Upcoming Harvard Events
Guided Audubon Bird Walk - May 7
FREE Event. Ideal for adults and kids.
An experienced Audubon guide will lead us on a 90 minute tour of the Bent of the River Preserve in Southbury during the peak of the spring bird migration season. Bent of the River is an historic and beautiful 700-acre sanctuary that is home to a wide variety of bird species, many of which are in decline in New England. Bring family join us on this tour, followed by refreshments. This is a FREE event, but advance RSVPs are required. Learn more and RSVP here...
Annual Dinner - June 7
What is thinner than an atom, stronger than steel, harder than a diamond and one of the most conductive materials on earth? It's a substance called graphene and according to scientists, it's going to change the world. The best part is that you can make it at home in just a few minutes (video). The development of graphene as an practical industrial product is just one of the fascinating challenges the scientists and students are taking on at the new Harvard Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS). Join us for the Annual Dinner at Choate where we will hear SEAS Dean, Frank Doyle, tell us how Harvard is turning the focus of the engineering world towards Cambridge. This is definitely not about your grandfather's science class. Reserve your tickets here...
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Interviews for the Class of 2020 are completed, but that doesn't mean we don't want to hear from you. If you want to help us interview the amazing applicants to Harvard from southern Connecticut, don't wait until the fall...contact us today? Applications to Harvard are increasing every year, which is great news. If this trend continues, however, we won't have enough interviewers to meet all of these outstanding young people; a time-honored tradition for our club. If you can remember how pivotal your interview was to your Harvard experience, you will want to continue to "pay it forward" and give that same experience to the present-day version of yourself.
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