The 8th annual workshop “Harvard Abroad: The Annual Workshop on Harvard’s Engagement Worldwide” took place in Cambridge on January 30, 2015. The workshop was held under the auspices of Professor Jorge I. Domínguez, the Vice Provost for International Affairs of Harvard. Christos Giannopoulos and Nicolas Prevelakis, together with Teresa Wu and Allie Marbry, met with professors, administrators, and directors of the University’s Central Administration, centers and other offices. They discussed current and future activities of Harvard throughout the world.
The French Government conferred the Palmes Académiques, the highest distinction in France for Academia and Research, upon Dr Nicolas Prevelakis for his academic achievements and numerous projects with Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies.
Annual Worldwide Week at Harvard showcases the remarkable breadth of Harvard’s global engagement. During Worldwide Week, Harvard Schools, research Centers, departments, and student organizations host a series of events and activities that highlight the breadth and depth of Harvard’s global engagement.
The 2021 Worldwide Week will kick off on Monday October 4 and continue with events through Friday, October 8. The weeklong series of events includes a wide range of academic and cultural activities, and many are...
The Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs (OVPIA) at Harvard University coordinates the unique event, “24 Hours of Harvard” (24hH), which was first introduced during the 2020 Worldwide Week at Harvard. 24hH features 24 consecutive hours of Harvard programming: an around-the-clock, around-the-world lineup of events and activities, underscoring that at any hour of the day or night, Harvard teaching, research, learning, and outreach is...
Thirty-three Harvard students from programs since 2013 attended the event. Gregory Nagy and Nicolas Prevelakis welcomed the students; Harvard faculty and staff (Mark Schiefsky, Adrian Staehli, Cathy Coleman, Teresa Wu, and Daphne Maramaldi) also attended the reunion. Marina Cheilitsi (Coordinator of the Program) was also present and assisted in preparing the event. The reunion helped to strengthen the CHS’s ties with alumni, by whose word of mouth news of CHS programs reaches many prospective applicants.
CHS GR, in cooperation with CHS DC and the Harvard Office of International Education, organized for a fourth year the Greek section of Harvard’s International Photo Contest.
The contest is open to Harvard students who have participated in summer programs abroad. The CHS, represented by Nicolas Prevelakis and Teresa Wu, awarded a prize to undergraduate Frank DuBose for the best photo taken in Greece and honorary mention to three other contestants.