A muster of remarkable musicians who also happen to be Harvard graduates gathered in Sanders Theatre Thursday night (Oct. 11) to serenade the soon-to-be ...
Gusts of wind shook raindrops from the trees and fluttered the fall’s first yellow leaves onto the heads and shoulders of the Tercentenary Theatre crowd ...
An exhibition opens at the Fogg Art Museum this Saturday (Oct. 6) that will have lots of people talking.
President Drew Faust will hold office hours for students and staff in her Massachusetts Hall office on the following dates:
The atmosphere was cheerful and upbeat as volunteers, young and old, from Harvard and beyond, gathered on a bright autumn morning last Saturday (Sept. 29) for what organizers and University officials hope will be the first in a long tradition of an annual University-wide Day of Service.
The J.P. Lemann family has made a major gift to Harvard University to endow permanently its Brazil Studies Program. The first significant commitment of Drew Faust’s presidency, it signals the importance of international priorities at Harvard.
Harvard University has received the approval from the Board of Directors of the Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA), the city’s planning and economic development agency, for plans for the Harvard Allston Science Complex, the first new academic building of the University’s planned extended campus in Allston. Following completion of the zoning approval, construction can begin. Formal groundbreaking is expected to be in November.
In conjunction with the Oct. 12 inauguration of Drew Faust as president of Harvard, the Harvard University Archives has developed two special exhibitions that highlight the history of Harvard, its governance, and its presidency.
President Drew Faust will hold office hours for students in her Massachusetts Hall office on the following dates
At its second meeting of the year on Sept. 26, the Faculty Council reviewed the Ph.D. program in Information, Technology and Management, considered a proposal for open access to scholarly articles, and was joined by President Drew Faust for a start-of-term discussion.
Company's coming, and Harvard is bringing out the good silver. The installation of President Drew Faust on Oct. 12 is one of the rare occasions when the ...
At Cambridge. Is kept in the College there. Seems but little the worse for wear. That’s remarkable when I say It was old in President Holyoke’s ...
Incoming President Drew Faust will be formally installed as Harvard’s 28th president on Oct. 12 at an outdoor ceremony in the Tercentenary Theatre.
On Monday (Sept. 17), in tiny Appleton Chapel, Drew Faust made her first address at Morning Prayers as president of Harvard University.
The threat of thunderstorms on Sunday (Sept. 9) persuaded planners of the Opening Exercises for the Class of 2011 to move the event from the tree-shaded lawns of Tercentenary Theatre to the varnished vaults of Sanders. The venerable auditorium, Harvard’s largest indoor venue, was filled to capacity by the crowd of freshmen and their parents.
The inauguration of Drew Faust as Harvard’s 28th president will feature time-honored tradition — ancient artifacts and silver — world music, and talk of tomorrow’s promise.
During this short hot summer, approximately 120 undergraduate scientists spent more time on the laboratory bench than at the local beach. These fledgling biologists, chemists, and engineers were participating fellows in the Harvard College Program for Research in Science and Engineering (PRISE).
Incoming President Drew G. Faust will be formally installed as Harvard’s 28th president on Oct. 12 at an outdoor ceremony in the Tercentenary Theatre. An academic procession, featuring representatives of universities from around the world, will begin at 2 p.m. The installation will begin at 2:30 p.m. The event will be open to all faculty, staff, and students.
Dear Members of the Harvard Community, Harvard has an important role to play in environmental stewardship. Through research, education, and the planning ...
In a historic first, Harvard on Wednesday (May 2) hosted "Women at the Top: The Changing Face of the Ivies," a summit of the five women who lead, have led, ...
Drew G. Faust, president-elect of Harvard University, dean of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, and Lincoln Professor of History, has been named the recipient of the 2007 Harvard College Women’s Professional Achievement Award. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Women’s Leadership Awards.
Seven years into the new millennium, Harvard has taken steps to lessen its impact on the environment. These are already bearing fruit, putting the University at the forefront of the national move to create environmentally friendly practices, buildings, and institutions.
Alan J. Stone has agreed to stay on as vice president for Government, Community and Public Affairs through the 2007-08 academic year, President-elect Drew G. Faust announced Monday (March 19).
Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr., a member of Harvard's History Department from 1954 until 1962, died Feb. 27 in New York City. He was 89.
The inauguration events for Harvard's 28th president, Drew Gilpin Faust, will take place beginning the evening of Oct. 11. The inauguration will continue with the installation ceremony scheduled for Oct. 12 at approximately 2 p.m. More details will be made available as plans progress.
Text as prepared for delivery Seven years ago, when I was named as the first dean of the new Radcliffe Institute, I said I was deeply honored to have ...
Drew G. Faust, an eminent historian and outstanding academic leader who has served since 2001 as the founding dean of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, will become the twenty-eighth president of Harvard University, effective July 1.