“What Should We Do After ‘I Do’?: Conversations on the Challenges that Remain for the LGBTQ Community” focused on the future of a diverse movement. The conference was co-sponsored by the Harvard Gender & Sexuality Caucus and the Harvard Alumni Association.
The crisis in heroin addiction has mobilized law enforcement, public health officials, and scholars to push for substantial changes to drug policy.
Though larger religions have made big inroads, African spirituality, a belief system based in openness and adaptation, endures, says Harvard religion professor Jacob Olupona.
Former Ambassador Wendy Sherman, who led the U.S. negotiating team that struck the landmark nuclear agreement with Iran, reflects on her work and what it takes to succeed in the field of high-stakes diplomacy.
Retired Brigadier Gen. Kevin Ryan, now at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, assesses the implications of Russia’s incursion into Syria.
The podcast, an Internet technology that had its genesis at Harvard, roars back to prominence.
Douglas Heye, a former top communications official with the GOP and now a fall fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Institute of Politics, discusses the turmoil within the Republican Party following House Speaker John Boehner’s abrupt retirement announcement.
Increasingly, says a report by Harvard Law School’s Program on International Law and Armed Conflict, doctors can be charged for giving medical care to alleged terrorists.
Panelists discuss the ongoing humanitarian crisis as millions of Syrian refugees fleeing civil war find disparate receptions in European nations.
A Harvard Divinity School program helps teach chaplains how to befriend and comfort the sick and the dying.
Sign up for daily emails with the latest Harvard news.
Harvard EdCast interviews Dale Russakoff, author of “The Prize.” The Washington Post reporter, who looked at the troubled education reform story of Newark, N.J., reflected on what can be learned from its failure to provide system-wide reform.
U.S. immigrants today are assimilating as quickly or quicker than past generations of immigrants, according to a study by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
Harvard Divinity School faculty will attend two of Pope Francis’ stops during his six-day visit to the United States Sept. 22-27.
A newly integrated HarvardX and HILT research effort will probe residential and online learning, and the places in between.
As MOOCs grow in influence and sophistication, they’re no longer simply reimagined in a Harvard classroom or even in a nearby studio. Recently, transforming a residential course — going digital via HarvardX — included filming in far-flung Rwanda and Haiti.
Longtime CBS News reporter and now Shorenstein Center Fellow Bob Schieffer reflects on his 50-year career covering politics.
As Congress prepares to vote on a deal to limit Iran’s nuclear program, Harvard Kennedy School experts consider its merits and shortcomings and look to what’s next.
Collaborative summer study program between Harvard and Venetian university marks its 10th year.
HBS’ Dante Roscini explains China’s stock market crash and how investors worldwide are recalibrating the country’s once go-go future.
A branch of Partners In Health in Peru has reduced the number of deaths from multidrug-resistant TB through a system of careful protocols.