In 2014, The Atlantic launched a series of conversations across the country on how we can "build the future" - of manufacturing, of biotechnology, and of energy. On April 16, The Atlantic will be coming to Worcester, MA for the second event in this program series.
The Atlantic will bring together a robust group of experts in medicine, public health, policy, and finance to examine the condition of the nation's health care and prescribe policies for its improvement.
Join National Journal and The Atlantic for the second in a series of town hall events as we go to the heart of Austin to examine the opportunities, inclinations and impact of this giant influential generation.
This event will convene key tax policy leaders for a conversation about whether, even without comprehensive reform, there are small but significant steps that can be taken now to combat fraud, preserve the integrity of the tax system, and better serve and protect consumers.
The Atlantic's 2014 Economy Summit will gather today's leading thinkers and policy practitioners on the budget, private and public debt, finance, investment in jobs, infrastructure and nextgen tech, and international trade.
The Atlantic explores what businesses and universities are doing to equip the workforce with the skills needed to succeed in this new era and how local leaders are strengthening the resurgence of the manufacturing sector.
The Atlantic Presents: The Shriver Report LIVE will gather a group of inspiring leaders to discuss the findings and implications of the latest Shriver Report, an ongoing multi-platform project founded by Maria Shriver, in partnership with the Center for American Progress.
In the second event in The Atlantic's View from the Top Series, Michael K. Young, President of the University of Washington, and Alexis Madrigal, Senior Editor at The Atlantic, will sit down for a candid one-on-one interview, discussing the route to success.
The Atlantic and the MAC Aids Fund present a Digital Town Hall convening experts from around the world for honest conversation to galvanize a complacent American public and corporate establishment to pay attention to AIDS.
The event will bring together 300 global city leaders-more than 30 mayors, plus urban theorists, city planners, scholars, architects, and artists-for a series of conversations about urban ideas that are shaping the world's metro centers.
The Atlantic will host a series of panels and interviews featuring top infrastructure experts, policymakers, and industry leaders to identify the key challenges and opportunities as we work to equip our infrastructure to withstand the challenges to the 21st century.
Featuring interviews and panels with industry leaders, top government officials and economic experts, the program will cover topics ranging from the impact of technology on industry to workforce development and competitiveness abroad.
Since 1857, The Atlantic has helped shape the national debate on the most critical and contentious issues of our times, from politics, business, and the economy, to technology, arts, and culture. Through in-depth analysis in the monthly print magazine, complemented by up-to-the-minute insights delivered throughout the day on theatlantic.com, The Atlantic provides the nation’s thought leaders and professional class with forward-looking, fresh perspectives that provoke and challenge, define and affect the lives we’re living today, and give shape to the lives we will live tomorrow.
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