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Richard Losick

A Nobel incubator

How a single floor in a single building fostered extraordinary scientific talent


Off the coast of Valparaiso, Chile, Harvard faculty led by preceptor Adriana Gutiérrez (photographer) take a break from their exploratory visit to the University of Chile in Santiago.

A world of potential

Support from PIFIE helps faculty develop 2019 study-abroad programs


“Like you, I’ve recently moved into Harvard Yard," President Larry Bacow told first-year students at Monday's convocation. "Like you, I’ve arrived here in the hope that I can make a unique contribution.”

A warmth to beat the heat

President Bacow and others welcome members of Class of ’22 at convocation


The Undergraduate Minority Recruitment Program encourages high school students to consider Harvard College.

Reaching out to welcome diversity

Student coordinators in Harvard’s minority recruitment program help raise understanding among applicants about accessibility, financial aid


“This was the most valuable academic and personal experience that I’ve had so far,” said Rafael Gracioso Martins, who received his A.L.M. from Harvard Extension School.

A tailor-made mix

Harvard Extension ‘was the best fit for me’


Departing FAS Dean Michael Smith’s investment in world-class scholars is paying big dividends, colleagues say.

A model faculty

FAS dean’s investment in world-class scholars is paying dividends