Nitin Nohria has agreed to remain as dean of Harvard Business School (HBS) through the end of December. The decision was made in wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and the “historic global upheaval” and “uncertainty” it has caused.
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The India Student Hub (ISHUB), an Embassy of India education team initiative created to connect, inspire and support thousands of talented Indian students in the United States willing to help co-create #NewIndia, will host a Women’s Film Festival Feb.28 through Mar. 1.
More than 220 Harvard affiliates as well as students and staff of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have joined the chorus of protests for withdrawal of India’s Citizenship Amendment Act and National Register of Citizens by signing statements, condemning suppression of student protests against the measures at Indian universities.
A trio of Americans on Monday won the Nobel Economics Prize for their work in the fight against poverty, including Indian-born MIT professor, Abhijit Banerjee.
Anurag Bhaskar, a 2019 Harvard law graduate from the Dalit community was in India early this month when a federal court in Massachusetts ruled…
Harvard Historian Sunil Amrith’s “Unruly Waters: How Rains, Rivers, Coasts, and Seas Have Shaped Asia’s History,” has been shortlisted for the prestigious Cundill History Prize Administered by McGill University.
Priya Aiyar has been named senior vice president and general counsel of the American Airlines Group, the airlines announced Aug. 5. Aiyar succeeds Paul Jones, who retired earlier this year.
“During my school days, Dr. Ambedkar’s image of being the chief architect of the Indian Constitution immensely inspired me to study law as an instrument of social change,” Anurag Bhaskar, who hails from Uttar Pradesh, told Live Law News network in an interview published on June 17.
Five Indian-Americans are among 30 recipients of the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans. Selected from a pool of 1,767 applicants, are all the children of immigrants, green card holders, naturalized citizens, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) recipients
Jaspreet Mahal, a Sikh woman who got her master’s in sustainable international development and women and gender studies a few years ago from Brandeis university in Waltham, Massachusetts, feels somewhat upbeat these days that her alma mater will become a more inclusive institution by dealing with the issue of alleged caste bias among some of its students.