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. Oct 23

    IBGC Speaker Series: Ed Muller, Chairman, Transocean

    12:30 PM – 1:55 PM

    A talk and Q&A with Ed Muller, Chairman, Transocean & Retired Chairman, NRG Energy. Presented as part of the IBGC Speaker Series in collaboration with CIERP.

  2. Oct 23

    Engaging Practitioners: In Conversation with Ehud Barak and Dan Meridor

    1:30 PM – 2:30 PM

    The Center for Strategic Studies understands that in diplomacy, politics, law, and business, the best way to learn how to do something is from someone who does it. To that end, our “Engaging Practitioners” series brings students together in small groups with leaders in government, international politics, business, and other fields to candidly discuss how these leaders developed their impressive careers. We are pleased to kick off this series with former Israeli Prime Minister and Defense Minister Ehud Barak alongside former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Intelligence and Strategic Affairs Dan Meridor.

  3. Oct 25
  4. Oct 25

    Fletcher Reads the Newspaper: Nationalism vs. Globalism: Will Brexit be the Ultimate Litmus Test?

    5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

    Featuring a debate between Michael Dobbs (F73, FG77), Best-Selling Author & Politician, Executive Producer of the Netflix show House of Cards & Amar Bhide, Thomas Schmidheiny Professor of International Business. Moderated by Bhaskar Chakravorti, Senior Associate Dean and co-sponsored by Tisch College of Civic Life.

  5. Oct 26

    Geoffrey and Cyrena Fink Distinguished Alumni Speakers Series: Rachel Gottesfeld (F05)

    11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

    Rachel Gottesfeld (F05) will be on campus to share her professional experiences since Fletcher, and answer your questions. Rachel is a Vice President in the Renewable Energy Finance Group at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in New York City. She oversees a portfolio of renewable energy investments in both equity and debt in residential solar, wind power, and natural gas in the United States.

  6. Oct 27
  7. Oct 30
  8. Oct 30

    IBGC Speaker Series: Anu Rangarajan, SVP, Managing Director, Mathematica

    12:30 PM – 1:55 PM

    A talk and Q&A with Anu Rangarajan, SVP, Managing Director, Mathematica. Presented as part of the IBGC Speaker Series.

  9. Oct 30

    Impact of Environmental Regulations on the Electric Power Industry

    12:30 PM – 1:30 PM

    Yifei Zhang, GDAE Visiting Research Fellow, examines the impact that environmental regulations have on the total factor productivity of the electric power industry.

  10. Oct 30

    The Role of Media in the Rise of Populism: Discussion with Haggai Matar, Israeli Activist and Journalist

    2:30 PM – 4:00 PM

    Haggai Matar is the executive director of 972, and co-founding editor of Local Call, news and commentary sites covering Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories. The sites were created to provide fresh, original, on-the-ground reporting and analysis of current events, with a strong focus on human rights, progressive activism, and the effects of the occupation on both Israeli and Palestinian societies. The sites are run by Israeli and Palestinian journalists, and have broken countless major stories in recent years and are visited by tens of thousands readers a month, including diplomats, and policymakers.

  11. Oct 30

    Hitachi Center 7th Annual Research Colloquium

    5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

    7th Annual Research Colloquium with Hitachi Research Institute and the Hitachi Center for Technology Please join us and learn about Fletcher School Research projects funded by the Hitachi Center for Technology and International Affairs

  12. Oct 30

    Faces of Community

    7:30 PM – 9:00 PM

    Get ready for a feast of Public Speaking. Students and alums from various Arts of Communication batches will recreate some of the best podium speeches in ASEAN Auditorium at Tufts University's Fletcher School. This event has engaged and inspired many in the past, and we welcome you to this year's edition.

  13. Oct 31

    Geoffrey and Cyrena Fink Distinguished Alumni Speakers Series: Michael Dobbs (F72)

    11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

    Michael Dobbs (F72) will be on campus to share his professional experiences since Fletcher, and to answer your questions. Despite claims that he's never had a proper job, Michael is the author of several bestselling novels, has worked in advertising and the newspaper business, and worked closely with both Margaret Thatcher and John Major.

  14. Nov 1
  15. Nov 1

    IBGC Speaker Series: Alice Finn (F88), Author: Smart Women Love Money

    12:30 PM – 1:55 PM

    A talk and Q&A with Alice Finn (F88), Author: Smart Women Love Money. Presented as part of the IBGC Speaker Series.

  16. Nov 1

    NYPD

    12:30 PM – 1:30 PM

  17. Nov 1

    Book Talk: Professor Jeswald Salacuse on "Real Leaders Negotiate!: Gaining, Using, and Keeping the Power to Lead Through Negotiation"

    12:30 PM – 1:45 PM

    In his book, "Real Leaders Negotiate!" Jeswald Salacuse explains how leaders can use negotiation to advance in their careers and improve their organizations.

  18. Nov 1

    Research with Refugees: Pulling Back the Curtain

    5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

    Join Kim Wilson and Roxanne Krystalli for a discussion on the practicalities of refugee research. How did they and their research team navigate dilemmas of power during fieldwork? How did they think about the ethical implications of working with refugee narratives? What are some of the dilemmas that they faced during the conduct of their fieldwork in Greece, Jordan, and Turkey? How can students, researchers, and practitioners think about the ethics and methods of refugee research moving forward?

  19. Nov 1
  20. Nov 2

    Syrians in Massachusetts: The First Twenty Years

    6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

    In the 19th century, Massachusetts had the largest Syrian population, bigger even than New York's, where the “Mother Colony” was located. The floodgates to thousands of immigrants opened in 1878, when whole villages in Lebanon and Syria began to be depopulated as a result of mass migration to the United States. Boston was the site of an early and important ‘Syrian colony,’ but Lawrence, Massachusetts, grew into a much larger one, with almost nine hundred Syrians working in the textile mills. Worcester, Fall River and Springfield also had large colonies. This is the story of Arab Americans at its very beginning, and much of it is still relevant to what is happening today.

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