From a single study of methyl mercury in Mexico’s largest freshwater lake, a constellation of projects has grown, all of them centered on children and environmental health.
Harvard President Drew Faust, University administrators, and faculty members are in Mexico this week for a series of meetings, tours, and alumni events. During their visit to the nation with the largest number of Harvard degree recipients in Latin America, participants are posting items about what they do and see.
Harvard Kennedy School and Law School experts say city life will be transformed by city governments that are plugged into technology.
There are more than 1,200 Harvard graduates in Mexico, a well-connected group that rises to high positions and has an appetite for good works.
Frank Fahrenkopf, the former head of the American Gaming Association and now an Institute of Politics fellow at Harvard Kennedy School, discusses the state of the industry as Massachusetts voters prepare to decide the fate of casino gambling.
Harvard Law School’s immigration and refugee counseling program helps the often powerless while educating students.
Harvard students discuss their summer of research in Mexico, where they gained new insights, developed fresh confidence, and realized they wanted to return.
Barbara Walters reflected on her 50-year career in journalism with David Gergen at Harvard Kennedy School Tuesday evening.
In a question-and-answer session, Harvard Overseer and legal scholar Kenji Yoshino ’91 said he was surprised by the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to let stand appeals court rulings that in effect allow same-sex marriage in five states.
Students in the Harvard University chapter of Engineers Without Borders have been rehabilitating and improving a potable water system in the rural town of Pinalito in the Dominican Republic.
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Vice President Joseph Biden outlined U.S. foreign policy goals and challenges during a visit Thursday to the Kennedy School.
Harvard’s relationship to Mexico is deep, diverse, and longstanding. Here’s an overview of those connections.
Harvard Kennedy School’s Anthony Saich explains the uprising sparked by a pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong.
Anita Hill says it’s time for the national conversation on sexual harassment to get “beyond awareness to consequences” for gender violence.
A new Harvard Business School case study digs into the mystery and motives behind Beyoncé’s surprise 2013 album release.
Author William Deresiewicz answers questions about his controversial new critique of elite colleges and universities.
PayPal co-founder and venture capitalist Peter Thiel talks tech startup strategies and why HBS students should ignore what most of their classmates are doing.
The annual Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching conference forges path between engagement and distance.
A panel convened by HLS professor Charles Ogletree reflected on the broad social, legal, and political issues raised by the protests in Ferguson, Mo., last month.
Niall Ferguson explains the motives behind the national referendum on Scottish independence and what’s on the horizon if Scotland leaves the U.K.