Out of the Science Education and Society Lab at the University of Rhode Island, Hidden Curriculum investigates the social context of students' college experiences. Join host Gyasi Alexander to explore the unwritten rules and networks that govern college campuses.
The Harvard Puerto Rican Student Association (HPRSA) will be having our first social gathering of the semester on Thursday, September 12 at 6:30 pm in Cambridge Common, 1667 Massachusetts Ave. Cambridge MA 02138. Food and drinks will be available for purchase. Enjoy an evening with fellow Boricuas at Harvard, and do not forget to spread the word about HPRSA. If you have questions, call 407-371-2985.
The Central American Student Association of Harvard (CASA-H) aims to engage students from across the University in active dialogue about Central America and to promote and bringing together the Central American community within Harvard University.
The Minority Biomedical Scientists of Harvard and the Harvard Puerto Rican Student Association invite you to join us in celebrating the end of the academic year! Come unwind over free food, drinks, and karaoke!
Women of Color Symposium April 27th, 12:30-6:30 PM Registration closes on Monday, April 15th, 2019
Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Womxn of Color Collective and the Committee on the Concerns of Women at Harvard, will be hosting a Womxn of Color Symposium on April 27th 2019 (Saturday) from 12:30-6:30PM. As in previous years, this symposium promotes solidarity and fellowship across all womxn of color communities at Harvard, by creating a space for community building, personal and collective learning, and restorative practice.
The Harvard Puerto Rican Student Association (HPRSA-pending approval), will host "Beyond María: What's Next?". This event will follow up on the "Beyond María: Leading with Science" event hosted by the Harvard School of Public Health, and to further discuss courses of action that can be taken in Puerto Rico one year after hurricane María struck the archipelago. The event will take place on Monday, November 26 from 1-2 pm in the Mt. Auburn Room at the Smith Campus Center in Cambridge. Puerto Rican food will be served at 12:45 pm....
The Health Professions Recruitment & Exposure Program (HPREP) at Harvard Medical School is a high school science enrichment program aimed at recruiting high school students from the Boston area, particularly those from underserved and underrepresented backgrounds, into science and medicine.
Join HGWISE for lunch to learn more about HGWISE and how to get involved! We will talk about upcoming HGWISE events and seek your opinions about what you want HGWISE to do for you. This is great opportunity for you to share your ideas and needs with HGWISE, and to meet and socialize with other women in science!