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Event Calendar

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Tue, Mar 5, 2019

Harvard's HBS CORe Information Table

Harvard Business School's CORe (Credential of Readiness) program brings the dynamism of Harvard Business School’s classrooms to online learning. These virtual courses, developed by Harvard Business School faculty, leverage the case method learning model and are focused on active learning and real-world problem solving. Students log approximately 150 hours of learning time in either a 10-week or 17-week duration.

Stop by this information table to learn more!

Splash! Teacher Info Sessions

This information session is for students teaching in the Splash program.

Students Only
Spring 2019 Writing Center Workshops

Convince Me! Persuasive Public Speaking

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Frost Library, 211 (CHI Seminar Room)

The ability to write and speak persuasively is an essential life skill. Whether you are presenting an argument in class, applying for a job or running for public office, you need to be persuasive and compelling. Through learning and practicing how to structure and deliver a persuasive speech, this 90-minute workshop will prepare you to master the art and craft of persuasion. Taught by Susan Daniels, associate for public speaking.

Students Only
Registration Required

Harvard Business School Information Session

For more than 100 years, Harvard Business School's graduates and faculty have shaped business around the world. In this information session, join Associate Director Valerie Krempus to learn more about Harvard’s post-graduate offerings – some of which are offered entirely online!

The modern HBS CORe (Credential of Readiness) program, for example, brings the dynamism of Harvard Business School’s classrooms to online learning. These virtual courses, developed by Harvard Business School faculty, leverage the case method learning model and are focused on active learning and real-world problem solving. Students log approximately 150 hours of learning time in either a 10-week or 17-week duration.

Attend this information session to learn more!