HARVARD KENNEDY SCHOOL AND THE DAVID ROCKEFELLER CENTER FOR LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF THE ANDRÓNICO LUKSIC FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
Monday, March 21, 2011 17.30–19.30 Ritz-Carlton, Santiago, Calle El Alcalde No. 15 Las Condes Santiago, Chile
The Andrónico Luksic Fellowship Program was created to strengthen governance and policymaking in Chile by providing educational opportunities for the country’s most promising leaders. The fellowship supports talented Chilean students enrolled in one of Harvard Kennedy School’s rigorous degree programs, which are dedicated to educating enlightened leaders, producing world-class scholarship, and promoting active engagement with practitioners and decision-makers.
The charitable initiatives of Mr. Luksic and his family support a range of causes, including the provision of educational scholarships in Chile and Croatia.
RSVP by March 14 to:
María Angélica Wiedmaier (56-2-290 0300) at Harvard University’s David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies Regional Office in Santiago, Chile