engagement – The Business Viewpoint
6:00 PM International NGOs and Celebrities: A Discussion with Valeria Mazza

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

11:45 AM 4/2 CPL Invite: All About Networking - A Spring 2013 Lunch Conversation with Theresa Ellis
12:00 PM Dana Bash: "Covering Congress in a Challenging Political Landscape"
4:00 PM Gaining Separation: Assessing the Obama and Romney Advertising Strategies
4:00 PM Art of Communications: Public Diplomacy 2.0 – The role of broadcasting and technology in America’s communications
4:00 PM A Deep Dive into Congressional Elections
4:10 PM Arctic Power: New National Security Challenges
5:00 PM Lessons from the Cold War
7:00 PM Pope Francis: Does A New Pope Mean Change?

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

10:00 AM Accelerate the Accelerators! Are There Alternatives to Nuclear Research Reactors?
12:00 PM The Odd Couple: Bank Regulation and Human Rights in Peru
12:15 PM "China's New Leadership and the Prospects for Economic and Political Reform," a Belfer Center Director's Lunch
12:30 PM Neighborhood Recovery Efforts in New Orleans: A Book Talk by Tom Wooten
1:10 PM "Write and Publish Book Reviews" - Writing Workshop presented by Greg Harris, HKS Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy, Writing
4:00 PM "Fighting Cultural Suppression in Guatemala through Preservation of Mayan Language in Community Radio"
4:00 PM China's Rise, America's Response
4:10 PM Seminar in Environmental Economics and Policy
4:10 PM The MoveOn Effect: The Unexpected Transformation of American Political Advocacy
4:30 PM Egypt: A Look to the Future
6:00 PM China Rising

Thursday, April 4, 2013

11:40 AM Condoning Stereotyping: How Awareness of Stereotyping Prevalence Impacts Stereotype Expression in Negotiations and Beyond
11:45 AM Who Gains and Who Loses? Assessing the Distributional Effects of Environmental, Health, and Safety Regulations
12:15 PM 1957: The Origins of European Union & Lessons for Today
1:10 PM "Everything You Need to Know about Plagiarism" - Writing Workshop presented by Morgan McVicar, MC/MPA 2003
1:30 PM A Conversation on Bipartisan Leadership and Service with Governor Jon Huntsman
4:00 PM Civil and Civic Engagement: Working Together Toward A Better Community - The Power of Urban and Suburban Mechanics
4:00 PM The Next War? Iran, Israel and the U.S. at the Crossroads
4:10 PM What Does it Mean to Lose Latin America? A Long View of US-Latin American Relations
6:00 PM Afghanistan: How to End the War?

Friday, April 5, 2013

8:30 AM Future of Afghanistan Conference
11:45 AM CID Speaker Series Featuring: Daryl Collins
11:45 AM Blurring Boundaries: Human Rights in Armed Conflicts
12:00 PM Reflections on Educational and International Leadership - A Roundtable Discussion with Allan Goodman
12:00 PM Prison memoir from communist Laos: a conversation with Bounsang Khamkeo
12:15 PM "North Korea's Nuclear Weapons: Perceptions, Reality and Options," a Belfer Center Director's Lunch with Dr. Chung Mong Joon
2:00 PM Cross-Cultural Leadership in a Changing City: Supervisor David Campos and the politics of change in San Francisco
4:00 PM Black Policy Conference Keynote by Congressman Elijah Cummings

Monday, April 8, 2013

12:00 PM The Costs and Benefits of Carbon Taxes in China
12:15 PM Coded Collaboration: Doing Mathematics with Computers in the Second Half of the Twentieth Century
4:00 PM The Future of the GOP
4:00 PM Social Policy Entrepreneurship
4:15 PM SOUTH ASIA WEEK: Prospects for Pakistan
4:30 PM Measuring Impact at Scale... Really?
5:00 PM Asylum seekers or 'infiltrators'? The treatment of Sudanese and Eritreans in Israel
5:30 PM Religion in the Public Square: Contemporary Reflections with Jim Wallis and Rev. Jonathan Walton
6:00 PM Is America Working? What Business and Government Can Do

