With The Harvard Campaign in mid-stride, its early impact already can be seen and felt across campus and beyond.
Naisha Bradley has been named director of the Harvard College Women’s Center.
The revitalized Harvard Art Museums have earned LEED Gold status for their energy efficiency.
With a series of open houses scheduled for later this month, planners recently unveiled design concepts for the Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center that include new formal and informal gathering areas, a wide variety of eating options, flexible meeting or event spaces, fireplaces, landscaped gardens, and even a roof terrace.
The Eleanor and Miles Shore 50th Anniversary Fellowship Program for Scholars in Medicine provides support for junior faculty amid life’s crunch time, when demanding research labs, children at home, and other duties all clamor for attention.
The 2014 Annual Report of the Corporation Committee on Shareholder Responsibility, a subcommittee of the President and Fellows, is now available on the Shareholder Responsibility Committees’ website.
As protests around the nation continued in the wake of decisions by grand juries in Missouri and New York not to indict police officers in the deaths of two unarmed black men, hundreds of Harvard community members expressed their own anger, frustration, and desire for changes in the criminal justice system with a range of campus activities.
Particularly at the holidays, managers need to be sensitive and aware, while welcoming diversity, speaker says.
Leverett House’s McKinlock Hall reopened to students at the beginning of the academic year after 15 months of reconstruction. McKinlock is the second ...
Warning of myriad international problems, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged Harvard faculty and students to continue research on such issues and use what they learn to help improve living and environmental conditions.
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Last month the Harvard Dance Project performed “LOOK UP,” a two-hour improvisational piece based on a series of “set choreographed phrases” and inspired by the works of architect Louis Kahn, Professor Stephen Greenblatt’s 2012 book “The Swerve: How the World Became Modern,” and recent research into how the brain perceives digital media.
Harvard freshman Matthew DeShaw is reminded of why he loves Harvard and his parents — especially when he can share the two over a weekend.
A Gen Ed course linked to the South Asia Institute takes an interdisciplinary approach to the region’s challenges.
In a weekend celebration, the public swirled through the galleries of the revitalized Harvard Art Museums.
Twenty undergraduates from around the world will have the chance to get hands-on experience in Harvard labs this summer, thanks to a four-year renewable grant to expand the Amgen Scholars Program to the University.
Experiences in Moscow reinforced for Dylan Perese ’16 the importance of trust in cultural exchange.
HGSE is launching a new teacher fellows program, giving undergraduates a pathway to teaching careers.
Keeping with its mission as a new type of teaching and learning museum, on Thursday evening the Harvard Art Museums welcomed its first visitors: University students.
Executive Vice President Katie Lapp and Treasurer Paul Finnegan spoke with the Gazette about Harvard’s financial landscape and the ongoing financial pressure facing the University.
As I write this column from the comfort of my Harvard College dorm room, my pulse still quickens when I think of that day in December 2013 — the day that made it all worthwhile. But before the moment that forever changed my life, there was a journey that started well over a decade before … the one that led to Cambridge, says Matthew DeShaw, Class of '18.