Innovation Education Fellow at the Technology and Entrepreneurship Center at Harvard
Date: Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Time: 6:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Place: Aldrich 112, HBS
We are delighted to present
an evening with Tony Wagner, Innovation Education Fellow at the Technology and
Entrepreneurship Center at Harvard and the founder and co-director of the
Change Leadership Group at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
consults widely to schools, districts, and foundations around the country and
internationally. Tony is also a frequent speaker at national and international
conferences and a widely published author.
includes numerous articles and five books. Tony’s latest, Creating Innovators:
The Making of Young People Who Will Change The World, has just been published
by Simon & Schuster. Click on the book image
for a video description of the book.
Tony’s recent book, "The Global Achievement
Gap: Why Even Our Best Schools Don’t Teach the New Survival Skills Our Children
Need—and What We Can do About It", has been a best seller and is being translated
writes: “Tony Wagner, the
Harvard-based education expert and author of “The Global Achievement Gap,”
explains it this way: There are three basic skills that students need if they
want to thrive in a knowledge economy: the ability to do critical thinking and
problem-solving; the ability to communicate effectively; and the ability to
If you are interested in education and / or innovation, you will find this program to be of interest! All are invited.
|President's Club Member: Free
|HBSAB Member: $25
|Guest of a Member: $25
Current Student, HBS: $15
Hardcover: Creating Innovators: $17.50
A limited number of books may be for sale that evening. Tony will sign copies after presentation.
HBS Alumni, faculty, staff and current students of HBS
and graduates of other Harvard schools are eligible to join the HBSAB.
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||Wednesday, June 20, 2012
|6:00 - 7:00 p.m.: Registration, Networking and Sandwiches/Refreshments
7:00 - 8:30 p.m.: Program
HBS, Aldrich 112
Parking is included, HBS Campus Lot. Enter Batten Way or Gorden Road Entrance - see map
6:00pm - 8:30pm [ iCal ]
Aldrich 112, HBS
60 Harvard Way
Boston, MA 02163
Look Who's Coming:
Guest of Faythe Beauchemin
Austin Anderson, Partners HealthCare
Paula Angelini, Southboro Medical Group
Michael Briggs Arthur, Suffolk Univ
Stuart Berzin, The Sharma Group - Merrill Lynch
Warren Briggs, Suffolk U, retired
Michael Brown, Harvard Univ.
Jessica Bussgang Rosenbloom
Dee Dee Chen, Massachusetts General Hospital
Kevin Crawley, Johnson & Wales University
Chris Cummings, Nixon Peabody LLP
Kate Damon, Nashoba Brooks School
Kirsta Davey, Nashoba Brooks School
Dori Davis, Nashoba Brooks School
Terri Denning Sevilla
Kate Donahue, Harvard College
George Donnelly, Boston Business Journal
Charles Dornbush, Athenium Capital LLC
Jessica Ellis, Harvard University
Greg Garland, Pursuit Capital Mgt.
Richard Gleicher, Premier Capital
Amy Green, DS SolidWorks Corp
Bradlee Howe, Financial Managers Trust
Chuck Howe, IXL, Inc.
Will Howe, Atlas Watersystems
Penny Jennings, Nashoba Brooks School
Rob Jennings, Nashoba Brooks School
Chris Keefe, Nixon Peabody LLP
Bernard Leed II
Charles Lelon, Kamylon Capital, LLC
Scott Lyon, Captivate Network
Barbara McGill, Colchester Consulting Group
Julie Messina, The 3-21 Foundation, Inc.
Reinier Moquete, Taino Consulting Group
Margaret Pax, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Rick Pedone, Nixon Peabody LLP
Jules Pieri, Daily Grommet
Robert Pizzella, Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management
Robert Popadic, Lighthouse Consulting Group
Annette Raphel, Belmont Day School
Syrene Reilly, Partners HealthCare System, Inc.
Regina Rockefeller, Nixon Peabody LLP
Gabrielle Santa-Donato, Harvard Univeristy; Joan Ganz Cooney Center
Jay Sherry, Eka Software
G. Stevens, Stevens Capital Advisors
Allison Ward, Children's Technology Workshop
... a total of 149 guests.