What does it mean to “do good?”
How do we figure out how to do the most good for the world, with the limited resources we have?
Harvard College Effective Altruism is a campus group dedicated to spreading the ideas of effective altruism—that we should apply evidence and reason to find the most effective ways to improve the world.
Every semester, we select a group of students to form a Fellowship that will learn about the ideas of EA through weekly dinner discussions. In the past we’ve been joined by experts and luminaries such as philosopher Peter Singer, psychologists Steven Pinker and Joshua Greene, economist Larry Summers, Skype co-founder Jaan Tallinn, biologist George Church, and many more.