HarvardX for Alumni - Join Our Local Discussion Group!

The RMHUC has organized a discussion group on July 31 around ChinaX, one of seven courses available through the newly announced HarvardX for Alumni series.

Harvard Alumni should have received an e-mail from the Harvard Alumni Association announcing the HarvardX for Alumni series, an experimental online HarvardX primer exclusively for Harvard alumni, as well as several emails introducing all seven courses as they were released over the last three months.

The RMHUC would like to add a fun, in-person element to this online learning by hosting one (or more!) discussion groups.  Our first meeting will be held around the ChinaX session.  Participants are requested to watch the session online if possible (not a requirement) prior to the group's meeting, during which we will have an amazing opportunity to discuss, question, and collaborate – like being back at Harvard!  These meetings are designed to be informal discussion groups to give interested alumni a chance to interact and discuss the sessions.  So whether you're well-versed in the material, simply want to listen in or just want dimsum, please join us! The discussion will be held over dinner at Super Star, a Chinese restaurant in the Denver area (dinner will not be sponsored by the Club so participants will be responsible for their own check).


WHAT: RMHUC HarvardX Discussion Group - ChinaX

WHEN: Thursday, July 31, 6:30PM - 8PM

WHERE: Super Star, 2200 W Alameda Ave., #34, Denver 

Please email Srinidhi Reddy at ssreddy@post.harvard.edu to RSVP if you are interested in attending.


This learning program is a taste of curated HarvardX content, including faculty conversations featuring seven online HarvardX courses, and available to alumni at no cost.  These are:

  • Neuroscience  (David Cox)
  • Poetry in America  (Elisa New)
  • Einstein Revolution  (Peter Galison)
  • The Ancient Greek Hero  (Gregory Nagy)
  • China  (Peter Bol / William Kirby)
  • Tangible Things  (Laurel Ulrich)
  • Computer Science  (David Malan)

To register for access to the course materials with the HAA, please go to their registration page.