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08.24.2015
In recognition of the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, The Atlantic will explore New Orlean's resilience while evaluating the challenges it and other communities across the country continue to face.
08.18.2015
The Atlantic will host an exclusive screening of Documentary Now! followed by a panel discussion moderated by The Atlantic's Steve Clemons and MSNBC's Alex Wagner in conversation with show creators Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, Seth Meyers writer/director Rhys Thomas.
07.21.2015
The Atlantic will examine the social, financial and scientific challenges that treating-and ultimately curing-Alzheimer's disease poses to American society.
06.18.2015
The Atlantic is hosting a half-day forum to address how technological innovations can mitigate issues of poverty, inequality, workforce development and education.
06.15.2015
To explore the many facets of the American education system, The Atlantic will gather 400 stakeholders from across related industries to examine the factors that have molded our current school systems and explore changes that could improve how we approach learning for years to come.
05.21.2015
For the second event in the Bold Bets series, The Atlantic is heading down the California coastline to explore urban digitalization initiatives in L.A. and across the nation.
05.20.2015
The Atlantic and the Aspen Institute's fourth annual New York Ideas will be devoted to highlighting the biggest people, ideas and trends that will change the future.
05.07.2015
The Atlantic will convene key voices behind community development initiatives across the country to examine the most effective models for creating lasting solutions to complex social problems.
04.23.2015
The Atlantic will bring together cutting-edge economic thinkers and practitioners, financiers, advocacy groups, financial sector media and business leaders for a daylong gathering on the state of the American and world economies.
04.22.2015
Giving special attention to the millennial generation's predilection for early adoption on the technological frontier, The Atlantic will explore the effects consumer habits have on the design and implementation of energy technologies in a wireless society.
04.22.2015
Our ongoing series with leading innovators and leaders continues with a focus on China's political, strategic and economic status today.
04.15.2015
Join The Atlantic for a bipartisan conversation around legislative efforts and public-private partnerships promoting sustained, strategic investments to address the challenges facing America's struggling cities.
04.07.2015
The Atlantic's national correspondent Jeffrey Goldberg will discuss his months of reporting in the context of recent world events, in an interview with Atlantic president and editor in chief James Bennet.
03.18.2015
The Atlantic Health Forum will bring together top minds from the health industry to examine how individual patient and physician experiences change with evolving health practices and policies.
02.25.2015
The first event in the Bold Bets series, this evening gathering will focus on infrastructure investments and mobility initiatives and how they may change the face of economic development in California.
01.29.2015
The Atlantic will take a closer look at technology and data based ways to fight identity thieves who file fraudulent tax returns, a practice which costs the country more than $5 billion a year.
01.20.2015
The Atlantic will host a half-day forum, underwritten solely by JPMorgan Chase & Co., centered on workforce development strategies, with a special focus on America's cities.
12.09.2014
The Atlantic will debut Navigate: The Atlantic Tech Conference 2014, which will bring together a group of innovators and influencers to examine ​the ​transformative power of technology​​.​
12.09.2014
Join The Atlantic for a firsthand look into what tomorrow's STEM careers could look like-and the impact they could have on the world.
12.04.2014
The Atlantic's fourth annual Small Business Forum will explore the extraordinary diversity of small business ventures and investigate the policies that can promote-or discourage-entrepreneurship of all types.
12.02.2014
Join The Atlantic for a town hall event, where we will convene entrepreneurs, doctors, researchers, business leaders, patient advocates, and health officials to discuss what technology can do to enhance care and encourage healthy living.
11.14.2014
The Atlantic, in partnership with the MAC AIDS Fund, will convene leaders in social justice and philanthropy, both young and old, for a discussion that will aim to not only inform, but inspire action among the leaders of tomorrow.
11.12.2014
Join us for a town hall event, where we will convene doctors, business leaders, researchers, community organizers, patient advocates, health officials and others, to discuss strategies to promote better health, improve patient outcomes, and rein in costs.
11.06.2014
What's Next? Navigating Global Challenges with the Innovation Generation will highlight today's game-changing ideas and the individuals who are transcending borders to solve the world's most pressing problems.
10.30.2014
Now in its sixth year and hosted in partnership with the Aspen Institute, the Washington Ideas Forum has developed a reputation for fostering creative thinking about the critical issues affecting our national identity, politics, and core values.

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