Come hear and participate in a unique musical performance featuring MacArthur Digital Media and Learning award-winning violinist Benjamin Robison and emergency medicine physician-painter-spoken word artist Matthew Wetschler and explore the inner world of medicine brought to life in sound, image, and word. At the Still Point is a multimedia wellness project based at Stanford University School of Medicine that promotes mindfulness and shared empathetic experience through art.
Please join us for an amazing opportunity to hear from Benjamin Robinson—a MacArthur Digital Media and Learning award-winning violinist, composer, and 2017 graduate of Stanford Medical andMatthew Wetschler—an emergency medicine physician-painter-spoken word artist. Ben and Matt have graciously agreed to join us for lunch and share their backgrounds, how they have developed their interests, and incorporated them into their medical careers.
Pfizer Lecture Hall (CCB), 12 Oxford Street, Cambridge
Please join us for a seminar with Professor Brian Liau (CCB) on writing a research proposal for your faculty application. Learn how to put together the research proposal, how to organize and structure it, and how to make it marketable! Before the seminar, starting around 3:45 pm, tea/coffee and light refreshments will be provided.
Abstract: Recently there have been significant interests in studying the interaction of light with artificially engineered materials. In particular, metasurfaces, which consist of a single layer of nanostructures with subwavelength spacing patterned at an interface, have received much attention as they have the potential to replace traditional refractive-optics with compact, planar devices that can be realized with only a single layer of lithography. Furthermore, these devices can also be designed to possess novel functionalities with little to no increase in fabrication complexity. I… Read more about CNS Seminar, "Dispersion Engineering and Control in Flat Optics Components Based on Metasurfaces" Alexander Zhu - Capasso Group
Inanda Club, Forrest Road, Inanda, Johannesburg, South Africa
in recognition of the opening of the Harvard University Center for African Studies' Africa Office, the Center for African Studies will host the 2nd Annual Hakeem and Myma Belo-Osagie Distinguished African Business and Entrepreneurship Lecture, which is open to the public. The Lecture draws lessons from prominent African leaders and will feature three prominent panelists. The panel for the public lecture comprises Former President of the African Development Bank & African Union Special Envoy for Finance & Peace Fund, Donald Kaberuka; Chief Executive Officer for Sygnia Group,… Read more about 2nd Annual Hakeem & Myma Belo-Osagie Distinguished Lecture in African Business & Entrepreneurship
Holmes Field Harvard Law School 1585 Massachusetts Ave. Cambridge, MA 02138
REGISTRATIONS ARE CLOSED Thank you for registering. We look forward to celebrating with you on May 23! -2017 Harvard Black Commencement Planning Committee
DESCRIPTION Note that only graduating students are required to register. All other guests can arrive at Holmes Field at 10:45 on May 23 to attend the ceremony.
The inaugural Harvard Black Commencement of 2017 will take place on Tuesday, May 23rd at 11:00 am at Holmes Field (Harvard Law School). This celebratory occasion is the first ever university-wide commencement… Read more about Harvard Black Commencement 2017
Cannon Room, Building C, Harvard Medical School. 240 Longwood Ave, Boston
This event is for PhD candidates, post-docs, and junior faculty who are interested in exploring the role of basic scientists in clinical and translational research. An opening talk will be led by Jeffrey Karp, PhD, followed by a panel discussion and Q&A session. Registration is required.