Islamic Heritage Project

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. These rare and frequently unique materials are now freely available to Internet users worldwide.

Harvard East Asia Society

The Harvard East Asia Society promotes the study of East Asia within the Harvard community and specifically among graduate students. While HEAS is centered on the Regional Studies East Asia (RSEA) degree program, it is open to all those with an interest in East Asian cultures, history, and society.

Asian Pacific American Law Students Association

APALSA is a political, academic, community service, and social group dedicated to fostering a supportive atmosphere for Asian Pacific American students at Harvard Law School. APALSA strives to promote a greater understanding of Asian Pacific American issues and culture, serve as a vehicle for Asian Pacific American political activity, and provide a social and academic network for Asian Pacific Americans and the Harvard Law School community.

Asia-Pacific Research Center

Established in Hong Kong in 1999, the Asia-Pacific Research Center (APRC) was the first of the School's international Research Centers. The APRC is an essential part of the continuing HBS effort to influence the practice of management education, while creating world-class educational experiences for MBA students and business leaders alike. Through its ongoing work, the APRC has developed important links with governments, academic institutions, and corporations within a region that is assuming an increasingly vital role in the world economy.

Freeman-Asia Award Program

The primary goal of Freeman Awards for Study in Asia (Freeman-ASIA) is to increase the number of U.S. undergraduates who study in East and Southeast Asia, by providing them with the information and financial assistance they will need. Award recipients are expected to share their experiences with their home campuses to encourage study abroad in East and Southeast Asia by others, and to spread greater understanding of Asian peoples and cultures within their home communities.

Vietnam Program

P.I.: Anthony Saich. Through a combination of research, teaching and policy advising, the Vietnam Program is an influential participant in policy dialogue that is informing Vietnam's on-going reform process. While focused on Vietnam, our research engages with dilemmas that are central to the broader study and practice of development. We strive to answer the question: why do so many countries that succeed in escaping poverty subsequently stagnate, and how can Vietnam,and others, avoid this trap?

Harvard Vietnamese Association

The Harvard Vietnamese Association is dedicated to fostering an awareness of Vietnamese culture on campus and within the Greater Boston area, and promoting the interests of the Vietnamese student body at Harvard.


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