The DRCLAS Regional Office (RO) exemplifies Harvard's Global Vision in the 21st Century: educating the citizens of the world; supporting Harvard professors and students to work in the broadest possible geographic contexts; disseminating new regional knowledge and innovative academic approaches in close collaboration with local institutions; and acting in the region as an intellectual lab convening point. The RO primarily serves the Southern Cone and Andean countries of Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Peru, and Uruguay.
The Regional Office works closely with the Andes & Southern Cone Program at the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies. This program works to increase the visibility of the countries of Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela at Harvard University through diverse academic programmatic activities.
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Following Maza's presentation, he joined the Harvard Club de Chile in presenting top-performing Chilean high school students with the @Harvard Prize Book! Congratulations to the winners!! #DRCLAS_Chile t.co/O3jWoi3Efx
This morning, the Harvard Club de Chile and the DRCLAS Regional Office had the pleasure of welcoming renowned astronomer and astrophysicist, José Maza for a presentation on solar eclipses, previous to the eclipse that will occur in Chile on July 2 #DRCLAS_Chile t.co/txCQ3KBF3V