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HPAIR 2008 Academic Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Event: HPAIR 2008 Academic Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (Website)

Organised by: Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR), a student-run organization at Harvard College.

Key Dates:
Feb 1, 2008 – Applications available online for the Academic Conference
August 19-21, 2008 – Academic conference
Dates are subject to change. Please check back frequently as deadlines approach.

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HPAIR 2008 Business Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Event: HPAIR 2008 Business Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (Website)

Organised by: Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR), a student-run organization at Harvard College.

Key Dates:
Feb 1, 2008 – Applications available online for the Academic Conference
August 14-17, 2008 – Business conference
Dates are subject to change. Please check back frequently as deadlines approach.

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Harvard Global Essay Contest for Bangladesh

Competition: The Anwarul Quadir Prize of 2008 Global Essay Contest for Bangladesh (Website)

Organised by: Center for International Development at Harvard University

Key Dates:

Submission Deadline: June 30, 2008
Results: October 15, 2008

Propose an innovative and practical idea that would improve the lives of low- and middle- income people of Bangladesh (everyone except the top-third of the population in terms of annual income). Proposals will be judged by four Harvard University faculty members, in consultation with scholars familiar with Bangladesh.

This global contest is open to any individual in the world. Any compelling essay that establishes a way to improve the lives of low- and middle-income people in Bangladesh is acceptable for submission. The essays will be rated giving equal weights to a) innovative nature of the idea; b) clarity and cogency of argument and writing; c) ease and practicality of implementation; and d) the size of impact.

The author of the winning essay will be awarded the Anwarul Quadir Prize, USD $25,000.

Edit: Essays should be no longer than 25 pages, excluding bibliography, table of contents, and any diagrams. Rules and Regulations

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HPAIR 2008 – On Harvard Campus

Suggested by Geoffrey See Kok Heng

Event: HPAIR 2008 Conference, Harvard Campus, Cambridge, MA (Website)

Organised by: Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR), a student-run organization at Harvard College.

Key Dates:
Application Deadline: January 15, 2008
Conference: April 4-6, 2008

For Whom:
Students: Currently attending an accredited undergraduate or graduate / postgraduate program, have graduated from such a program no more than six months ago at the start of the conference, or have been accepted to and will be attending such an institution no more than six months after the start of the conference.

For more than fifteen years, Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR) has been the premier gathering place for students from around the globe as the largest student conference in Asia. For the first year ever, HPAIR will host an academic conference held on-campus at Harvard University. The inaugural HPAIR On-Campus Conference will be the first forum of 2008 as part of HPAIR’s showcase of conferences for its 17th year in running.

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