The Kellogg Benelux Alumni Club invites you to this highly interactive workshop based on the New York Times bestselling book “Designing Your Life” by Bill Burnett and Dave Evans. Due to popular demand in Brussels, we’ve added an Amsterdam edition of this workshop/ Design thinking applied to your life Navigating […]

May 23: Designing Your Life Workshop

What: Get together with Penn-Wharton & other Ivy Circle alumni for an informal drink the day after King’s Day festivities. When: Sunday 28 April from 15:00-18:00 Where: Kitchen & Bar Vondelpark3, Vondelpark 3, 1071 AA Amsterdam Cash bar (pay for your own drinks)

April 28: King’s Day Hangover

On March 28 at 18:30 hrs, please join us for drinks and a light dinner at the laidback innovation space of Impact Hub (next to the Tropenmuseum in Amsterdam) and stay for good conversation with other alumni of major American, British and Canadian universities living in Amsterdam, at the invitation […]

March 28: Social Impact is Changing How We Live and ...

For our Young Alumni we have been able to reserve 15 tickets for this really cool behind the scenes event. If you want to go, please email that you would like to attend with the code “Ivy Circle – Young Alumni”This year, white swan Odette, black swan Odille and Prince Siegfried […]

Young alumni event: Dive into Swan Lake, 21 February

WHAT: The sun comes up late and goes down early, but the winter solstice is just around the corner. Come and celebrate with us! Penn-Wharton alumni and Wharton alumna Marsha Plotnitsky, founder and curator of The Merchant House, invite you and your guests to join them for TMH's 5th year anniversary "B'day Bash".  The tentative program […]

Penn-Wharton event: TMH B’day Bash, 14 December

The annual HCNL/OxCam Christmas Dinner on Sat 15 December   The Harvard Club of The Netherlands and the Oxford & Cambridge Society of the Netherlands, are delighted to announce that we will be hosting the 2018 edition of our annual Christmas dinner at The Lobby Hotel V in Amsterdam. It’s […]

Harvard event: Annual Christmas Dinner, 15 December

WHAT: Penn-Wharton alumni and Wharton alumna Marsha Plotnitsky, founder and curator of The Merchant House, invite you and your guests to join them for a concert, followed by a roundtable discussion and drinks.  Concert Remembering the Future. Music of Luciano Berio and Giacinto Scelsi. Virtuoso avant-garde fluitist Machiko Takahashi has a unique understanding […]

Penn-Wharton event: Concert – Remembering the Future, 25 November

SAVE THE DATE!!! What: Netherlands Fulbright Alumni Association's annual Thanksgiving Dinner When: Thursday, 22 November 2018 from 18.00-22.00 Where: Location and registration details to be published soon . . . THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT. IT IS NO LONGER POSSIBLE TO REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT. 

Fulbright Alumni event: Thanksgiving Dinner, 22 November

YES YOU CAN! Powerful Negotiations Strategies for Women WHAT: Ivy Circle Netherlands is delighted to join forces with the remarkable Dr. René Pfromm, Harvard alumnus for an interactive workshop of negotiation skills with women alumnae of Ivy Circle member alumni clubs, INSEAD and IMD.  WHEN: Monday 19 November 2018 from 17.00 until […]

YES YOU CAN! Powerful Negotiation Strategies for Women, 19 November

WHAT: Penn-Wharton alumni in the Netherlands and Belgium, and Wharton alumna Marsha Plotnitsky, founder and curator of The Merchant House, invite you and your guests to join them for a reception (including drinks) at The Merchant House booth 3_4 at Independent Brussels. Independent Brussels, the European edition of Independent New York, is an annual curated art […]

Penn-Wharton event: drinks at Independent Brussels, 10 November

ANNE APPLEBAUM DEMOCRACY & DISINFORMATION – UNDERSTANDING OUR NEW NORMAL WHAT: Anne Applebaum, Yale alumna, is a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian, journalist and commentator on geopolitics. She provides both background and insights vital to understanding the risks and opportunities of today's global political and economic climate. Informed by her expertise in Europe and […]

Yale event: Anne Applebaum, Democracy & Disinformation, 5 November