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Center for India Studies 2009-2010 Annual Report
May 1, 2010

Highlights from the Center for India Studies annual report include:

  • The Center for India Studies formed three advisory committees for students, faculty, and the Tampa Bay community.
  • The Center is hosting Artist-in-Residence and composer, Kanniks Kannikeswaran. He will produce two musical/dance/theater productions: Chitram: A Portrait of India and Shanti: A Journey of Peace.
  • The CIS arranged three fund-raiser dinners raising a total of $11,728.
  • The Center’s 2009-2010 Lecture Series included many guest speakers including; Dr. Jai Menon, Vice-President of Global University Programs and Vice-Chair of the IBM Academy of Technology and Dr. Chandrika Kaul, Vice-President, South Asian Studies Association.
  • University engagement activities including Diwali and Republic Day Celebrations, a faculty luncheon, and additional activities.

View the annual report below.
Center for India Studies 2009 – 2010 Annual Report