Building Augmented Reality Experiences
with Abhishek Singh, Resident Researcher at NYU
This talk will cover the technical challenges and design considerations that go into creating AR experiences with the Hololens using Unity. Singh will talk through his experiences in building the viral Hololens project in which he recreated Super Mario Bros as a life-size, first-person experience.
Details and Registration
Thursday, 6 July 2017, 12pm – 1pm, includes lunch
CS50 R&D, 125 Mount Auburn Street #350, Cambridge, MA, 02138
Register at https://www.picatic.com/building-ar-experiences.
About Abhishek Singh
Abhishek loves building things, both physical and digital. He brings a fair amount of skills to the table: fabrication, programming (front-end and back-end), circuit design, 3D modeling and printing, design, and even an undergrad degree in business. He also has previous experience founding and running three tech startups, and is currently working on his fourth. He also has multiple web apps currently out in the wild; a shoe that you control and customize through your phone; a life-size dragon that you sit on to control a virtual dragon in a VR experience; a robotic desktop assistant that responds to voice commands in gifs; and an interactive installation that went up in Times Square, among other things. (Bio Link)
The HGCC Annual Consulting Career Fair will be held on Thursday, July 6th, 2017, at the TMEC Atrium in Harvard Medical School. This is an excellent opportunity to interact with some of the finest management and life science consulting firms that hire candidates just like you!
Come speak to representatives from these top firms to learn more about them, and build your network in preparation for the upcoming recruitment cycle.
- Booz Allen Hamilton
- Boston Consulting Group
- Clarion Healthcare
- ClearView Healthcare Partners
- Health Advances
- L.E.K. Consulting
- Putnam Associates
- Simon-Kucher & Partners
Date: Thursday, July 6th, 2017
Time: 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Location: TMEC Atrium (2nd floor TMEC Building),
Harvard Medical School, 260 Longwood Avenue, Boston, MA 02115
*Light refreshments will be served.
Please REGISTER HERE for this event.This event is organized by the Harvard Graduate Consulting Club (HGCC), and is sponsored by the Graduate Student Council (GSC). Please visit their websites for updates or inquiries regarding this event.
Inviting Harvard graduate and professional students and postdoctoral fellows
The Princeton University Graduate Consulting Club (PUGCC) is delighted to host its Annual Consulting Case Competition, which will be held on Friday, July 21st, 2017 at Princeton University. PUGCC extends a cordial invitation to all Harvard graduate and professional students and postdocs who are interested in management consulting.
The Case Competition
Participating teams (3-4 members on each team) will present solutions to a pre-assigned real-world business problem in the first round. Selected teams will proceed to the second round to tackle another problem on site, as they compete for the final prizes. The winning teams will get cash prizes!
We look forward to welcoming Harvard members to the competition!
Princeton University Graduate Consulting Club
A special event for Harvard Extension students!
We are excited to have a very special guest speak exclusively to Harvard Extension students in Cambridge on Wednesday, July 12th from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Our gadgets and big data algorithms have been sold to us with the promise of deepening our relationships and improving our lives. What if they're actually doing the opposite?
Multi-tasking shortens attention. The constant pings of communication act as dopamine hits that pull us into addictive behaviors. We value our own abilities less as we rely more on automated systems that purport to be "perfect."
Join published author and the publisher/editor-in-chief of The Technoskeptic, Mo Lotman, as he brings examples from research, data on tech use, and observations from life to call into question the net benefits of our smart, networked world.
This 60-minute talk (with brief Q&A) is free-of-charge and open exclusively to currently registered students of Harvard Extension School. Tickets are required for event entry. Come join us for an intriguing and thought-provoking talk!Career and Academic Resources Center (CARC) at the Harvard Extension School.
How can women and girls of all socioeconomic backgrounds use technology to fully participate and prosper in the economy?
That’s the guiding question behind the Women and Technology challenge at Solve, an initiative of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) that identifies and supports lasting solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges. This year, the Solve community aims to unearth and support innovative solutions that advance economic opportunities for women and girls.
