Professor Caroline Elkins, founding director of the Center for African Studies, has been named the Oppenheimer Faculty Director of the Center for African Studies at Harvard University.
The Harvard Alumni Association (HAA) is planning the next events in its Your Harvard series of gatherings with alumni groups in Atlanta, Boston, and Toronto.
High school students have a chance to see how science works, and a role in research, through the CRLS Marine Science Internship program at Harvard.
The student group Science in the News recently held a daylong conference as part of its mission to make the research behind important breakthroughs accessible and understandable to non-scientists.
A question-and-answer session with Frank Doyle, incoming dean of the rapidly growing Harvard Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
Profile of windsurfer Gonzalo Giribet as part of the Practice series.
Cambridge eighth-graders immersed themselves in science’s future during their visit to Harvard.
Douglas W. Elmendorf, former director of the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, was introduced on Thursday as the new dean of the Harvard Kennedy School.
Douglas W. Elmendorf, former Harvard professor and director of the Congressional Budget Office, will become dean of the Harvard Kennedy School in January.
Harvard University captures some of its most memorable moments from the 2014-15 academic year.
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Sixty-four people who selflessly keep the University running are this year’s Harvard Heroes, for demonstrating unwavering excellence within their departments and Schools.
A young students’ leadership group from Boston celebrates its success stories during a commencement gathering at Harvard.
The Harvard community celebrates John A. Paulson’s $400 million gift to boost the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, the University’s largest donation ever.
John A. Paulson gives $400 million to Harvard to endow the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, the largest donation in the University’s history.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute appoints Levi Garraway, Pardis Sabeti, and Tobias Walther as investigators.
Students with disabilities explain how they got to Harvard in a book by Professor Thomas Hehir, Ed.D. ’90, and co-authors, including Laura Schifter, Ed.D. ’14, an adjunct lecturer at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Hehir and Schifter shared some of the stories in a recent talk at the Ed Portal.
Following a morning panel with legal scholars on the major trends and precedents of the U.S. Supreme Court, Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg received the annual Radcliffe Medal.
With cameos by former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick, world-famous soprano Renée Fleming, and even Academy Award-winning actress Natalie Portman ’03, Harvard’s 364th Commencement could not be described as boring.
Commencement speaker Deval Patrick, the former governor of Massachusetts, called on graduates to follow talk with action on the most urgent problems of the day.