In order to continue to bring attention to the country’s needs, we invite Harvard affiliates to submit photos taken while in Nepal.
Category : Students
Harvard for Nepal is a university-wide initiative that aims to unite Harvard in response to the earthquake that devastated Nepal in April 2015.
Take a look back at SAI’s most-viewed news articles from last semester.
View the digital version of SAI’s Year In Review publication, highlighting all of SAI’s activities for the academic year.
On May 14, SAI hosted panel discussions featuring faculty from Harvard, MIT, Tufts, and Brown on lessons for Nepal across a broad spectrum of issues, including public health, water and sanitation, reconstruction of heritage sites, and equity in humanitarian efforts.
Under the general direction of Faculty member(s), the RA will develop, design, and conduct research projects at Harvard Business School.
The course is a University-wide platform course jointly offered with GSAS, HBS, HGSE, HKS, HLS, and HSPH, and coordinated by Prof Tarun Khanna (HBS) and co-taught by Rahul Mehrotra (GSD), as well as two other Harvard faculty.
SAI welcomes submissions for its blog from Harvard students, faculty, alumni, and affiliates on an array of topics pertaining to South Asia