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Learning entrepreneurship from South Asia

“When it comes to innovation, I think there is no place better than Harvard to start work on an important initiative,” said Viroopa Volla ’14, who is helping to launch Impact, a magazine about social entrepreneurship written exclusively by students....

SAI Grants Open House A Success!

SAI Grants Open House A Success!
SAI’s Grant Open House, held on Monday December 10, featured presentations from eight students who went to South Asia this summer to conduct research or intern at one of the 49 different organizations SAI has partnered with in the region. Nishin Nathwani...

SAI Winter Gathering

SAI Winter Gathering
The South Asia Institute Winter Gathering was held on Tuesday, December 4. Performers included Harvard Bhangra and Charun Thattai, a carnatic whistler. Students and other members of the SAI community gathered to share food and celebrate the conclusion of a fantastic...

SAI Announces Winter Grant Recipients

Read below to learn about the research projects SAI will be funding as winter session grants this year.   Tyler Arnot – The Estate Tamils of Sri Lanka M.Ed. Candidate, Harvard Graduate School of Education In a broad sense, the post-disaster conditions in...

Harvard Asia Quarterly

The Harvard Asia Quarterly’s fall issue focuses on South Asia. Click here to download the journal. Having trouble with the file size? Click here.

SAI Welcome Back Chaat Party A Huge Success!

SAI Welcome Back Chaat Party A Huge Success!
On Friday, September 28, over 140 Harvard students, staff and faculty attended SAI’s welcome back chaat party! Representatives from all South Asian student groups at Harvard University were in attendance, and students learned about SAI’s upcoming events...

Harvard Alumni Meet in Dhaka, March 2012

In early March, members of Dhaka’s Harvard community met at the Alliance Francaise de Dhaka. Shazzad Hoshen Khan, an emerging Bengali artist, was present to discuss his work on exhibition. Attendants included Ms. Ferdous Begum, former Director General for Bangladesh...