The Harvard Graduate Council is pleased to present our 8th Annual Leadership Conference 2017! This year’s theme is Tools For Leadership. The conference will be held on April 8th, 2017 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Harvard Northwest Building on Oxford Street.
You will learn from engaging speakers and then exchange your own ideas with distinguished faculty, key experts, and representatives from the public and private sectors. Whether you focus on a topic area of familiarity or one that is new, this will be a great opportunity to grow both leadership knowledge and professional networks by engaging with students from across Harvard as well as public and private industry leaders from widely varying backgrounds. Read more about Upcoming Harvard Graduate Council Leadership Conference 2017
In keeping with Harvard University’s “One Harvard” theme, the Harvard Graduate Council (HGC) invites you to participate in the Small Group Dinners Initiative to connect with students from across the 12 Harvard graduate and professional schools. The aim of this initiative is to create small groups of roughly 6 Harvard graduate students, each from a different school.
The Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs will be hosting an information session on the recent travel-related executive orders from the White House on Monday, February 13 from 6:30-8:00 pm in the Harvard Yenching Auditorium (2 Divinity Avenue). The session will include a representatives from the Harvard International Office and the Harvard Law School’s Immigration and Refugee Clinic, who will be available to answer questions. Members of the Harvard community who are affected by the orders or believe they may be affected, as well as other
Members of the Harvard Graduate Council criticized President Donald Trump's executive order barring immigrants from seven predominantly Muslim countries from entering the United States in the body's first meeting of the semester Monday.
At the meeting, members of the Council also debated changing the body's structure, presented proposed changes to the group’s constitution and voted on modifications to the Council’s budget.
As a result of HGC's advocacy efforts, for the first time in recent memory, Harvard College and Harvard graduate and professional students were seated in one unified seating block, creating a united student section that fostered the idea of One Harvard.