Category : Students
The South Asia Institute offered an Immersion Program for SAI grant recipients to get an in-depth look into organizations and NGOs in and around Delhi.
The Harvard South Asia Institute, along with the Harvard Club of Delhi and the Harvard India Student Group, hosted an alumni and current student networking night on Thursday, July 18 at the India International Center in Delhi.
SAI offers two opportunities for fellowships related to Pakistan studies.
SAI is looking for several interns to begin in the fall. This is an opportunity for Harvard undergraduate and graduate students. Work study and Field Experience program eligible.
SAI Executive Director, Meena Hewett, was in Pakistan last week developing our ongoing programs and collaborations with the country.
This summer, 25 highly talented students from across India have been chosen following a highly competitive selection process to participate in a two-week immersion workshop that will allow them to explore some of the most exciting research topics in neuroscience.
The Omidyar Grant was awarded to three teams from across Harvard College and graduate schools. Each proposes a unique entrepreneurial solution to a problem facing South Asia.
An exciting new initiative for Pakistanis, undertaken by a group of students from MIT, Harvard, LUMS, and other universities in collaboration with GEO, to create a free online portal that will provide comprehensive information to Pakistani students about how to apply to higher education, residency, and fellowship programs abroad.