4th Annual Harvard African Development Conference
Friday, March 8, 2013 at 2:00 PM - Saturday, March 9, 2013 at 1:00 AM (EST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Visible Change in Africa:
One Innovation at a Time
The 4th Annual Harvard African Development Conference will take place March 8th-9th at the Sheraton Commander and Harvard University.
This year’s conference is a collaborative effort between student groups at from 7 schools in the University. The conference will be an interdisciplinary gathering of policy-makers, scholars, and professionals to exchange ideas on Africa’s development.
The conference aims to inspire innovative approaches to development challenges through the interaction of participants from different fields.
March 8th, 2PM: Registration begins
March 8th, 3:15PM: Harvard Kennedy School admissions info session
March 8th, 4PM: Opening Keynote Address: His Excellency President Macky Sall of the Republic of Senegal (John F. Kennedy Forum Address)
March 8th, 5:30PM: Welcome reception - directly following Opening Keynote Address
March 9th, 8AM: Registration continues
March 9th: 8:45AM-5PM: Panels and morning/lunch addresses
March 9th, 9PM-1AM: Conference afterparty
Note: A ticket 'w/ luncheon' will give you access to the luncheon at the Sheraton Commander with panelists and a chance to hear the luncheon address. Lunch will be provided for at Pound Hall for those participants not attending the luncheon.
Those purchasing student tickets will be asked to show a valid student ID at registration.
Visit the Harvard African Development Conference website here for more details.
When & Where
Harvard African Development Conference Planning Committee
A collaboration of the following Africa-focused groups across the Harvard University campus:
- Graduate School Design African Association
- Harvard African Law Association
- Harvard African Student Association
- Harvard Kennedy School Africa Caucus
- Harvard Medical School Africa Health and Advocacy Group
- Harvard School of Public Health Africa Health Student Forum
- Partnership for Education in Africa