A keynote address by Bono, lead singer of U2, activist, and co-founder of ONE and (RED); with introductions by Bank of America Chief Executive Officer Brian Moynihan and Georgetown University President John J. DeGioia.
The fourth and final event in The Atlantic's third annual Women of Washington event series, underwritten by ExxonMobil, will feature Anne-Marie Slaughter, author of Atlantic cover story "Why Women Still Can't Have It All," with The Atlantic's Linda Douglass on November 1.
On October 30th, The Atlantic’s Big Science Summit will celebrate revolutionary new ideas and technologies with an eye to the future, asking questions about investments in science research and the viability of cutting edge technologies. Bringing many of the country’s leading scientists and innovators together on stage, The Atlantic’s Big Science Summit will underscore the relationship between science and innovation, celebrate recent scientific coups, and look ahead to what’s next.
Building on its successful debut last fall, this year’s forum, a partnership with the University of California, San Diego, will delve deeply into the topic of disruptive technologies in media, energy, and health.
The Opportunity Debate: Upward Mobility and The American Dream, A Heartland Monitor Poll Briefing at the Presidential Debate
Just hours before the first presidential debate, a panel of campaign officials, national pollsters, party strategists and leading economists explored how economic issues would impact 2012's presidential race.
On the afternoon of September 24, The Atlantic will host "A Conversation on Community Health" Town Hall in Philadelphia, underwritten by GSK.
For the first time, National Journal and The Atlantic will combine their news talent and brand strengths at the conventions to inform media coverage and special on-site events in Tampa and Charlotte.
The Atlantic and National Journal hosted Conversations with the Next Generation Town Halls at the Republican and Democratic Presidential Conventions, bringing together top leaders for a dialogue on important issues facing America's young and emerging workforce.
The eighth-annual collaboration between The Atlantic and The Aspen Institute proved successful once more. The 2012 Aspen Ideas Festival engaged over 2,000 participants in a week-long event that featured a variety of programs, tutorials, seminars, and discussions of intellectual exchange.
The Atlantic’s Next Generation Energy Forum gathered the country's top energy leaders and experts for an afternoon of compelling dialogue focusing on how to bring clean energy sources to scale and the role of the public and private sector in moving this agenda forward.
On Tuesday, June 12, The Atlantic hosted our own James Fallows for a discussion of his new book China Airborne.
On June 7, The Atlantic and National Journal engaged audiences on the changing conversation that technology has raised between the consumer and the corporation.
The Atlantic's third annual Food Summit explored the topics of consumer behavior, health and nutrition, and sustainable agriculture.
The Atlantic’s Technologies in Education Forum will focus on the new policies, technologies, and tools available to those working on the front lines to bolster American student learning and achievement.
The Atlantic’s upcoming Innovation Summit will gather the country's top scientists, industry leaders, and public officials for a full day of compelling dialogue dedicated to innovation.
Each year, Atlantic Media hosts a series of star-studded events surrounding The White House Correspondents’ Dinner, D.C.’s premier social occasion.
The Atlantic's fourth annual Health Care Forum will discuss the future of wireless health, the potential of data innovation to improve care, and how to finance health care in the current economy.
The inaugural New York Ideas will build on the success of the Aspen Ideas Festival and Washington Ideas Forum programs.
The Atlantic’s Jobs & Economy of the Future Town Hall, underwritten by Microsoft, focused on how to educate the next generation of Americans to compete in the 21st century economy.
On March 16th, The Atlantic will partner with National Journal to host a briefing on the latest Allstate/National Journal Heartland Monitor Poll.