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

12:00 PM Keith Richburg: "China Wired: Internet Activism in the PRC."
12:00 PM Monetary Policy and Wealth Management in a Small Petroleum Economy
1:00 PM Kirsten Roberts presents "Implementing Human Rights Education through Policy and Practice: The example of the Irish Human Rig
2:00 PM "The Current Outlook for the U.S. Economy," a Belfer Center Director's Seminar with Martin Feldstein
4:00 PM A Deep Dive into Congressional Elections: 2012, 2013 and Beyond
4:00 PM The Art of Communications
4:00 PM "North Korea: A Serious Threat of War?" a Belfer Center Director's Seminar with Gary Samore
4:10 PM Military Soft Power: The National Guard State Partnership Program, LTC George Mason
4:15 PM SOUTH ASIA WEEK: India and the Indo-Pacific

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

12:00 PM Public Education in Massachusetts: A Vision for the Future
1:10 PM "How to Pitch a Journal or Magazine Article" - Writing Workshop presented by Greg Harris, HKS Adjunct Lecturer in Public Poli
1:10 PM Innovation in American Government: Change and Continuity Over Two Decades
3:00 PM The Gettysburg Project: Understanding and Revitalizing Civic Engagement. Frontline with Faculty Series.
4:00 PM Social Policy Entrepreneurship
4:00 PM China's Rise, America's Response
4:10 PM Seminar in Environmental Economics and Policy
4:10 PM Reinventing Urban Democracy in New York and Somerville
5:30 PM A Nation of Gamblers: Real Estate Speculation and American History
6:00 PM Middle East Initiative Book Talk: Brokers of Deceit

Thursday, April 11, 2013

10:10 AM --CANCELED-- "Organizing Your Writing" - Writing Workshop presented by Jerry Lanson, Associate Professor of Journalism, Emers
11:40 AM Black Women Mobilizing Intersectionality in Urban Land Rights Struggles in Brazil
12:15 PM Iraqi Foreign Policymaking 2003-2013: Colonized, Weak, Fierce
4:00 PM SOUTH ASIA WEEK: Low Cost, High-impact Innovative Solutions For the Bottom 2 Billion
4:00 PM Transitional Justice Seminar Series: "Transitional Justice Toolkit - Healing a Traumatized Society"
4:00 PM America's Changing Face - And Politics
4:00 PM Civil and Civic Engagement: Building Better Communities
4:15 PM Impact Investing: Shaping an Industry by Tackling Systemic Barriers. Frontline with Faculty Series.
4:15 PM SOUTH ASIA WEEK: The Surge to Uncertainty - An examination of America's strategy in Afghanistan
4:30 PM Panel Discussion: The United Nations Declaration on the Rights Indigenous Peoples

Friday, April 12, 2013

11:45 AM SOUTH ASIA WEEK: Looking East, Looking West: US Support for India’s Regional Leadership
11:45 AM CID Speaker Series Featuring: Sudhir Vadaketh, MPP '05
12:30 PM Arab Transitions: The Missing Development Piece

Monday, April 15, 2013

12:00 PM Getting Electricity Prices Right: New Approaches to Scarcity Pricing
12:15 PM Corporations in the Scientific and Political Life of Early Modern England
12:15 PM "The Future of Venezuela: Oil and Politics," a Belfer Center Director's Seminar with Dr. Francisco Monaldi
4:00 PM Asylum: A blessing for some, a barrier for others, and almost always a legal maze.
4:00 PM The Future of the GOP
4:00 PM Climate Change: Where Are We Now and Where Are We Going
5:00 PM A Panel Conversation with Social Entrepreneurs from China
6:00 PM Unexpected Allies: The New Coalition of Gay Marriage Advocates

