We recently learned of the following events that might be of interest to you:

** Social Impact week: Affordable Housing panel

Friday, Nov. 15 11am-12:15pm JMHH 206 With speakers Matthias Hollwich from HWKN and Nancy Wagner from the reinvestment fund.

Event agenda: 10 min presentation of HWKN's work on senior accommodation/aging and micro-housing 10 min presentation on urban, infill, workforce priced housing strategies 10 min presentation on work of TRF The panel will answer the following questions: Q1 - How do you define "value" in the context of your housing work? Matthias to discuss from the point of view of design, Nancy to discuss from point of view of financing/pro forma - opportunity to respond to each other's comments. Q2 - In light of the recent housing bubble - and changing urban demographics - how do we define affordable these days? Should we think of it differently than is formally defined by government agencies, funding streams etc.? Q3 - Housing as investment - For decades home ownership has been viewed as a key instrument of economic mobility. Recently we have seen a shift away from ownership to rental - and the future of equity building for modest homeowners seems unclear. How do you each view housing as an economic mobility device?

** Transatlantic Ambitions: Launching your International Career

Friday, November 15, 2013 4:30PM JMHH F55 RSVP here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1M8OxlaikxoiM0DUIMUNYufVQ3Ja8aj0BR1t9Lmh8MiY/viewform

A panel discussion with executives and employees from multinational corporations such as Coca-Cola, Ericsson, Lutron, IKEA, Elsa&Me, and SCA. The discussion will be led by Professor Drew Carton, an Assistant Professor of Management at Wharton, who has previously taught at London Business School. Panelists are all people who have successfully built up international careers and worked in several different countries. They will address questions such as “should students pursue a career within one company, and then move abroad within the company?” and share their strategies and tips for launching an international career.

A Scandinavian "Fika" (Sweden's ultimate coffee break) with Swedish pastries and refreshments will be offered.

This event is organized by the Swedish American Chamber of Commerce, Wharton Europe, and Wharton Council. See the Facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/578806852193132/?ref_newsfeed_story_type=regular