The Ash Community Speaker Series features discussions with students, faculty, fellows, and alumni whose research or other academic work is supported by the Ash Center. The series is a forum to discuss new ideas, innovative work, and ongoing projects that are related to the Ash Center's mission to make the world a better place by advancing excellence and innovation in governance and public policy through research, education, and public discussion. Individuals interested in taking part in the Community Speaker Series should contact Tim Glynn-Burke, Executive Director for Programs.
- Ash Community Speaker Series—Building Resilience after Disaster: Lessons from Florida and Japan
- Ash Community Speaker Series -- Katihar to Kennedy School: A Former Mason Fellow’s Journey
- Ash Community Speaker Series: The Community Development Project -- Students Tackling Real-World Challenges
- Ash Community Speaker Series—Examining China’s 'One Child Policy Era'
- Ash Community Speaker Series -- The Politics of Visibility: Local Elections and Democratic Representation in Brazil