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Harvard Extension School welcomes and celebrates admitted degree candidates
The Harvard Extension School, one of Harvard University's degree-granting institutions, was founded around one hundred and eight years ago. On one beautiful autumn day in September of 2018, the school finally held its Inaugural Convocation Ceremony to welcome and celebrate its admitted degree candidates."It's odd for me to stand here and say it took us a hundred and eight years to figure out we should be doing this."
-- Dean Hunt Lambert during his remarks at the Inaugural HES Convocation held at Harvard Memorial Church on 29 September 2018
News and Related Links:
400 students make Harvard history
The Harvard Gazette
Harvard Extension's Inaugural Convocation Honors 400 Students
Harvard Extension School Website
Harvard Extension School Holds Inaugural Convocation
The Harvard Crimson
Keynote: Higher Education, Democracy and Human Rights
Keynote Speech by Prof. Fernando M. Reimers on Medium
Photos from Convocation Weekend:
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. Read more here.
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. CLICK HERE for additional details.
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
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