Annual Dinner, June 7
Featuring guest speaker, Frank Doyle, Dean of the new Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
Join Harvard friends from across southern Connecticut for the Harvard Club's Annual Dinner, the culminating event of the year. Taking place at the Ruutz-Rees Commons on the beautiful campus of Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, the Annual Dinner brings together Harvard's past, present and future:
- Alumni and guests from all schools and all years.
- Recipients of the Harvard Club Summer Community Service Fellowships
- Newly admitted members of Harvard's Class of 2020!
As our guest speaker this year, we will welcome Frank Doyle, Dean of the brand new John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS). The future of engineering and applied sciences at Harvard has never looked brighter, thanks in great part to the unprecedented gift of $400 million from John Paulson, MBA '80. Collaboration within SEAS and beyond is leading to innovations that will helpf address issues, such as curing chronic deseases; addressing climate change; meeting the global demand for sustainable enerty; ensuring cybersecurity and protecting privacy in a digital world; providing clean water, food and a reliable infrastructure for a growing world population. This will be a fascinating presentation followed by lively Q&A.
When: Tuesday, June 7 5:45pm - Cocktails; 7:00pm Dinner
Where: Ruutz-Rees Commons, Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford
Tickets: $50 pp
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