Calendar

The Fletcher School’s calendar contains events both public and private, conferences, alumni events, academic centers’ events. Fletcher’s other calendars: academic calendar and Admission office's event calendar.

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Upcoming Events

  1. Feb 23

    Wildlife Trafficking/ Daphne Carlson Bremer, USFWS

    5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

    Daphne Carlson Bremer, a Tufts veterinary grad and currently the Program Officer for Illegal Wildlife Trafficking at the USFWS, International Affairs, will be on campus. I’ve invited her for conversation and pizza down in the Ginn Library office between 5pm-6pm. Daphne manages the program for Combating Wildlife Trafficking, developed in response to National Strategy for Combating Wildlife Trafficking. Please join us if you’re free and interested in wildlife conservation/ trade/ security.

  2. Feb 23–
    Feb 25

    The World of Tomorrow: Order and Chaos in the 21st Century

    7:00 PM – 9:30 PM

    The 32nd Annual Norris and Margery Bendetson EPIIC International Symposium will be three days of far-reaching discussions on issues critical to understanding the challenges to stability facing the global world order, from the complexities of the changing nature of economies to the rise of populism in Western democracies; from the changing nature of force and diplomacy to the implications of cyber attacks and escalating climate change. The symposium will consider the future of the liberal world order and imperatives for US foreign policy.

  3. Feb 27

    Maritime Lecture Series: Admiral Fumio OTA

    9:40 AM – 10:55 PM

    Lecture by visiting Japanese admiral about maritime hybrid warfare. Part of the Maritime Lecture Series.

  4. Feb 27
  5. Feb 27

    FSIS Panel: Leadership Lessons from ISSP Fellows (C205)

    12:30 PM – 1:30 PM

    What are the core competencies of effective leadership? How are they developed? How do you make effective, ethical decisions under extreme pressure? Come hear from four ISSP Military Fellows as they discuss the most effective leadership lessons of their military service that can benefit any leader in any sector.

  6. Feb 27

    CIERP Research Seminar: Rishikesh Ram Bhandary

    12:30 PM – 1:45 PM

    PhD candidate hosts CIERP Research Seminar

  7. Feb 27

    Post Davos Debrief: Top 5 Global Risks and How World Leaders are Responding

    12:30 PM – 2:00 PM

    A talk and Q&A with Partha Bose, Chief Marketing Officer, Oliver Wyman. Presented as part of the IBGC Speaker Series.

  8. Feb 27

    Careers in M&E Panel

    12:30 PM – 1:30 PM

    The Design, Monitoring & Evaluation series will be organizing a "Career in M&E" panel session with 3-4 professionals working in the field of M&E. Panelists will discuss challenges, opportunities, important skills, emerging trends, and other factors to think about for students who are interested in a career in monitoring and evaluation.

  9. Feb 27

    Fletcher Community Book Discussion Featuring Graeme Wood

    5:30 PM – 6:30 PM

    “Mr. Wood’s piece is bracing because it is fearless. . . . It is going to change the debate.”—Peggy Noonan, The Wall Street Journal, author of What I Saw at the Revolution “A rare, genuine must-read . . . I felt challenged, even provoked, through it all.”—Shadi Hamid, the Brookings Institution, author of Islamic Exceptionalism

  10. Feb 28

    Syria's Civil War and the Post-American Middle East

    12:30 PM – 2:00 PM

    The Syrian civil war has been one of the most far reaching conflicts of the 21st century. As well as causing over half a million deaths and producing 12 million refugees or displaced individuals, it has raised some major questions about the geopolitical order of the Middle East. Does Russian intervention in the conflict mark an end to western dominance of the region? Could and should the United States have done more? Using research from his new book, Dr. Christopher Phillips explores the international relations of the Syria crisis, arguing that the war is both the by-product and the accelerator of the Middle East’s changing international order. 

  11. Feb 28

    One Billion Rising Coffee House

    5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

    The Fletcher School will be hosting a coffee house in the Hall of Flags in honor of One Billion Rising, to end exploitation of women. The coffee house will provide a venue for the Fletcher community to express themselves on the issue of exploitation worldwide in the form of dance, song, and spoken word. Refreshments will be served as well.

  12. Mar 1
  13. Mar 2

    The Future of ASEAN-US Relations in the Trump Administration

    10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

    A discussion about the Future of ASEAN-US Relations in the Trump Administration with M. Chatib Basri, the Former Minister of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia & former Chair of the Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board.

  14. Mar 3

    SAVE THE DATE Order and Disorder

    4:00 PM – 5:30 PM

    Pending details

  15. Mar 3–
    Mar 4

    European Conference 2017

    5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

    The European Conference is presented by students from Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard Business School, Harvard Law School, the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and will take place on March 3rd and 4th at HKS. Please visit the website for more details.

  16. Mar 4–
    Mar 5

    Defending Democracy: Lessons for Democracy Defenders from Successful Non-Violent Movements

    9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

    Lessons for democracy defenders from successful non-violent movements

  17. Mar 6

    IBGC Speaker Series: Subir Gokarn, IMF

    12:30 PM – 2:00 PM

    A talk and Q&A with Subir Gokarm, Executive Director at the IMF representing India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Bhutan. Presented as part of the IBGC Speaker Series.

  18. Mar 7
  19. Mar 7

    Film Screening on Genocide in Cambodia

    5:00 PM – 8:30 PM

    Estimated 1.5 to 3 million people died during the Khmer Rouge regime led by Pol Pot between 1975 and 1979, the tragedy that leaves a scar on Cambodia until today. The Killing Fields is a 1984 British drama film about the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia, which is based on the experiences of two journalists: Cambodian Dith Pran and American Sydney Schanberg. The film won 22 awards, including 3 Academy Awards, Golden Globe Award, and 8 BAFTA Awards.

  20. Mar 8

    International Security Studies Presents the McCain Institute Debate

    4:00 PM – 8:00 PM

    International Security Studies Presents the McCain Institute Debate

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