The Atlantic will explore the impact that the election will have on the higher education sector and institutions across the country.
The Atlantic will gather business and higher education leaders and public officials to examine the way data is changing what employers look for in graduates, how academic institutions teach data science to their students and what these trends mean for the economy of the future.
As Washington debates how to reshape health care and Americans struggle to pay for lifesaving drugs, The Atlantic will host a discussion focused on exploring value-based drug pricing.
The Aspen Ideas Festival is the nation's premier public gathering place for leaders from around the globe and across many disciplines to present and discuss the ideas and issues that both shape our lives and challenge our times.
For its ninth year, the Washington Ideas Forum will convene the nation's leaders, from politics and government to business and culture for two days of idea sharing and thought provoking conversation.
The Atlantic, The Aspen Institute and Bloomberg Philanthropies will convene mayors and city practitioners from across the world for conversations on the future of cities.
The Atlantic will convene key policymakers, state leaders, administrators, stakeholders and experts for a robust discussion about the future of postsecondary education policy.
The Atlantic gathered key stakeholders to examine the future for biosimilars domestically and abroad.
New York Times correspondent Helene Cooper will join The Atlantic’s Washington Editor at Large Steve Clemons to discuss her new book on work of Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and her successful mobilization of a coalition built on the grassroots foundation of female voters.
In this Next America forum, The Atlantic convened key policymakers, local officials, stakeholders and experts to examine the future of early care and education policy.
In a series of conversations, The Atlantic will explore civitas, the contract binding all citizens together.
The Atlantic’s David Frum joined Scott Stossel to discuss why he believes President Trump could lead our democracy to an autocracy, and what it could mean for the future of the Republic.
The Atlantic will convene experts for a discussion of the rare disease patient experience and why it is so unique.
In a series of conversations, The Atlantic will explore civitas, the contract binding all citizens together, and talk to leaders of business, politics and society who are striving to make our Union a little more perfect.
Atlantic Editor in Chief Jeffrey Goldberg discussed the global fight against ISIS with The Atlantic’s Graeme Wood and the Obama Administration’s Brett McGurk.
We sat down with Atlantic senior editor James Hamblin to discuss his new book, If Our Bodies Could Talk: A Guide to Operating and Maintaining a Human Body, a handbook for tackling life’s most pressing health concerns and curiosities.