Nora Maginn, SAI’s Program Manger, has won the 2014 Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences Impact award, given to a small number of FAS staff, due to her excellent contributions to SAI and the Harvard community.
The South Asia Institute is looking for 2 student interns for the Fall 2014 semester, with a possibility of extending into the Spring 2015 Semester.
AIPS has limited travel grant funding to support travel for AIPS member colleagues to travel from Pakistan to the US (and from the US to Pakistan) for a conference or invited lecture.
Harvard will be offering many South Asian courses in the Fall 2014 semester, covering topics such as Islamic law, social enterprise, Indian cinema, South Asian art, music in Islam, Buddhist scripture, and the Era of the 5th Dalai Lama.
Join SAI this summer for our annual Summer Film Series! Each Thursday, SAI will screen a different film from South Asia. These screenings are free and open to the community.
Will you be traveling in South Asia this summer? If so, SAI wants to share your experience! There are many ways to stay connected with SAI.
Commencement exercises were held at Harvard University on May 29, 2014. Former SAI students, including student coordinators, Graduate Student Associates, and grant recipients received degrees from various Harvard schools.
Explore how entrepreneurship and innovation tackle complex health problems in emerging economies in this HarvardX course with Tarun Khanna and Sue Goldie.
Congratulations to David J. Barron, Honorable S. William Green Professor of Public Law, Harvard Law School and SAI Steering Committee member, on being confirmed by the full Senate for a seat on the bench of the U.S. First Circuit Court of Appeals.
Congratulations to SAI Founder and Former SAI Director Sugata Bose on being elected to the Jadavpur Lok Sabha seat in India’s national election. Bose won the seat in West Bengal as a Trinamool Congress candidate
This year, with the generous support of the Prasad family, the South Asia Institute has funded four Harvard College undergraduate students from various disciplines to study and complete internships in India this summer on issues ranging from the role of media in Indian democracy to environmental governance.
The South Asia Institute was feature in a story in the Harvard Gazette, published on March 14, 2014. The story profiles SAI’s growing involvement in Pakistan, and the Contemporary South Asian City Conference in Karachi in January.