There are still spots left to see Charles T. Munger ’48 on Monday, March 31st. The Vice-Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway Corporation will discuss his career and viewpoints with Dean Martha Minow. This occasion is a special event for students and is hosted by the HLS Alumni Center in Milstein East on Monday, March 31st. Doors and event registration open at 11:30am. The discussion will officially start at 12pm. Interested attendees are required to RSVP by Wednesday the 26th to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot for the event. Harvard ID’s will be checked at event registration.
Professor Brown-Nagin seeks a summer research assistant to work on projects related to constitutional law, constitutional history, and education law and policy. Please email her w/ resume, grade report, and statement of interest.
The Harvard Economics Department is accepting applications for Teaching Fellows for Introductory Economics (Ec 10) in 2014-2015. Ec 10 is the largest course at Harvard College, with roughly 700 students taking it each year. While one-third of the sessions are taught by Prof. Greg Mankiw and other guest lecturers in Sanders Theater, most of the sessions (and economic theory) are taught in smaller sections, led by Harvard graduate students. Teaching Fellows put in a total of ~15 hours per week, teach the course to a class of 20-30 eager undergrads, enjoy the exposure to Prof. Mankiw and the guest lecturers, and receive ~$18,000. If you are interested in learning more about the Teaching Fellow position, please attend the info session in the 3rd Floor lounge of the Littauer Building (next to the Science Center) on Wednesday, March 26th, from 6:00 to 7:30pm (pizza will be served). Prof. Mankiw and the head section leader, David Johnson, will be there to speak about the course and answer any questions. Note that applications are due on March 31st. Please contact Micah Stein ( mstein at jd15.law.harvard.edu) or David Johnson ( djohnson at fas.harvard.edu) with any questions.