TICKET SALES CLOSED: Annual Dinner Featuring Professor Harry Lewis and the Radcliffe Pitches
An Evening with Professor Harry Lewis, Former Dean of Harvard College
The Radcliffe Pitches
Wednesday, January 13, 2016
The Harvard Club of the Research Triangle invites you to our annual dinner featuring a lecture by Professor Harry R. Lewis, Gordon McKay Professor of Computer Science speaking on "the Past and Future of Engineering at Harvard". The Radcliffe Pitches will perform a varied repertoire consisting of jazz standards, classics from the Great American Songbook, and contemporary songs.
Prof. Lewis has been a member of the Harvard faculty since 1974. He has helped launch thousands of Harvard undergraduates, including both Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg, into careers in computer Science. In addition, Professor Lewis was the interim Dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences when John Paulson gave $400 million to support the SEAS. From 1995-2003, Professor Lewis served as Dean of Harvard College. He is a long time member of the College's Admissions Committee. Professor Lewis will speak about the exciting news at the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
Listen to a sampling of the Radcliffe Pitches from this page.
When: January 13, 6PM – 8 PM, Cocktails followed by buffet dinner
Where: The University Club, 3100 Tower Blvd., Suite 1700, Durham, NC 27707
Cost: $40 for club members, $25 for young members, $60 for non members