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The International Academic Program (IAP) of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM), supports a collaborative model of international research projects by supporting Harvard-based-research initiatives and programs in the broad field of Latin American studies.

IAP-UAM also organizes and runs symposia and workshops that provide relevant, current, and innovative insights into diverse topics taught by leading professors from Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Since 2005 it has welcomed participants from 222 higher education institutions in 32 countries.

Operating in collaboration with the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies (DRCLAS) at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the International Academic Program (IAP-UAM) brings together professionals, professors and researchers from Latin American and Spanish universities to exchange experiences and ideas.

The IAP’s symposia provide support to these individuals in their continual formation and development in an academic context of innovation characterized by the highest standards of excellence. Working with leading, world-class professors from Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), participants share knowledge, outline questions and formulate theories regarding the state of affairs in their areas of work, research, and teaching, always with a global emphasis.

The main objectives of IAP-UAM are:
• To identify research priorities and programs in the broad field of Latin American studies.
• To work on projects in priority areas of development and global education.
• To work on projects in priority areas within participating universities.
• Replicability: to promote projects that can be applied in different contexts and institutions.
• Dissemination: to disseminate research results and programs broadly.
• To identify and share innovative practices among top rated institutions.

IAP-UAM is grateful for the continued support of the Harvard Innovation Lab (iLab) and its international sponsors.


More information:

Raquel Galindo-Dorado
Director of Academic Programs for International Cooperation, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Director, International Academic Program (IAP-UAM)
Associate Professor of Economics and Business, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Visiting Scholar Faculty of Arts and Sciences - Harvard University
raquelgalindodorado@fas.harvard.edu
raquel.galindo@uam.es





 
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