Calendar

On campus and across the country, we host dozens of events each year to examine important housing policy issues. In addition to seminars, lectures, and panel discussions here at Harvard, we convene conferences and symposia around the country, bringing together housing practitioners, researchers, and policymakers.

Our events for the Fall 2021 semester have ended. Join our mailing list to be notified about our Spring 2022 events.

Jan
21
Publications
Research
Webcasts

America's Rental Housing 2022

Date: Friday, January 21, 2022
Join us for the release of our biennial America's Rental Housing report.
Feb
04
Research
Webcasts

From Better Housing for Native Americans to Improved Services for Residents of Affordable Housing: Insights from the 2021 Gramlich Fellows

Date: Friday, February 4, 2022
Design approaches that better reflect the community desires as well as more effective ways to fund and provide high-quality services for residents will be the focus of presentations by two Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) students who were the Center’s 2021 Gramlich Fellows in Community and Economic Development.
Feb
08
Local Events
Webcasts

Dunlop Lecture with HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge

Date: Tuesday, February 8, 2022
Secretary Fudge believes the country’s housing issues do not fit into a one-size-fits-all approach. We need policies and programs that can adapt to meet a community’s unique housing challenges. She is committed to making the dream of homeownership - and the security and wealth creation that comes with it - a reality for more Americans.
Feb
11
Webcasts

Fellowships Open House

Date: Friday, February 11, 2022 to
Application deadlines are fast approaching for our summer fellowships and research grants. We invite Harvard graduate students to join us for a virtual open house to learn more about funding opportunities the Center offers.
Mar
24
Local Events
Conferences
Webcasts

Bringing Digitalization Home: How Can Technology Address Housing Challenges?

Date: Thursday, March 24, 2022 to
A three-day symposium (virtual & in-person) where leading scholars and experts will discuss the nature and extent of technologically-driven changes in housing and whether these changes are likely to further (or hamper) efforts to address economic, social, and environmental challenges, such as housing affordability, discrimination, and climate change.