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

11:45 AM Gary Gensler on Swaps Market Reform: Increasing Transparency and Lowering Risk
11:45 AM Starting Your Own Venture: the Good, the Bad, the Ugly, and the Sublime - A Spring 2013 Lunch Conversation with Theresa Ellis
12:00 PM University Endowments and Universal Owners: The Sustainability Challenge
12:00 PM Alan Khazei: "What's Your Action Tank Strategy? Bridging Policy and Direct Service."
12:00 PM "Human Rights as Public Service" a discussion with Charlie Clements, Felisa Tibbitts, Rupert Elderkin, and Luka Kuol
12:00 PM National Guard Disaster Response, LTC Ritchie Rollins
4:00 PM A Deep Dive into Congressional Elections: 2012, 2013 and Beyond
4:00 PM The Art of Communications
4:15 PM Stephen Hadley, Former National Security Advisor: Can we negotiate with Iran?

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

11:30 AM Student Policy Group on Human Trafficking. Topic: "Trafficking in Organs"
12:15 PM "The Future of Nuclear Diplomacy in North Korea," a Belfer Center Director's Lunch with Ambassador Glyn T. Davies
1:10 PM "How to Write a Nonfiction Book Proposal" Writing Workshop presented by Greg Harris, HKS Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy
3:30 PM A Discussion with Marshall Ganz: Making an Impact at HKS
4:00 PM Special Speaker Series: Future of Colombia
4:00 PM Social Policy Entrepreneurship
4:00 PM China's Rise, America's Response
4:10 PM Seminar in Environmental Economics and Policy
4:10 PM Recognizing Public Value
6:00 PM Presidential Leadership and the Rise of American Power

Thursday, April 18, 2013

9:00 AM Facts and Futures: Expertise Between Science and Law
10:10 AM Anyone Can Be a Wikipedian: Lessons for Future Contributors in Public Policy, Digital Communications Workshop
11:40 AM Thriving Despite Negative Stereotypes: How Ingroup Experts and Peers Act as Social Vaccines to Inoculate Women's Self-concept
12:15 PM Confronting the Reality of a Rising Nuclear-armed China
3:00 PM Challenges to Telecommunication Regulation
4:00 PM Human Rights to Water & Sanitation Study Group: "Using advocacy to translate technical expertise into tangible change: the UN
4:00 PM Civil and Civic Engagement: Building Better Communities
4:00 PM Transitional Justice Seminar Series: Transitional Justice Toolkit - Amy Tan will present 'Transitional Justice & Terror'
4:00 PM U.S. Policy in a Time of Transition: Ending Occupation, Enhancing Israel's Security, Realizing Palestinian Sovereignty
4:15 PM The Role of Religiously-Based Nonprofits in U.S. Social Policy. Frontline with Faculty Series.
4:15 PM Nuclear Security in an Age of Budget Uncertainty
6:00 PM A Decade in Iraq: Lessons and the Landscape Ahead
7:00 PM American Promise Film Screening

Friday, April 19, 2013

11:45 AM CID Speaker Series Featuring: Christina Riechers, MPA/ID '12
12:15 PM "Strengthening Civil-Military Relations" a Belfer Center Director's Lunch with Michele Flournoy

Monday, April 22, 2013

10:00 AM The Evolution of Pakistan's Nuclear Posture
10:40 AM Business and Vision in Today’s World: A leadership conversation with Ofra Strauss
12:00 PM Evaluating Licensing Agreements for Technology Diffusion at the U.S. National Labs
12:00 PM Bringing Human Services Technology into the 21st Century
12:00 PM Barbara Jordan Award for Women's Leadership
12:00 PM Jane Mansbridge Research Award
12:00 PM Holly Taylor Sargent Prize for Women's Advancement
12:15 PM Vocabularies of Method: Pragmatism and the History of Science
2:00 PM CID Speaker Seminar Featuring: Sabina Alkire
3:00 PM Entrepreneurial Leadership: Naturally Powered (ZICO-pure coconut water samples will be provided!)
4:00 PM The Future of the GOP
4:15 PM Iran, Mossadegh and the 1953 Coup
4:30 PM Harvard Kennedy School visits Atlanta
4:30 PM Equitable Food Initiative: Emerging Lessons From Collaboration on Food Justice

