Dec. 2, 2020
Frenemy – Can AI replace your professor?
This event takes a deep dive into the challenges and opportunities AI imposes on the future of education. Each of the panelists represents a different area that is thoroughly shaping the digitization of education: politics, corporations, and higher education.
Dec. 4, 2020
A fresh start for migration: European and American perspectives on migration policy
Join us in discussing what a fresh start in migration policy could look like with Eric Schwartz (Refugees International) and Christiane Kraus (German Government), moderated by Jacqueline Bhabha (Harvard University).
Let us inspire you to take initiative in solving today’s most pressing challenges. We want to energize you by bringing together extraordinary personalities to share their principles for success with you. Confronted with an ever increasing dynamic and complex environment, German American leadership seeks new avenues of cooperation.
The German American Conference is highly focused on an exchange between two of the world’s arguably most influential nations in order to foster cooperation and leadership. Join our dialogue on the most pressing issues.
Business and Innovation has been at the heart of the German American Conference since its very inception. We explore the latest emerging trends that drive growth and prosperity on both sides of the Atlantic.
“The German American Conference at Harvard is an outstanding platform to get especially young Germans and US-Americans enthusiastic about the transatlantic friendship between the United States of America and Germany”
“The contribution and the impulses achieved by the German American Conference for our bilateral relations, cannot be overestimated”
“I really enjoyed the panel discussions with top-level politicians and executives – it is hard to find another conference that is offering so many insiders’ views and open exchanges on topics that define our transatlantic relationship.”