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On May 22, 2013, The Atlantic’s Generations Forum analyzed how individuals, communities, and policymakers can embrace the demographic realities of America’s future.
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.
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.
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 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.
Each year, Atlantic Media hosts a series of star-studded events surrounding The White House Correspondents’ Dinner, D.C.’s premier social occasion.
The inaugural New York Ideas will build on the success of the Aspen Ideas Festival and Washington Ideas Forum programs.
On December 15, 2011, The Atlantic partnered with National Journal to host a briefing on the latest Allstate/National Journal Heartland Monitor Poll.
New in 2011, The Atlantic is partnering with the University of California, San Diego to host three days of dynamic conversations on the future at the stunning Scripps Seaside Forum in La Jolla, California.
Presented by The Atlantic and the Aspen Institute, the Washington Ideas Forum is a groundbreaking gathering of newsmakers, industry innovators, and leading journalists for two days of debate, conversation, and idea-sharing.
Now for the seventh consecutive year, The Atlantic and The Aspen Institute have collaborated to produce the Aspen Ideas Festival - a week-long celebration of brave thinking, new voices, and forward-looking dialogue.
One of the premiere annual gatherings for thought-leaders from the worlds of government, business, media, science and academia.
The Atlantic engageS city leaders and urban influentials in important conversation on the challenges and opportunities facing America’s cities—infrastructure, transportation, mobility, energy, sustainable design, and telecommunications