Picking courses is no easy feat. An array of Harvard Kennedy School (HKS), Harvard University, and other university courses are available for HKS students to choose from. To aid interested students, the Ash Center publishes an annual guide to identify courses offered by the various faculties of Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard University, and beyond that are relevant to the study of democratic governance, innovation, and technology.... Read more about 2017-18 Course Guide for Harvard Kennedy School Students
You are cordially invited to join the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation for a day-long conference on gerrymandering, redistricting, and the fight for American democracy. As the Supreme Court prepares to hand down its decision in the most important case on political gerrymandering in a generation, join us for a convening of scholars, practitioners, and activists from around the country, as we seek to understand a path forward on redistricting reform. Our panelists will provide unique insight into the history of gerrymandering, the role of race in...
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The Ash Center is a proud sponsor of the Black in Design Conference, an event organized by the Harvard University Graduate School of Design African American Student Union (GSD AASU) to recognize the contributions of the African diaspora to the design fields and promotes discourse around the agency of the design profession to address and dismantle the institutional barriers faced by our communities.... Read more about Black in Design Conference
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Join us for a discussion about China's Potential Transformations after the 19th Party Congress with Xiang Bing, Founding Dean of Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business. Arne Westad, S.T. Lee Professor of U.S.-Asia Relations, HKS, will moderate.
The 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China will be held in Beijing opening on October 18, 2017, during which changes in the makeup of China's top leadership will be closely watched. At the once-every-five years congress, President Xi Jinping will also deliver his vision for the next five years.
Ahead of this congress, Dean Xiang will offer his insights on what lies ahead for China in the context of business, globalization and cross-cultural leadership.