The annual Celebration of Scholarships dinner brought together students who benefit from financial aid and donors who support the program.
Realizing new dreams, Harvard’s four newest Rhodes Scholars unveil plans for their Oxford years.
Tim and Michele Barakett’s $25 million gift to The Campaign for Arts and Sciences will extend the impact of financial aid for undergraduates.
Two Harvard undergraduates, Ruth Fong and Benjamin Sprung-Keyser, are among the 32 American men and women chosen as Rhodes Scholars on Saturday. They will begin their studies at the University of Oxford next October.
Six Harvard undergraduates are among the 32 American men and women chosen as Rhodes Scholars on Sunday. They will begin their studies at the University of Oxford in October 2013.
In honor of the Aloian Memorial Scholarships program’s 25th anniversary, the Harvard Alumni Association has selected four students to receive Aloian scholarships. They will be honored on Sept. 27.
Four Harvard undergraduates are among the 32 American men and women chosen as Rhodes Scholars on Saturday. They will begin their studies at the University of Oxford next October.
Social enterprise solutions to long-term poverty and research into malnutrition among Australian indigenous people are the two topics that will be the focus of two Harvard students receiving inaugural Anne Wexler Australian-American Studies Scholarships in Public Policy.
President Drew Faust is traveling this week to highlight Harvard’s engagement with Latin America. In Brazil, she is reconnecting with alumni, exchanging ideas with the leaders of local universities, and meeting with Brazilian students who have studied alongside Harvard students or with Harvard faculty in Brazil.
Three Harvard undergraduates and a first-year Harvard Medical School student are among the 32 American men and women named Rhodes Scholars.
Harvard’s endowment earned an investment return of 11 percent for the year and was valued at $27.6 billion on June 30.
Four recipients of the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarship are now students at Harvard College.
Barely a month into the world as a new Harvard College graduate, Loren Galler Rabinowitz has already skyrocketed to success as the new Miss Massachusetts.
Lisa Kelly, a doctoral candidate at Harvard Law School (HLS), has been named one of 15 recipients of the 2010 Trudeau Foundation Scholarships, presented by the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation.
Harvard University today (April 23) announced that Sumner M. Redstone has contributed $1 million to be used by Harvard College and Harvard Law School. This contribution by Redstone, a graduate of both Schools, will establish scholarships for 20 Redstone Scholars to attend Harvard College for the 2010–11 academic year.
The Winston Churchill Foundation of the United States has awarded two Harvard College seniors Zhou Fan and Yi Sun Churchill Scholarships for 2010-11.
This year the Hiram S. Hunn Memorial Schools & Scholarships Award recognizes seven for their work with Harvard’s Schools Committee.
The second round of Harvard Allston Partnership Grant Funds totaling $100,000 are now available to community members and nonprofit groups to help support neighborhood improvement projects, cultural enrichment, and education programs benefiting the North Allston/North Brighton community.
Harvard’s financial aid program made the critical difference in leading many of the nation’s and the world’s best students to apply to Harvard College in these challenging economic times. A record 29,112 students applied for admission this year, compared to 27,462 last year. Enhanced a number of times recently, Harvard’s undergraduate financial aid program next year will be the most generous in its history, with $147 million in scholarships, an 8 percent increase from last year and a 167 percent increase over the past decade.
HARVARD-AFFILIATED MEEI NAMED ONE OF AMERICA’S BEST HOSPITALS; HUDS AND CRIMSON CATERING RECOGNIZED WITH AWARDS; DOCENTS SOUGHT FOR SEMITIC MUSEUM; AGREEMENT TO DOUBLE NUMBER OF SCHOLARSHIPS FOR COLOMBIAN STUDENTS; HU PRESS PUBLISHING MODERN GREEK STUDIES SERIES; HABITAT FOR HUMANITY SALE SET FOR AUGUST; HARVARD POPS BAND TO HOLD SUMMER CONCERTS; EXTENSION SCHOOL PROVIDES OVERVIEW OF PROGRAMS; A.R.T. BRINGS SHAKESPEARE TO THE SQUARE; SUMMER SCHOOL CHORUS TO PERFORM; ‘KIDNEY KABARET’ LETS HARVARD FOLKS SING FOR CAUSE; DEADLINES FOR ONLINE AND FIRST PRINT ISSUE
The Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation recently awarded $150,000 prizes to Harvard doctoral students Maria Banda and Jonathan Beauchamp.
The Harvard Asia Center, the Harvard China Fund, the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, the Korea Institute, the Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies, and the South Asia Initiative recently announced the recipients of student grants for summer 2008 and the 2008-09 academic year.
Harvard Medical School (HMS) Dean Jeffrey Flier announced March 21 that the School is taking steps to reduce the cost of a four-year medical education by up to $50,000 for families with incomes of $120,000 or less.
Bok Center offering half time postdoc fellowship, HSPH symposium to tackle thorny international health issues, Grants, fellowships available to HMS members, HSPH announces new scholarship opportunity, Docent-led tour at Semitic Museum upcoming, HMS center honors trio for global environmental efforts, Center for Wellness and Health announces spring bounty
Harvard senior Jay A.H. Butler has been named Bermuda's Rhodes Scholar for 2006.