HKS DC Millennials and the 2016 Election Breakfast Event

The HKS DC Breakfast Series convened September 30, the week of the first debate, to explore the role of Millennials in the 2016 election. It was one of our small session events in which participating alums could relive the best HKS intimate sessions with outstanding speakers and an engaged audience of about 30. It was of course a non-partisan discussion. The question was whether the Millennial vote is pivotal in the election. We learned that it is. The panel was fantastic — very articulate and well informed. Their individual and collective insights were a valuable window into the diversity of the generation, what they care about, current polling on their vote leanings, and the potential impa

HKS DC Millennials and the 2016 Election Breakfast Event

The HKS DC Breakfast Series convened September 30, the week of the first debate, to explore the role of Millennials in the 2016 election. It was one of our small session events in which participating alums could relive the best HKS intimate sessions with outstanding speakers and an engaged audience of about 30. It was of course a non-partisan discussion. The question was whether the Millennial vote is pivotal in the election. We learned that it is. The panel was fantastic — very articulate and well informed. Their individual and collective insights were a valuable window into the diversity of the generation, what they care about, current polling on their vote leanings, and the potential impa

Dean Elmendorf speaks at Fall Reception

Over 180 HKS alumni, including six Members of Congress, joined Dean Doug Elmendorf for a formal reception in the Gold Room in the Rayburn Office Building at the United States Capitol. As the sun set on the official first day of Fall, guests enjoyed a splendid evening in the Nation's Capital. Notable guests included Assistant Dean Christy Jackowitz, and former Dean of Students Joe McCarthy and his wife Marina. Also in attendance were Neal Duckworth (Office of Executive Education), Kristen Curran and Shae Callahan (both from the Office of Alumni Relations). Members of the House Earl Blumenauer (OR), Brendan Boyle (PA). Joaquin Castro (TX), Gerald Connolly (VA), Brian Higgins (NY) and Dan Newh

Dean Elmendorf speaks at Fall Reception

Over 180 HKS alumni, including six Members of Congress, joined Dean Doug Elmendorf for a formal reception in the Gold Room in the Rayburn Office Building at the United States Capitol. As the sun set on the official first day of Fall, guests enjoyed a splendid evening in the Nation's Capital. Notable guests included Assistant Dean Christy Jackowitz, and former Dean of Students Joe McCarthy and his wife Marina. Also in attendance were Neal Duckworth (Office of Executive Education), Kristen Curran and Shae Callahan (both from the Office of Alumni Relations). Members of the House Earl Blumenauer (OR), Brendan Boyle (PA). Joaquin Castro (TX), Gerald Connolly (VA), Brian Higgins (NY) and Dan Newh

Memorial Walking Tour

On a day of memorial and reflection for the United States, twelve HKS alumni, family and friends met on a beautiful, breezy Sunday morning on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial for a special walking tour of the western part of the National Mall in the nation's capital, led by HKS alum, Dr. Richard Hyde (1992). Tour Leader Richard Hyde presents Washington's monuments in the context of American history and the contemporary political situation, both national and international. Dr. Hyde, has taught at Dartmouth College, Johns Hopkins SAIS and the State Department. He has led tours for the Notre Dame Washington Program, the Center for Public Justice and the Harvard and Berkeley alumni clubs. We

Memorial Walking Tour

On a day of memorial and reflection for the United States, twelve HKS alumni, family and friends met on a beautiful, breezy Sunday morning on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial for a special walking tour of the western part of the National Mall in the nation's capital, led by HKS alum, Dr. Richard Hyde (1992). Tour Leader Richard Hyde presents Washington's monuments in the context of American history and the contemporary political situation, both national and international. Dr. Hyde, has taught at Dartmouth College, Johns Hopkins SAIS and the State Department. He has led tours for the Notre Dame Washington Program, the Center for Public Justice and the Harvard and Berkeley alumni clubs. We

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