Harvard University’s Center for Hellenic Studies in Greece Collaboration Form

This form will initiate a dialogue on a new initiative involving Harvard University’s Center for Hellenic Studies in Greece (hereinafter “CHS Greece”). We are aware of your plans not being fully developed, yet we request that you be as thorough as possible in order to provide us with an accurate perspective of what you hope to accomplish.

Submitting this form does not guarantee acceptance or approval of your proposal.
The Center will review it with the goal of determining the feasibility of the project or the activity you are suggesting. Of primary importance will be whether the role of the CHS Greece in the project is (1) consistent with its overall mission, profile, and policies, (2) compatible with other ongoing and upcoming commitments, and (3) sustainable given the Center’s available resources.

All proposals must be submitted at least two months prior to the projected starting date of the activity to offer sufficient time for further communications between the Center and the organizers concerned, as well as for the decisions of the Center’s Board of Directors and/or other sub-committees of the CHS in Greece. Upon decision on your proposal, a representative from CHS Greece will contact you via e-mail.

See more information about the history and mission, and also the facilities of CHS Greece.

CHS GR Proposal Form

A) Organizing institution and contact information:

Please include full name and affiliation with the institution organizing the activity.

B) Description of the Activity:

e.g. conference, workshop, lecture, educational program, seminar, etc.
No more than 300 words.
e.g. students, faculty, researchers, general public – please include projected number of participants or attendants.
Include institutional affiliation and e-mail addresses.
e.g. the organizing institution will provide IT, administrative and/or other coordinators to support the project, as well as the electronic equipment needed for its proceedings.
e.g. Lecture Hall or Fellows/Seminar Room or Digital Library of the CHS Greece, or any other location outside the Center's facilities. View photos of CHS Greece premises.
Please note that the CHS Greece is open to the public Monday and Wednesday, 10am-8pm EET, and Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, 10am-5pm EET.
Please note if there will be a registration fee for the participants of this activity.

C) Proposed collaboration and role of the CHS Greece:

e.g. host, co-organizer, supporting institution, financial or other support – please specify.
e.g. microphones, video-projector, laptop, wi-fi, coffee breaks, support for accommodation and/or transportation needs, promotion through the Center’s website and/or social media, other form of administrative, IT, or financial support – please specify.
On the same or other project, please specify.

D) Additional notes:

I have read and acknowledged the regulation for the use of Harvard University’s Center for Hellenic Studies in Greece facilities. *
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