Brazil Office

Lemann Dialogue: "Beyond the Crisis"

November 16, 2016

The Brazil Studies Program of the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies at Harvard University has joined forces with the Center of Brazilian Studies at Columbia University, the Lemann Center for Brazilian Studies at the University of Illinois, and the Lemann Center for Entrepreneurship and Educational Innovation in Brazil at the Stanford University Graduate School of Education to organize the Sixth Annual Lemann Dialogue in the United States, to be held on November 17-18, 2016 at the Center for …

2016 Oct 21

Bate-Papo (Portuguese conversation practice)

3:00pm to 4:30pm

Location: 

CGIS South S-216, 1730 Cambridge St.

Practice your Portuguese and discuss Brazil and other Portuguese-speaking countries and cultures at this informal round table.  Everyone is welcome!

For more information: Everton Vargas da Costa, edacosta@fas.harvard.edu
2016 Sep 30

Bate-Papo (Portuguese conversation practice)

3:00pm to 4:30pm

Location: 

CGIS South S-216, 1730 Cambridge St.

Practice your Portuguese and discuss Brazil and other Portuguese-speaking countries and cultures at this informal round table.  Everyone is welcome!

For more information: Everton Vargas da Costa, edacosta@fas.harvard.edu
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Celebrating a decade in São Paulo

June 28, 2016

Lemann Brazil Research Fund furthers connections between Harvard and Brazil

In a few short weeks, the world will turn its attention to Rio de Janeiro for the Olympic Games. But before any medals are awarded, Harvard celebrated two of its own milestones in Brazil: the 10th anniversary of the Harvard Brazil Office and the first round of Lemann Brazil Research Fund grants.

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Reinforcement for Harvard-Brazil bridge

April 19, 2016

New gift from Lemann Foundation supports financial aid, creates new research fund

Harvard University on Tuesday announced that the Lemann Foundation will expand financial aid to undergraduate and graduate students from Brazil, support visiting faculty, and launch the Brazil Research Fund for cross-disciplinary scholarship related to the world’s fifth-largest country. The move bolsters a relationship that began more than a decade ago.

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