Interview with Dean Martha Minow as part of the Experience series.
William J. Cromie, a longtime Harvard Gazette science writer who retired in 2007 after 18 years of writing about the latest scientific findings out of Harvard laboratories and field research, has died at his home in Somerville, Mass., at age 84.
When Peter K. Bol was in college, a revolution halfway around the world changed his life. Bol, the Charles H. Carswell Professor of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, explored the history of China at a HarvardX for Allston talk earlier this month at the Harvard Allston Education Portal.
Throughout April, Harvard’s Office for Sustainability has coordinated with Schools across campus to create a month worthy of being called “Earth Month.” The highlight will be Earth Day, Tuesday, in the Science Center Plaza.
Forty-one students from the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Doctor of Education and Doctor of Education Leadership programs have been presenting their dissertations and capstone projects in front of public audiences since April 11, continuing through April 22.
As Massachusetts and the nation remember the tragic events at last year’s Boston Marathon, Harvard runners are getting ready to move ahead the best way they know: together.
Donors and students recently gathered for the Celebration of Scholarships dinner, an annual event that brings together students who benefit from financial aid with donors who support the program.
The Lowell House bells have been a staple at Harvard since 1930.
Harvard President Drew Faust answered a wide range of student questions in an open meeting hosted Wednesday by the Harvard Undergraduate Council.
The Harvard University Department of Physics recently won a $1 million award from the Moore Foundation to study quantum systems.
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The renovation of Dunster House, which will be the first full House to undergo renewal, is to begin immediately after Commencement and last 15 months. The Dunster community will be relocated for the next academic year to “swing” facilities, with its temporary hub at the former Inn at Harvard, which is undergoing a complete renovation. Other House communities will also stay at the inn during future renewals.
François Englert, winner of the Nobel Prize for his work on the Higgs boson, will deliver the David M. Lee Historical Lecture in Physics on April 17 at 8 p.m.
At the Memorial Church on Tuesday, runners, students, and others paid their respects on the anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings.
The Harvard Alumni Association (HAA) announced that Richard Barth ’89, chief executive officer of the KIPP (Knowledge Is Power Program) Foundation, has been chosen to serve as the University’s chief marshal for Commencement 2014.
E.O. Wilson has devoted his life to a better understanding of the workings of the natural world and to sharing his research and insights with Harvard students.
The Bertarelli Foundation of Switzerland, co-chaired by Ernesto Bertarelli, M.B.A. ’93, has established the Bertarelli Foundation Health and Life Sciences Entrepreneurship Fund with a gift to Harvard Business School.
Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Alphonse Fletcher University Professor and director of the newly launched Hutchins Center for African and African American ...
Harvard Senior Levent Alpoge ’14 will study mathematics at the University of Cambridge on a Churchill Scholarship.
A look at the Harry Elkins Widener Memorial Collection at Widener Library.
Matthew Rabin wants to know what makes you tick. One of the nation’s top scholars of behavioral economics, Rabin has been appointed to the first of ...