2012 Inner Belt Symposia

In 2012, the Cambridge Historical Society held a three-part symposia on the Inner Belt in Cambridge. The events were co-sponsored by MIT, Livable Streets, and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and were underwritten by Irving House and Forest City. The planning committee included Karilyn Crockett, Richard Garver, Michael Kenney, Gavin Kleespies, Alyssa Pacy, and Jim Peters. Program One: The Role of Planners Working with Community GroupsWed, … Read More

Wicked Local: Cambridge Historical Society announces theme for fall symposium

October 1, 2017 “The Cambridge Historical Society recently announced ‘Made in Cambridge: What’s Happening in Kendall Square?’ as the theme of its second fall symposium, held over two evenings. The first event, titled ‘Why Here?’ will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 2 at the Cambridge Public Library. The second ‘What’s Next?ΩΩ‘ will be held from 6 to … Read More

Cambridge Day: Historical Society’s Kendall Square events to look at what made it happen, what’s next

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September 30, 2017 By Marc Levy “Biotech has helped transform Kendall Square into what’s been called ‘the most innovative square mile on the planet’ – but, well, why? Why here and not somewhere else? And what’s next? “The Cambridge Historical Society asks these question at two free events in October, starting with Monday’s ‘Why Here?’ and finishing Oct. 18 with … Read More

10/02/17: Past — “Why Here?” – The first installment of the 2017 Fall Symposium

October Symposium Postcard

Update – watch the event: Our 2017 Symposium’s theme is “Made in Cambridge: What’s Happening in Kendall Square?” On Monday, October 2nd at the Cambridge Public Library, we held the first part of our 2017 Fall Symposium: “Why Here?” Our moderator was Henrietta Davis, former Mayor of Cambridge, and our speakers were Sam Lipson, Director of Environmental Health at Cambridge … Read More

Past “What’s Next?” – The second installment of the 2017 Fall Symposium

October Symposium Postcard

Our 2017 Symposium’s theme is “Made in Cambridge: What’s Happening in Kendall Square?” Join us on Wednesday, October 18th at Google Cambridge for the second part of our 2017 Fall Symposium: “What’s Next?” Our Moderator is Mimi Graney, and our speakers are David Sun Kong from the Community Biotechnology Initiative at the MIT Media Lab, Abbie Celniker, a Partner at Third … Read More