Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, a possible challenger to Hillary Clinton in the 2016 Democratic primary race for president, previewed his economic agenda at Harvard Kennedy School on April 16.
Harvard faculty members from several disciplines gathered to share thoughts about their work at the 2013 Kumbh Mela religious festival in India.
In the wake of the Ferguson tumult, an Askwith Forum panel examines ways to promote discussions on race, and to craft solutions during a discussion at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Harvard University’s Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies (CES) today announced a gift by the family of Hüsnü Özyeğin, a leading Turkish ...
The Rev. Clark Olsen, S.T.B. ’59, who witnessed the 1965 Selma, Ala., murder that accelerated passage of the Voting Rights Act, launched a two-day Harvard look back at the Civil Rights era.
Mitt Romney, the former Massachusetts governor and Republican presidential nominee, visited Harvard Law School on April 10 for a Q&A session hosted by Dean Martha Minow. He encouraged a renewed civility in politics and society, emphasizing the difference one person can make through serving others.
Inaugural winner Chelsea Clinton was on hand as the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health recognized Blake Mycoskie of TOMS Shoes with this year’s Next Generation Award.
Starting in May 2013, in two of Syria’s war-torn cities, specially trained operatives moved from door to door with a singular purpose: to ask questions. Vera Mironova, a graduate research fellow at Harvard's Program on Negotiation, was one of the lead authors of the “Voices of Syria” project. She will discuss it today at noon at Wasserstein B015, Harvard Law School.
In a question-and-answer session, HarvardX head Peter Bol outlines the challenges ahead for the online platform and for teaching and learning.
IOP Fellows Martha Coakley, Kay Hagan, and Christine Quinn talk candidly about their battle-scarred campaign days and advise students on what it really takes to make it in politics.
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The value of a clear understanding of your country’s objectives and the power of personal relationships were among the insights former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright shared with a Harvard audience.
As negotiators worked beyond a deadline, experts at Harvard Kennedy School considered the possible outcomes of a deal, or no deal, with Iran over nuclear materials.
Harvard experts assess the rolling waves of violence and political upheaval across much of the Middle East and North Africa.
A Harvard and MIT study’s findings suggest that teachers often constitute a significant portion of the participants in MOOCs; that learner intentions matter; and that those with financial stakes have higher completion rates.
His Holiness the 17th Gyalwang Karmapa, Ogyen Trinley Dorje, spoke about love, environmental issues, and apathy to a capacity crowd at Harvard's Memorial Church.
Higher education in the digital age is radically remaking the models by which it delivers its content, the leader of a higher education technology association said.
During a historic visit to Beijing, Harvard President Drew Faust delivered the Tsinghua Global Vision Lecture, “Universities and the Challenge of Global ...
Former New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson talks about leaving daily journalism to teach at Harvard, where her career began.
A growing number of monks are coming to Harvard Divinity School through the Ho Family Foundation Scholars program, which covers all tuition and living expenses for a year. They share their experiences and diverse backgrounds.
Harvard Kennedy School Professor Stephen Walt assesses the Israeli election, in which Benjamin Netanyahu was triumphant.