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Brown University selects ‘Gammadda’ for advanced research forum


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The ‘Gammadda’ initiative will be presented at the prestigious Brown University’s Advanced Research Institute, as a successful example of the changing nature of rural development around the world. 

Capital Maharaja Group Director Chevaan Daniel is set to address the elite American Ivy League University as part of the visiting faculty. Also speaking will be Linda Scott, Professor Emeritus and World Chair of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Oxford University. 

The Universities International Advanced Research Institutes (BIARI) convenes scholars and practitioners from around the world to address pressing global issues through collaboration across academic, professional, and geographic boundaries. BIARI 2018 offers three parallel tracks, each convened by Brown University professors.

Social entrepreneurship is a young field that transforms inequitable conditions, including within the healthcare and humanitarian spheres.

Based at Brown University’s Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, BIARI offers rigorous, innovative, interdisciplinary programs that further Watson’s mission: To promote a just and peaceful world through research, teaching, and public engagement.


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