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  • Program on Information Resources Policy
    Helps policymakers, the general public, and our affiliates address problems brought on by changes in communications and information resources.
    www.pirp.harvard.edu
  • Pluralism Project
    Developed by Diana L. Eck at Harvard University to study and document the growing religious diversity of the United States, with a special view to its new immigrant religious communities.
    www.fas.harvard.edu/~pluralsm
  • WorldTeach
    International social service program which places volunteers as teachers in developing countries that request educational assistance.
    www.worldteach.com
  • Harvard Program on Central Asia
    Interdisciplinary training and research on Central Asia from Mongolia to the Former Soviet Central Asian States and from Afghanistan to the Caucasus and Islam in Russia.
    www.fas.harvard.edu/~centasia
  • Humanities Center at Harvard
    Provides a locus for interdisciplinary discussions among Harvard faculty, faculty from other area institutions, and graduate students in a variety of fields.
    www.fas.harvard.edu/~humcentr
  • Harvard X-Ray Group
    Studies various interfaces: liquid helium films, liquid metals, langmuir monolayers etc.
    hutrough.harvard.edu
  • Office for the Arts
    The Office for the Arts at Harvard fosters student art making, connects students to accomplished artists, integrates the arts into university life, and partners with local, national, and international groups. Programs and services include ceramics, dance, music, and visual arts.
    www.fas.harvard.edu/~ofa
  • Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences
    Scientists and engineers who are committed to education and research directly applicable to the betterment of human society.
    www.deas.harvard.edu/admissions
 


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