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Student voices: Beef bans in India

Shaiba Rather, Harvard College ’17, spent her summer conducting research for her senior thesis on the bans of the production and consumption of beef in India. “This topic contributes to a larger question of how identity politics are mobilized in multicultural democracies,” she writes.

Student voices: Reslilience in Nepal

During her summer internship in Nepal, HKS student Yoko Okura conducted stakeholder interviews with community leaders, local government officials, teachers, students, and parents to evaluate the impact of community-based and school-based disaster reduction programs.

Student voices: Cultural connection

“This study abroad program allowed me to connect more with how I identify myself,” writes Ajay Singh, Harvard College ’18, who spent his summer studying Punjabi at the American Institute of Indian Studies in Chandigarh with support from a SAI grant.

Student voices: Nepal’s electricity crisis

This is part of a recurring series in which we share reports from Harvard students who have traveled to South Asia with support from a SAI grant during the winter session. Click here to read more reports from students. By Anne Shrestha, MPA-ID ’16 Harvard Kennedy...