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

11:30 AM What Are Foundations For?
3:30 PM Note NEW TIME: Fracking China: Energy Security
3:30 PM Note NEW TIME: Fracking China: Energy Security
6:00 PM Turning the Corner: Strategic and Budgetary Choices for U.S. Defense

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

10:00 AM The Future of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime
4:00 PM OBAMA'S DILEMMA: How the Media Influence Public Debate on the Keystone XL Pipeline Decision
4:00 PM The Chevron Case in Ecuador: Maria Aguinda's Fight to Bring a Major Corporation to Justice
4:10 PM Seminar in Environmental Economics and Policy
4:30 PM Military Film Series: 12 O'Clock high
6:30 PM Is a New Progressive Movement Upon Us?: Lessons from a Century of Social Justice Leadership, a lecture by author Peter Dreier

Thursday, April 25, 2013

10:00 AM Energy and the Arab Awakening
11:40 AM Female Managers and Gender Inequality: Evidence from Private Sector Firms
12:00 PM A Conversation with David Vitale
12:00 PM Beyond Harvard: Public Policy Research as HKS Alumni
12:15 PM Better Than The Truth: Extra-factual Sources of Threat Conception and Proliferation
1:10 PM The Art of the Ask: Surefire Strategies for Effective Fundraising, Public Speaking Workshop with Ian Palmquist, MC/MPA 2012
2:30 PM Global Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Defense Programs—National and Global Efforts and Challenges
2:45 PM Navigating a Multispecies World: A Graduate Conference on the Species Turn
4:10 PM What Should Foreign Policy Makers Learn (or not) From History?
4:10 PM Peking Tom Perspectives: Seminar in Honor of Richard Baum
4:10 PM The New Digital Age: Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman Google Inc.,
4:15 PM Designing International NGO Governance. Frontline with Faculty Series.
6:00 PM Community Event Featuring: José Antonio Ocampo
6:00 PM Implementing PerformanceStat: Lessons From the Field
6:00 PM Saudi Arabia's Foreign Policy Doctrine After the Arab Awakening

Friday, April 26, 2013

11:40 AM Jim Tull: "Humanitarian Negotiations for Frontline UN Staff"
11:45 AM CID Speaker Series Featuring: Guy Stuart

Saturday, April 27, 2013

12:00 PM Harvard Health Equity and Leadership (HEAL) Conference

Monday, April 29, 2013

12:00 PM Power Sector Technology Investment Planning Under Uncertainty
12:15 PM Courting Innovation: The Constitution(s) of Indian Biomedicine
12:15 PM "Mr. Putin: Operative in the Kremlin" Belfer Center Director's Lunch with Fiona Hill
12:30 PM Building Capacity for Science, Technology, and Innovation for the Left-Behind in Science: The Role of TWAS
2:30 PM Careers in Public Policy
4:00 PM Special Speaker Series Featuring: Duncan Green, Oxfam
4:10 PM Chinese Cities: Booming Growth or Doomed to Fail?
5:00 PM Building Capacity for Scientific and Technological Catch-Up in Developing Countries: The Role of The World Academy of Science

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

11:45 AM Special Speaker Series Featuring: Nemat Shafik, IMF
12:00 PM Richard Gingras: "Evolution of the News Ecosystem."
4:10 PM Army Special Forces: Iraq and Afghanistan Lessons- COL Chris Riga, COL Mike Foster, & COL Chris Donahue
4:30 PM Seminar with M.K. Narayanan - "India's Engagement with the World, with particular reference to Indo-US Relations"

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