Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 3-6 April 2008
This year, HPAIR will be holding its first-ever global conference at Harvard University in April 2008. Applications for this program are now online at www.hpair.org. More information regarding our conferences and application procedure is also on the website. To apply, simply log onto the website.
The Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR) is collaboration between the students and faculty of Harvard University that strives to promote discourse on critical issues affecting Asia and its relations with the world. As such, we organize annual conferences that bring together top global university students and renowned academic, government, and business leaders to promote such international discourse.
Past speakers at HPAIR conferences include: Kim Dae-jung (Former President, Republic of South Korea and Nobel Laureate), S. R. Nathan (President, Singapore), Kim Young-sam ( President, Republic of South Korea), Norodom Ranariddh (Prime Minister, Cambodia), Fred Hu (Managing Director, Goldman Sachs Asia), Jeffrey Sachs, (Professor of Economics, Columbia University). More information on past speakers can be found at http://www.hpair.org/about/history/speakers.aspx.
We feel that you will find HPAIR conferences to be meaningful, global, and exciting. Not only is it a great opportunity to interact with world renowned speakers and leaders, but it is also a terrific opportunity to make new friends from all over the world.
We hope to see an application from you. Once again, more information and the online application is available online at www.hpair.org. Please let us know if you have any questions!