Harvard fosters a culture of community service that embraces those who study, teach and work here. An essential component of today's Harvard education is the call to serve the greater community, both locally and globally.
President Drew Faust will hold office hours for students in her Massachusetts Hall office on the following dates:
Harvard students came together and tuned in to the national media at Election Night 2008 gatherings that ranged from small and quiet to large and loud, ultimately spilling into Harvard's Yard and Square.
A team composed of Harvard students and alumni was among the winners of the World Bank’s Lighting Africa 2008 Development Marketplace competition, held in Accra, Ghana, from May 6 to 8, 2008. The team’s innovation, microbial fuel cell-based lighting systems suitable for sub-Saharan Africa, netted the Harvard group a $200,000 prize.
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Students coming into universities today are “digital natives” and fundamentally different in their use of technology than the “digital immigrants” who teach them, according to John Palfrey, executive director of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society.
Education meets hands-on science as roughly 100 Harvard undergraduates fan out from beach to beach collecting insects for a new database of Harbor Island insect life.
Students from around the world come together at Harvard to speak the rhythmic language South African miners created during apartheid.