Upcoming Events

Below please find more information about our upcoming events.

Please register here to be added to our mailing lists to receive regular monthly updates on events held at the Center.


Graduate Information Hours

Through December 31, 2018
UChicago Center in Delhi

Begins
Jan. 1

Meet with us at the UChicago Delhi Center during the Graduate Information Hours, 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm from Monday to Friday, to learn more about our graduate programs and the application process. You can book an appointment here.

If you are unable to visit us at the Delhi Center, please leave your query regarding our graduate programs and the application process here.


Anubhav Lecture Series: Art of storytelling

10:00 am–5:00 pm
UChicago Center in Delhi

Feb.
24

This is a four month long lecture series run by the Harris School of Public Policy for the capacity development of young professionals working at the grassroots in India. 


Anubhav Lecture Series: Building and Sustaining Relationships

11:00 am–5:00 pm
UChicago Center in Delhi

Feb.
25

This is a four month long lecture series run by the Harris School of Public Policy for the capacity development of young professionals working at the grassroots in India. 


2018 Civic Leadership Academy

Time TBA
UChicago Center in Delhi

Mar.
3

The Civic Leadership Academy is an interdisciplinary leadership development program for emerging and high-potential leaders in non-profit organizations and local government agencies within the City of Chicago and Cook County.
Developed by the University's Office of Civic Engagement, in partnership with LISC Chicago and the Civic Consulting Alliance, the program is designed to develop a pipeline of talented leaders to help nonprofits and government agencies thrive.
 


Maharaj Pandit, Dean, Faculty of Science, University of Delhi and Trevor Price, Professor, Department of Ecology and Evolution, University of Chicago will discuss the natural history of the Himalaya and its future. The conversation will be built around Prof. Pandit’s recent book, “Life in the Himalaya: An Ecosystem at Risk”  published by Harvard University Press. In this conversation, they will delve into various aspects of the book that consider both the people’s connection with the mountains, as well as the history of the Himalaya, its plants and animals, and more recent effects of climate change and development.


Creative Writing as an Emerging Transnational Discipline

Time TBA
UChicago Center in Delhi & Ashoka University, Sonepat

Begins
Mar. 24

This two-day symposium will engage Faculty members from the University of Chicago, Ashoka University, and the University of East Anglia—along with publishers, editors and writers from the Delhi-National Capital Region to  convene for an extended discussion of interconnected literary futures in Asia, Europe, North America, and beyond.  


Begins
Jun. 1

The vision of this conference is to bring together an intimate group of colleagues with experience in different aspects of the use of groups to support recovery from mental illness and addiction.  As coordinators of the conference, Drs. Jacob, Roth and Spitz, are prepared to demonstrate four key uses of groups: group psychotherapy, group relations (the study of group and organizational dynamics), trauma focused therapy and mutual support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon.