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Tuesday, September 1, 2015

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5:30 pm
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JFK Jr. Forum:

The Iran Nuclear Deal: For & Against

5:30 pm

****New Date & Time: September 8 @ 5:30PM***

 
6:00 pm
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JFK Jr. Forum:

IOP Fall Open House

6:00 pm

Learn More About IOP Programs & How to Get Involved!

The National Campaign for Political & Civic Engagement *Special Events and Conferences * Student Internships *
Community Service Opportunities * JFK Jr. Forum *Student Policy Groups * Harvard Public Opinion Project * Fellows’ Study Groups

 
5:00 pm
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Internship & Careers:

JobTalk: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

5:00 pm

Representatives from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) will be visiting the Institute of Politics in room L166 on September 10th at 5pm to discuss summer internships and careers. The CFPB is a 21st century agency that helps consumer finance markets work by making rules more effective, by consistently and fairly enforcing those rules, and by empowering consumers to take more control over their economic lives. Snacks will be provided.

 
 
 
 
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6:00 pm
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JFK Jr. Forum:

Islam & the Future of Tolerance

6:00 pm

A panel discussion with:
Sam Harris
Neuroscientist, Co-founder and Chief Executive, Project Reason,
Author, The End of Faith, Letter to a Christian Nation, among others
Maajid Nawaz
Author, Radical
Founding Chairman, Quilliam
Juliette Kayyem (moderator)
Lecturer in Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School
Former Assistant Secretary for Intergovernmental Affairs, US Department of Homeland Security

 
6:00 pm
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JFK Jr. Forum:

Can Washington Capitalize on America's Four Tech Revolutions?

6:00 pm

A panel discussion with:
Paras Bhayani
Boston-based Management Consultant
Harvard College ’09, Harvard Business School ‘15
Susan Hockfield
Marie Curie Visiting Professor, Harvard Kennedy School (2012–2013)
President, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2004-2012)
David Petraeus
Chairman, KKR Global Institute; Ret. Four-Star Army General
Director, Central Intelligence Agency (2011- 2012)
Graham Allison (moderator)

 
6:00 pm
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JFK Jr. Forum:

Journalism Is Not A Crime

6:00 pm

A discussion with
Maziar Bahari
Journalist, Film Maker and Human Rights Activist
whose imprisonment in Iran was depicted in the Jon Stewart-directed film Rosewater.

 
 
 
 
 
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6:30 pm
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JFK Jr. Forum:

Identity, Power, and the Left: A discussion on the Future of Progressive Politics in America

6:30 pm

 A discussion with
Noam Chomsky
Institute Professor of Linguistics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Political Theorist and Activist
Brandon Terry (moderator)
Assistant Professor of African and African American Studies and Social Studies, Harvard University

***Harvard ID is required to attend this event***

 
7:00 pm
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Internship & Careers:

JobTalk: CIA

7:00 pm

Representatives of the CIA will be visiting the Institute of Politics in room L166 on September 22nd at 7pm to discuss summer internships and careers. The CIA preempts threats and furthers US national security objectives by collecting intelligence that matters, producing objective all-source analysis, conducting effective covert action as directed by the President, and safeguarding the secrets that help keep our Nation safe. This event is co-sponsored by the Office of Career Services.

 
4:00 pm
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Study Groups:

Politics, Policy and Journalism: The Nexus of Dysfunction - led by Candy Crowley

4:00 pm

Room: Littauer 166

***All study groups are off-the-record and not for media coverage***

 
4:00 pm
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Study Groups:

When Poetry Meets Prose – Where Campaigns & Governing Overlap and Collide - led by Brent Colburn

4:00 pm

Room: Faculty Dining Room, HKS

***All study groups are off-the-record and not for media coverage***

 
 
 
 
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4:00 pm
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Study Groups:

America’s Cities: Where Government Gets Things Done - led by Scott Smith

4:00 pm

Room: Littauer 166

***All study groups are off-the-record and not for media coverage***

 
4:15 pm
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Study Groups:

How to Build a Democracy - led by Lindiwe Mazibuko

4:15 pm

Room: Faculty Dining Room, HKS

***All study groups are off-the-record and not for media coverage***