Thursday, December 03, 2009

HPAIR 2010 Harvard Conference

Thanks to Jing Pei for sharing this.


PARTICIPATE in Harvard's largest annual student events,
ENGAGE in discussions regarding critical trends that Asia and the global community face today,
INTERACT with students, professors, and professionals from around the world,


Then apply to be a student delegate of HPAIR 2010 Harvard Conference!


Starting in 1991, Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR) has organized the largest annual student conferences in the Asia Pacific Region. In 2008, HPAIR Harvard Conference became a new exciting addition to the already existing academic conference and business conference. The HPAIR Harvard Conference, to be held on Harvard's Campus in February 2010, brings together students, professors, and professionals to the Harvard campus for dialogue and exchange on the most important economic, political, and social issues relevant to the Asia-Pacific region. 

Continuing its tradition of academic excellence, the HPAIR Harvard Conference seeks to create a rigorous forum for dialogue and exchange. With the theme of "Asia Ascendant - Reaching New Heights" and covering topics on foreign policy, public health, environmental issues, gender equality, and cultural transformations, the 2010 HPAIR Harvard Conference will invite both foreign delegates and Harvard students to engage in thoughtful conversations regarding critical issues affecting Asia and the world today. Through specific case-studies, delegates will learn to investigate and tackle real-life issues from diverse perspectives that are defined by their interest group affiliation, to evaluate different opinions, to reason on their own, and to work together to make suggestions incorporating inputs from different interest groups.

Visit to find out and apply to the HPAIR 2010 Harvard Conference today.
Deadline: December 15, 2009
For questions e-mail: 

No comments: