Harvard in India
The Harvard Alumni Association’s Global Series conference “The Power of the Idea: An Academic Symposium Exploring Outreach in South Asia,” takes place in New Delhi on March 25 and 26.
The event features University president Lawrence H. Summers, five deans, and several faculty members, including Nobel laureate Amartya Sen, and prominent alumni, such as Surat Singh, president of both the Harvard Club of India and the Harvard University Alumni Clubs of Asia.
For registration and details on the event, visit http://post.harvard.edu/harvard/globalseries/html/index.html.
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