Conversation with Dan Shapiro

HUAAS invites you to join conversation with Dan Shapiro - “one of Harvard’s Top 15 professors” on:  “Negotiating the Nonnegotiable: How to resolve your most emotionally charged conflicts”. Dan Shapiro is the founder and director of the Harvard International Negotiation Program, Daniel Shapiro teaches a highly evaluated course on negotiation at Harvard College; instructs psychology interns […]

Impact of the U.S. Presidential Elections on Geopolitics in Asia and Beyond (Harvard Club of Philippines)

The Harvard Clubs of Asia-Pacific would like to extend an invitation to all alumni to the following event, hosted by the Harvard Club of the Philippines: Impact of the U.S. Presidential Elections on Geopolitics in Asia and Beyond Harvard Club of the Philippines Global in partnership with the Harvard Kennedy School Association of the Philippines […]

HUAAS Learning Room on Zoom. Principles: Life & Work

Join us for a lively discussion on an intriguing topic. Links to electronic resources (e-book, article, video) are listed below.Reacquaint with fellow alumni, learn from each other's life examples, and make new friends! Topic:  Principles: Life & Work, based on billionaire investor turned philanthropist Ray Dalio's #1 New York Times 2017 bestseller.   Moderators:  Welly Tantono and Titus Yong The […]

Harvard belongs to all of us

Join us for a conversation and Q&A with Dr Alice Hill, President of the Harvard Alumni Association. Hear about the impact that the current US and world crises are having on the Harvard community and beyond, and the role that Harvard and its alumni are playing. Consider with us how, as members of this community, […]

Masterclass on Street Photography – Joint event with U Chicago Alumni

Steven Golden Studio 5 Blair Road

Travel Photography: Capturing the Moment Have you ever been travelling in an exotic country on holiday and wished you could make better images? This seminar will help you “see” pictures when you are on the street or travelling. Former Lonely Planet photographer Steve Golden will share techniques for photographing people, working with natural light, and […]

[UPDATE – POSTPONED] Cities in Blue and Green: CLC Lecture and Book Launch with Prof. Peter Rowe, Harvard Graduate School of Design

MND Auditorium 5 Maxwell Road

Throughout its nation-building journey, Singapore’s efforts to manage water resources, protect natural landscapes, and cultivate vegetation have been crucial elements underpinning the city’s liveability. Ranging from infrastructure systems to social history, a new publication by Peter Rowe and Limin Hee, “A City in Blue and Green: the Singapore Story” will be launched at this lecture. […]

[Postponed] Fact or Fad? Nutrition in 2020

Hilton Hotel 581 Orchard Rd, Singapore

Whether you want to gain muscle, lose fat, or prevent disease, having a solid diet is a cornerstone of success. But with internet overload, how do you know you haven’t fallen into the ‘fake news’ of nutrition science? Come hear from experts who can help you separate fact from fiction when exploring diets and nutrition. […]

[UPDATE – POSTPONED] Fireside Chat with Prof. Peter Rowe, Harvard Graduate School of Design

URA Centre 45 Maxwell Road

Whether in a mature metropolis or a rapidly-growing city, societies around the world face the challenge of managing urbanization. The former Dean of the Graduate School of Design at Harvard, Professor Rowe, has researched cities and advised on urban planning projects from Spain to China. In this fireside chat open to people of all backgrounds, […]

Too Small to Fail – Book Launch and Discussion by author James Breiding.

Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy Seminar Room 3-1, Level 3 Manasseh Meyer

The book “Too Small to Fail: Why Some Small Nations Outperform Larger Ones and How They Are Reshaping the World" (Harper Collins): Small, nimble, successful nations such as Singapore took nine out of the top ten spots in IMD’s most recent Global Competitiveness Report. The same nations dominate rankings among other important metrics, such as […]

Populism in Europe: Is Spain Different?

Yale NUS Performance Hall College Avenue West

European countries have been swept by a tide of radical-right populism, but Spain has been an exception. Why so? About this Event José Ignacio Torreblanca is Professor of Political Science at UNED University in Madrid and Head of the European Council on Foreign Relations, Madrid Office. The talk will be followed by a discussion with […]