This Week's Top Stories
December 13, 2019
At the Nepal Mandala Symposium , international experts convened at Harvard to share their expertise on the history, culture, and societies of the Nepal Mandala — the Kathmandu Valley — unveiling its important and evolving role in early modern South Asia.
This year, the Crossroads Emerging Leaders Program received a landmark 6,093 applications for its fully funded career development opportunity that culminates in Dubai, with applicants hailing from 97 nations across the Middle East, Africa, Central Asia, Latin America, South Asia, and the US.
Sakshi Gupta is an accomplished sculptor and mixed media artist from India who has just completed her time as a Visiting Artist Fellow at the Mittal Institute. She looks back on her fellowship at Harvard, and explores how she'll build on this experience in her future artwork.
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Deadline: Friday, February 14, 2020
We're now accepting applications for our summer grants to research, intern, or perform a language study in South Asia! Harvard undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to apply. Reach out to Selmon Rafey,, with any questions.
Deadline: Friday, January 31, 2020
We invite eligible post-docs from South Asia to apply for our Raghunathan Family Fellowship and advanced degree holders from Pakistan to apply for our Syed Babar Ali Fellowship. Please reach out to Selmon Rafey, , with any questions .
Letter of Intent Deadline: EXTENDED to Monday, December 16
We're accepting proposals for the Mittal Institute's annual Seed for Change Competition! Grants will be awarded to selected interdisciplinary student projects that positively impact societal, economic, and environmental issues in India and Pakistan.