The Harvard University Asia Center was officially established in July 1, 1997, to reflect Harvard’s deep commitment to Asia and the growing connections between Asian nations. Read more about Asia Center
For over twenty years, the Asian American Dance Troupe (AADT) has sought to spread an appreciation and awareness of Asian culture through the medium of dance. Our repertoire includes a diverse range of dance forms including traditional, ethnic minority, fusion, martial arts, modern, and hip hop. Read more about Asian American Dance Troupe
The Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies offers grants for Harvard College students to offset expenses related to unpaid (or low-paying) summer internships in Russia, Eastern Europe, or Central Asia. Eligible expenses are limited to transatlantic airfare, meals, and housing.
Goldman Undergraduate Research Travel Grants are offered annually by the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies. Grants cover some portion of travel and living expenses for students carrying out independent research on topics in Russian and Eurasian studies. Read more about Goldman Undergraduate Research Travel Grants
The Davis Center offers grants to Harvard graduate students for research travel to the former Soviet Union or Eastern Europe. Students who are not eligible for FLAS summer language fellowships may apply for a travel grant to support formal language study in a foreign country.
Drawing on resources in the fields of law, economics, business, and Islamic studies, IFP compiles specialized bibliographies with the primary goal of acting as a point of convergence for information about Islamic finance and economics for academics, researchers, and industry professionals, not only …
Through the Islamic Heritage Project (IHP), Harvard University has cataloged, conserved, and digitized hundreds of Islamic manuscripts, maps, and published texts from Harvard's renowned library and museum collections.
Providing an open, inclusive environment to HBS Muslims while actively engaging the larger HBS community on issues related to Islam. Annual Events include Thursday evening and Friday afternoon prayers in the HBS Chapel and an open reception for the two main Muslim holidays.