Currently accepting ideas that:
- Improve connectivity and technology access for women, particularly in underserved areas
- Increase women’s financial inclusion through access to digital payments, savings, investment, and insurance
- Increase opportunities for dignified income generation in nontraditional sectors and through access to new supply chains and new markets
- Correct for bias and heuristics, whether in the workplace or within communities
If you have an idea that addresses the Women and Technology challenge, submit your solution to Solve’s open innovation platform by August 1, 2017. Selected finalists will be invited to pitch their ideas in New York City in September 2017, where a panel of expert judges will invite the most promising solutions to become Solvers - innovators who enjoy access to and support from Solve’s community, comprised of leaders and change-makers who have the resources, the expertise, the mentorship, and the know-how to get each solution piloted, scaled, and implemented.
Solve issues their challenges for anybody from around the world to apply. This is a unique opportunity to join a community that is addressing the most pressing challenges of our time. Learn more at https://solve.mit.edu/challenges.
Now in its ninth year, the Harvard vs. MIT Case Competition is the Harvard Graduate Consulting Club's largest event, put together each summer in collaboration with the Consulting Club at MIT. Over the course of the 12-day event, you will work in a team of four to tackle a real-world business case, networking throughout with representatives from top consulting and industry firms.
You will have the opportunity to deliver your recommendation at the closing ceremony to the client and a panel of consultant judges; the winning three teams will receive a cash prize. This is an excellent opportunity to gain business exposure and build your resume, regardless of your current experience level.
- Intensive teamwork and leadership experience
- A chance to try out consulting for yourself, and to drive value for a real business
- Networking opportunities with consultant and industry mentors
- All graduate and professional students from Harvard and MIT
- All researchers from Harvard, MIT, and affiliated institutions
- NO prior business knowledge or consulting experience required
In order to participate, you must be able to attend the following mandatory events:
Monday, July 10, 2-6 PM at MIT
Consultant Mentoring Session:
Friday, July 14, 2-5 PM (approx. 30 min time slot) at Harvard
Industry Mentoring Session:
Monday, July 17, 10 AM-5 PM (approx. 1 hr time slot) at MIT
Semifinal, Final, and Reception:
Friday, July 21, 9 AM-6 PM at Harvard
Please APPLY HERE by Wednesday, June 21 at 11:59 PM.
For more information, please see the Case Competition website, and particularly the FAQ page for participants. Please direct all questions to the Case Competition planning team. We look forward to reading your applications!
Who says summers at Harvard has to be all work, intense studies, and no fun?
Will you be on campus this summer? Then, you're in luck! While some of us will suffer through the hot, humid and swampy climate of the southwestern United States, those of you spending a New England summer on campus and surrounding areas will be pleased to know that the Harvard Extension School's Student Clubs & Activities Office and the Career and Academic Resources Center (CARC) have organized a number of summer social events for your enjoyment.
May you have an exciting time and a productive learning experience at Harvard. Stay cool and connected this summer by participating in the following events.
- Lunch with the Dean at Russell House Tavern on Wed, 2017-06-21
- Lunch with the Dean at Russell House Tavern on Thu, 2017-06-22
- Extension 101 and Harvard Campus Tour on Fri, 2017-06-23
- Wine and Cheese at the Harvard Club of Boston on Fri, 2017-06-30
- Lunch with the Dean at Russell House Tavern on Wed, 2017-07-12
- How Today's Tech Diminishes Our Lives on Wed, 2017-07-12
- Lunch with the Dean at Russell House Tavern on Fri, 2017-07-14
- Extension 101 and Harvard Campus Tour on Fri, 2017-07-14
- Wine and Cheese at the Harvard Club of Boston on Fri, 2017-07-21
- ALB Happy Hour & Social Networking on Fri, 2017-06-23
- Math for Teaching Program Happy Hour on Fri, 2017-06-23
- Sustainability & Environmental Program Mixer on Fri, 2017-06-23
- Management Program Afternoon BBQ on Sat, 2017-06-24
- Boston Harbor Tall Ships Cruise on Wed, 2017-06-21
- HESA Global Social Virtual Event - June 2017 on Sat, 2017-06-24
- Midsummer Mixtape Summer Welcome Party on Sat, 2017-06-24
- "Harlem: Found Ways" Exhibition Walk-Through on Mon, 2017-06-26
- Blue Man Group at Charles Playhouse on Mon, 2017-07-17
- Harvard Art Museums Guided Tour on Mon, 2017-07-24