Join us at the Mentoring and Language Acquisition in Brazil (MLAB) program information session and learn about this year-long mentoring program for Harvard College students. The program connects Harvard mentors with high-potential Brazilian high school students to help them improve their English proficiency, while inspiring them to apply for college prep programs in Brazil and to top universities in the U.S. MLAB includes an in-person component in São Paulo, Brazil, in January 2018.
Office of International Education, 77 Dunster Street
Date: Friday, September 8, 2017, 2:00pm to 3:00pm
Location: Office of International Education, 77 Dunster Street
Thinking about study abroad? Come to the DRCLAS-CASA info session to learn about how you can gain transfer credit and experience life in Chile or Argentina. You will also have the chance to meet the Program Managers from each country: Pilo Mella (Chile) and María José Ferreyra (Argentina), as
Speaker: Scot T. Martin, Gordon McKay Professor of Environmental Science and Egineering; Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Harvard University
Professor Martin leads a research group at Harvard University that addresses scientific problems, engineering challenges, and technical breakthroughs in the atmospheric sciences, especially as related to the roles of particulate matter in air quality,
Join us at the information session for the DRCLAS January programs in Chile and Mexico and learn about the various opportunities available for Harvard students in health, government, microfinance, women’s rights, economics, documentary film, entrepreneurship, venture capital and more.
*A newly created collaboration between the Harvard Music Department and the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies (DRCLAS), the GLAM (Group for Latin American Musics) Concert Series is designed around the promotion of Latin American music on the Harvard campus and broader Boston community through an annual concert and associated master class. GLAM is an initiative of Harvard’s Music Department graduate students Daniel Walden, Julio Zúñiga, and Felipe Ledesma Núñez, under the mentorship of Carol Oja, William