The Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations works to improve diversity relations among individuals and student groups within the University. To support our mission, full time staff works with a team of undergraduate interns to help coordinate efforts involving over 80 diverse student organizations, volunteer student associates and race relations tutors in the residential Harvard house system, as well as with a wide range of faculty and administrators across campus.

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Foundation Student/Faculty Award Ceremony

April 30, 2014

Every year, the Harvard Foundation holds an award ceremony to honor those who have contributed to intercultural and race relations on campus. The awardees include students from a variety of Houses and class years, all working to promote intercultural understanding on campus.  Awardees are selected through nominations from house masters, resident deans, tutors, proctors, faculty, and their peers. This year, we received over 80 nominations and after this careful deliberation and discussion, these final candidates’ names were submitted to the director for approval.