Create an independent research paper. Work with top researchers
The Lumiere Research Scholar Program helps students work one-on-one with a world-class scholar on an independent research project. At the end of the 12-week program, you’ll develop an independent research paper that you could use for university admissions or future studies. The program was founded by a Harvard & Oxford PhD who met as undergraduates at Harvard.
Select the 1-hour workshop session that works best for you: Saturday November 11 at 10am or 1pm EST/ 10am PST
Workshop speaker bio's:
10am EST - Speaker Dhruva Bhat
Dhruva is a PhD candidate at St. John's College, Oxford, in the Department of International Development. He is also the co-founder and director of the Lumiere Research Scholar Program. Originally from India, he completed his undergraduate studies in economics at Harvard University, where he met Stephen Turban, the other co-founder and director of Lumiere. Dhruva's doctoral research focuses on the startup ecosystem in India.
1pm EST - Speaker Saadia El Karfi
Saadia is a US Partnerships Manager at Lumiere and a Ph.D. candidate in French & Francophone studies at Princeton University. Originally from Morocco, she graduated from Mount Holyoke College in 2017 with a BA in Economics and French/Francophone Studies. Saadia's doctoral research at Princeton focuses on the representation of monstrosity and its relationship with sexuality and gender in Francophone literature and film from North Africa.