Monday, September 9, starting at 4p.m.
Harvard Law School, Wasserstein Hall, Milstein Rooms, 2nd Floor (Map) Free and Open to the Public
Come to the Berkman Center for Internet & Society’s Fall 2013 Open House to meet our faculty, fellows, and staff, and to learn about the many ways you can get involved in our dynamic, exciting environment.
4-6p.m. - Talk and Tinker Session: Select Berkman projects will be present with information about their projects' current activities. Staff working with each of these projects are eager to share information about the big research questions they are considering, meet potential future collaborators, and solicit ideas. In addition to the project tabling, there will be space and opportunity to connect with other Berkman community members and open house participants. You may come for any portion of time during this session.
6p.m. - Plenary Session: Berkman Center Directors and staff will present information about exciting upcoming efforts.
7p.m. - Reception: Keep the conversations going with the help of light snacks and drinks!
Get a peek into the research, ideas, and opportunities we will explore over on the Open House wiki.
Find a list of those who have RSVPed to the Open House and have opted in to having their information shared in order to facilitate connections over at Hei
As a University-wide research center at Harvard, our interdisciplinary efforts in the exploration of cyberspace address a diverse range of backgrounds and experiences. If you're interested in the Internet’s impact on society and are looking to engage a community of world-class fellows and faculty through events, conversations, research, and more please join us to hear more about our upcoming academic year.
People from all disciplines, universities, organizations, and backgrounds are encouraged to attend the Open House. We look forward to seeing you there!
Sep 9, 2013
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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