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Fall 2022 Open House

Fall 2022 Open House

Harvard University Community: Come one, come all to our Fall 2022 Open House! The Berkman Klein Center is pleased to invite you to this annual gathering where you'll have the chance to mingle with our faculty, fellows, and staff, and to learn about the many ways you can get involved in our dynamic, exciting Center.

As a University-wide research center at Harvard University, 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!

Our Open House is open to members of the Harvard Community who wish to familiarize themselves with BKC and explore the wonderful opportunities to join us in our research. Please note, at this time only those with active Harvard ID's can attend events at BKC. 

This event will be comprised of two parts: First, BKC co-founder and faculty director Jonathan Zittrain will welcome attendees and share a few words about the Center and our work. This portion of the event will be recorded for those who cannot attend in-person. The second part is in-person only for Harvard University ID holders, where BKC project and program staff will be on hand to talk more about their work and ways you can engage with it!

We look forward to seeing you there!

PLEASE NOTE:

At this time, only those with ACTIVE HARVARD ID's may attend BKC events in-person.  After this event, a video of the recorded portion will be available on this page.  Thank you for your understanding.

Food will be provided at this event. Please RSVP by 10/5/22 so we can get an accurate headcount and order accordingly. Please note all dietary restrictions.

COVID-19 POLICIES AT THIS TIME:

Harvard only requires its community members to be vaccinated for Covid-19. Masks and testing are both optional. Please use your discretion and do what you are most comfortable with. BKC respects each individual choice and asks you do the same for your fellow peers.

We are committed to events that are equally enjoyable to all. If you require any additional accessibility services, please contact BKC's Event Manager Xia Rondeau (xrondeau@law.harvard.edu).

Date
Oct 12, 2022
Time
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM ET
Location
1557 Massachusetts Avenue
5th floor at the Berkman Klein Center's Multi-Purpose Room 515
Cambridge, MA 02138 US