As technology becomes progressively nimble and pervasive, how do Americans feel about its impact on their personal privacy?
On June 7, The Atlantic hosted Congressman John Dingell as he officially became the longest-serving Member of Congress in United States History.
The Atlantic’s Generations Keynote Interview Session will convene leading scholars, demographers, health professionals, and urban planners for a two-hour event that will delve into the demographic shift underway as millions of baby boomers reach retirement age.
On May 22, 2013, The Atlantic’s Generations Forum analyzed how individuals, communities, and policymakers can embrace the demographic realities of America’s future.
Now in its fourth consecutive year, The Atlantic’s Women of Washington event series, underwritten by Exxon Mobil Corporation, showcases a series of four powerful and focused one-on-one conversations with eminent women leaders in Washington, DC.
The Atlantic’s Technologies in Education Forum focused on the new policies, technologies, and tools available to those working on the front lines to bolster American student learning and achievement.
The Manhattan incarnation of The Atlantic and the Aspen Institute’s esteemed Ideas franchise will focus on “The Innovators” in 2013, convening leaders in business, finance, technology, the sciences, and the arts.
Join industry experts, policymakers, and business leaders to discuss the latest innovations, trends, and concerns in an industry critical to our lives.
"Scoring for Good Health" will examine the broader implications of Congressional Budget Office scoring rules for health care reform in America.
Each year, Atlantic Media hosts a series of star-studded events surrounding The White House Correspondents’ Dinner, D.C.’s premier social occasion.
The First Annual Summit on the State of the Middle Class brought together national opinion leaders, government decision makers, and the media to discuss the economic experience of the Middle Class, and explored what the critical next steps are in restoring and maintaining these communities across the country.
Building upon 2012’s successful Economy Summit, The Atlantic gathered today’s leading thinkers on debt and the economy for a daylong event.
On February 13, The Atlantic and The Atlantic Cities launched Start-Up City: Miami, gathering leading entrepreneurs and tech experts from London, New York, California, Kansas City, and more in Miami for a day of discussions about different aspects of the city’s innovation ecosystem.
Join The Atlantic and National Journal for our 11th annual State of the Union Congressional Debrief the morning after President Obama delivers his State of the Union address to the 113th Congress and the nation.
On February 7 in Washington, D.C., The Atlantic hosted a full-day program focused on all aspects of the manufacturing sector.
On February 6, The Atlantic will convene a group of Denver community health leaders for an afternoon of panel discussions and a keynote interview with Governor John Hickenlooper concerning national and local health problems impacting Colorado.
The New Economics of Energy: How Technology and Innovation are Changing the Way We Power Our Economy
Join National Journal and The Atlantic to discuss the broad range of advancements in the energy industry and the effect they have on economic growth in America.
On December 12, The Atlantic convened a group of St. Louis leaders for an afternoon of panel discussions and keynote interviews concerning national and local health problems impacting Missouri.
The Atlantic's Small Business Forum featured a morning of panel discussions, keynotes, and entrepreneur case studies focused on stimulating prosperity in the small business community.
On December 10, 2012, The Atlantic hosted an afternoon of panel discussions and keynote interviews focused on restoring America’s competitive edge in trade and high-wage job creation.