Educating myself on the expansive history of Asian Americans has been fundamental to accepting pieces of my identity I previously denied.”
Harvard Graduate School of Education
Namhi Kim Wagner
Namhi Kim Wagner, who passed away earlier this year, was the first director of the Korean Language Program at Harvard University. She generously shared her passion for the Korean language and Korean Studies with generations of faculty, staff, and students.
The need for Asian American history in schools
Stewart Kwoh, co-executive director of the Asian American Education Project, is developing curriculums and trainings to help educators embrace the rich history.Read More
- Living history
Bringing the 'ula lei back to life
Fighting bigotry with art
- Family story
One woman, three lives
Answering the civic call
Student work, center stage
Marshall Islands, past and future
Harvard-China Project on Energy, Economy and Environment
Along with partner institutions in China, the project conducts studies on climate change, energy systems, and economic development.
Harvard Center Shanghai
The center makes it possible for Harvard faculty and students to study and work in China, and supports activities that bring Chinese students, scholars, and professionals to Harvard.
Lakshmi Mittal and Family South Asia Institute India Office
The office in Delhi supports a variety of activities, including collaborative research projects, student internships, language studies, and postdoctoral fellowships.
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health India Research Center
The Mumbai-based center is designed to broaden and coordinate Harvard’s existing collaborations and create new relationships with organizations and agencies across India.