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A Multidisciplinary Approach to
University Leader Development
July 30 – August 3, 2012
INTRODUCTION
Opening Session Agenda
• Opening
– Greeting and Agenda
– Participant Introductions
• Background on Harvard University and SAI
• Overview of the Program and Introduction to
workshop sessions
A Brief Overview of Harvard University
• Harvard was established in 1636 by the “Great and General
Court of the Massachusetts Bay colony.” It was modeled after
Cambridge University, England and named after its first
benefactor: John Harvard, a minister.
– “To advance Learning and perpetuate it to Posterity;
dreading to leave an illiterate Ministry to the Churches.”
• Harvard University grew from one school and 9 students to an
enrollment of more than 6,700 undergraduates and over 14,500
professional and graduate students in one college and 10
graduate schools.
• Some statistics:
• About 2,100 (non-medical) faculty
• An additional 11,000 medical school faculty
• Total real estate is 5,076 acres
• Over 323,000 living alumni
A Brief Overview of Harvard University
• Seven US Presidents attended Harvard
College:
•
John Adams
•
John Quincy Adams
•
Theodore Roosevelt
•
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
•
Rutherford B. Hayes
•
John Fitzgerald Kennedy
•
George W. Bush
• Over 40 Nobel Laureates
Harvard University Map
The South Asia Initiative at Harvard University
Student
s
Faculty
Community
Engaging faculty and students through interdisciplinary programs
to advance and deepen the teaching and research on global
issues relevant to South Asia.
The South Asia Initiative at Harvard University
SAI Steering Committee
Asim Khawja
Tony Saich
Kennedy School of Government
Kennedy School of Government
John Briscoe
Diana Eck
Parimal Patil
Faculty of Arts and Sciences
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Faculty of Arts and Sciences
School of Public Health
Tarun Khanna
Business School
Nicholas Burns
Kennedy School of Government
Rahul Mehrotra
Graduate School of Design
Venkatesh Narayanamurti Jennifer Leaning
Rohini Pande
Kennedy School of Government
Fernando Reimers
Graduate School
of Education
David Bloom
School of Public Health
Business School
David Barron
Law School
Diana Sorensen
School of Engineering and School of Public Health Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Applied Sciences
Medical School
Kennedy School of Government
William Kirby
Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Business School
The South Asia Initiative at Harvard University
Events at Harvard
Spearheaded by faculty from across the University,
SAI’s Seminar Series and Conferences seek to
broaden and deepen scholarship in areas of:
Global Health Pakistan Social Enterprise South Asia Without
Borders Urbanization Water & Climate Change Book Talks &
Film Events
(from left): Tarun Khanna, HBS/SAI, Arthur Kleinman, HMS/FAS/Harvard Asia Center, Paul Farmer,
HMS/Partners in Health, and Devi Shetty, Founder Of Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospital
at the 2012 SAI annual symposium: Health in South Asia: Lessons for and from the World
The South Asia Initiative at Harvard University
Events at Harvard
Dr. A. P. J. Kalam, 11th President of India, delivered SAI’s annual Mahindra Lecture on September
27, 2011. Dr. Kalam also participated in an event at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied
Sciences, and a student event at the Harvard Law School
During his time at Harvard, Dr. Kalam visited six laboratories and was given overviews on topics ranging from
nanometer technology to molecular physics
The South Asia Initiative at Harvard University
Harvard Faculty and Students in the Region
• 34 Partner Organizations offering Internships to Harvard Undergrad and Graduate Students for Summer 2012
• 58 students received funding from SAI to participate in internships and conduct research on or about the South Asia region.
4 Harvard students (2 graduate students
from HKS and HLS, and 2
undergraduates) accompanied John
Briscoe, Professor at HSPH and SEAS, to
Pakistan in Summer, 2011
Under Briscoe’s direction, the students
researched inter-provincial water
issues, including discussion of current
legal and institutional framework for
water allocation that exists in Pakistan
Multidisciplinary Approach to University
Leader Development Workshop Schedule
Monday
University
Leadership
Tuesday
Knowledge
Transfer
Adult
Libraries in the
Development 21st Century
University
Admissions
Global Studies
in K-12 and
Universities
Scholarly Research
& Policy Setting
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
University
Museums
Participant
Centered
Learning
Innovation
at Harvard
Liberal Arts
Education
Library
operations &
services
Innovating
Medical
Technologies
Cultural &
Religious Literacy:
On Campus
& Online
University
Fundraising
& Development
Universities
Research in
Social Sciences as Change Agents
Outcomes &
Opportunities
Multidisciplinary Approach to University
Leader Development Workshop Schedule
Monday
University
Leadership
Tuesday
Knowledge
Transfer
Wednesday
Thursday
Participant
Centered
Peabody
Museum of
Learning
University
Museums
University
Admissions
Liberal Arts
Education
Baker Cultural
Library &
Harvard Religious
BusinessLiteracy:
School
Scholarly Research
& Policy Setting
Innovation
at Harvard
Archaeology and Ethnology
Library
operations &
services
Knowledge and Library Services
Adult
Libraries in the
Development 21st Century
Friday
On Campus
& Online
Innovating
Harvard
Innovation Lab
Medical
Technologies
University
Widener Library
Fundraising
& Development
Outcomes &
Opportunities
Paul Keenan, Senior
Associate
Bill Fitzsimmons, Harvard College
Global Studies
Universities
Admissions and Financial Aid Research in
Dean and Director of
in K-12 and
Social
Sciences as Change Agents
Deirdre
Leopold,
HBS
Admissions
and
Development
Universities
Financial Aid
Multidisciplinary Approach to University
Leader Development Workshop Schedule
Monday
University
Leadership
Tuesday
Knowledge
Transfer
Jorge
Dominguez,Libraries
Vice Provost
Adult
in the
for International Affairs
st
Development
21 Century
Michael Shiner, Harvard
Ali Asani, Faculty of Arts and
Graduate School
of Education
Scholarly
Research
University
Sciences
Admissions
Global Studies
in K-12 and
Universities
Wednesday
Thursday
Vish Viswanath, Harvard School of
Public Health Participant
University
Parimal Patil, Faculty
of Arts and
Centered
Museums Sciences
Learning
Liberal Arts
Education
Friday
Innovation
at Harvard
Library
Innovating
MedicalHBS and SAI
operations & Tarun Khanna,
Technologies
services
Cultural &
Religious Literacy:
On Campus
& Online
University Conor Walsh, School of
Fundraising Engineering and Applied
& Policy Setting
& Development
Sciences
LaurenceOutcomes
Winnie,
Harvard
&
Merilee Grindle, Harvard
Academy
for Area and
Opportunities
Kennedy School of Government
International Studies
Universities
Research in
Dustin Tingley, Assistant
Social Sciences as Change Agents
Deborah Cunningham,
Primary Source
Professor of Government
Charles Stang, Associate
Professor of Early Christian
Thought
SOUTH ASIA INITIATIVE
at Harvard University
http://southasiainitiative.harvard.edu/

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