Hertz Happenings

Pub Date Event

Fall Board Meeting - New York Highlights
The Hertz Foundation Board gathered at the Renaissance 57 Hotel in Manhattan for its 2013 October 18th meeting. Directors performed semi-annual review of endowment assets and management, and approved the annual Form 990 nonprofit financial summary. Productive sessions included announcements of the Hertz Foundation Thesis Prize Winner and the Newman Entrepreneurial Initiative Awards, as well as the introduction of four new Directors named to the Board. The Hertz Dinner connected New York City Hertz Fellows and Friends, and featured keynote speaker and Hertz Fellow, Alfred Spector.


Chicago Fellows Dinner
Chicago Hertz Fellows and Friends gathered for dinner and a fascinating presentation by Philip Eckhoff, Hertz Fellow 2004, about Global Health and Development. The event was a memorable evening of new and renewed friendships, laughter, intriguing conversation, science discussion, and problem solving. Hertz Directors, Interviewers, Fellows and friends attended at the Double Tree Hotel O’Hare in Rosemont.


2014 Spring Board Meeting
Connect with Hertz Fellows and Friends in the Boston Area, Friday, March 21. Meet the Hertz Board of Directors and Interviewers for engaging conversation, dinner, and a fascinating presentation at the Millennium Bostonian Hotel, Boston. The reception will begin at 5:30pm with the dinner to follow at 7:00pm in the Season's Ballroom.


2014 New Fellows Orientation
"The Hertz New Fellows Orientation jump-started my engagement with the Hertz Community and empowered me to take full advantage of the Hertz Fellowship. The orientation, run by the rockstar staff in Livermore, describes the Hertz Events held throughout the year and helps new Fellows understand their role in the Hertz Community." - by Cooper Rinzler, Hertz Fellow 201, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Photonic Material Technologies


2014 Hertz Summer Workshop
Hertz Fellows and Friends Welcome."A Hertz Summer Workshop is like a summer camp crossed with a conference. It includes technical presentations and discussions as well as community building activities and time to goof off. My experiences have been inspiring, motivating, and just plain fun!" by Katie Maass, Hertz Fellow 2011, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Chemical Engineering