Harvard’s Chief Information Security Officer Christian Hamer offers best-practice guidelines to guard against phishing attacks.
A Veterans Day ceremony at the Memorial Church included the announcement of Harvard's partnership with Service to School's VetLink.
Student residents find a tranquil retreat, scenic backdrop for celebrations.
Pritzker Commons at the Science Center offers students a space to study, collaborate, and connect.
HBS teachers draw on 30 years of industry data at a Harvard Ed portal talk aimed at helping small business owners develop strategies to compete in a changed marketplace.
Elton John, AIDS activist and award-winning musician, has been named the Harvard Foundation’s humanitarian of the year, and will speak at a Nov. 6 ceremony.
Harvard Library’s Peer Research Fellow program assists students with research questions, taking them way beyond the basics.
Harvard’s Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs sponsors Worldwide Week to showcase the University’s global outreach.
Harvard University on Monday unveiled plans for a new hub of arts innovation in Allston, the ArtLab.
After two years and 450,000 documents, the digitized Colonial North American Project will be available online to the public in late October.
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With words of hope and rousing calls to action, the fifth annual W.E.B. Du Bois Medals ceremony brought the stars out at Sanders Theatre.
A new exhibit inside the Glass Flowers gallery at the Harvard Museum of Natural History proves that a bad apple doesn't always spoil the bunch.
At the Cabot Science Library camera, multimedia studios require no more than a flash drive and imagination.
Speakers and students shared their memories of S. Allen Counter during a service at the Memorial Church on Sept. 27.
A photo gallery of roommates in Harvard’s Class of 2020.
Malcolm Reid ’21 finds weeks on campus welcoming and busy.
After more than a year of renovations at Winthrop House, returning students have discovered a residence that combines neo-Georgian character with 21st-century amenities.
Harvard College alum and GSD student John Wang’s “100+ Years at 73 Brattle” is now installed as the winner of the third Radcliffe Institute Public Art Competition.
The fourth annual Student Late Night at the Harvard Art Museums welcomed guests with food, drink, and dance — and, of course, art.
Whether you’re interested in science, history, politics, art, technology, comedy, cooking, or sports, there’s something happening at Harvard this fall for you.
Long-term Harvard reaccreditation process advances. A team will visit in late October to examine the University’s self-study process.
Diversity Dialogue panelists discussed how the lack of diversity in children’s literature limits the imaginations of children of all backgrounds.
The Presidential Task Force on Inclusion and Belonging continues to seek recommendations from the University community as its deadline draws near.
The 25 gates in Harvard Yard manage a rare feat: They are pragmatic and artistic at the same time.
The midpoint of the Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center renovation project was celebrated in a traditional topping-off ceremony.
The 42nd annual Harvard Cambridge Senior Luncheon brought nearly 1,000 senior citizens to Harvard Yard for the special event.
A collection of scenes from the 2016-2017 school year at Harvard.
The high-end manufacturing and assembly workstations of the Maker Space will be open to all members of the Harvard community.
Colleagues, political leaders, and students praise a president who acted, and listened.
Harvard President Drew Faust announced that she will step down as president on June 30, 2018. The Gazette looks back on some memorable moments from the last 10 years.
Drew Faust, who became Harvard’s 28th president in 2007, has announced that she will step down on June 30, 2018.
Ideas in language, health, and astronomy are winners in this year’s Star Family Challenge, a grant that funds high-risk, high-reward research.
The team at Harvard’s Vice Provost for Advances in Learning Research hosted digital-learning practitioners from around the nation to discuss common challenges in their work.
The Presidential Task Force on Inclusion and Belonging’s campus-wide event provided questions, answers, and insight.
The annual Celebration of Scholarships dinner brought together students who benefit from financial aid and donors who support the program.
Misty Copeland, the American Ballet Theatre’s first black principal dancer, shares her life story with students.
Nearly 84 percent of students admitted to the Class of 2021 have chosen to matriculate at Harvard College. The last time the yield reached this level was in 1969.
In an annual ritual, Lowell House residents rise early to greet May Day by the river.
Undergrads Samuel Fisch and Lance Oppenheim take over Harvard’s Instagram account to highlight Arts First and the student experience of the arts at Harvard.
Professor Orlando Patterson is the 17th honoree of the Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations’ Portraiture Project.
Organized by an all-volunteer group of students, community members, and trained artists, the opera offers undergrads the opportunity to learn on the job while rubbing shoulders with seasoned professionals.
Sean Kelly and Cheryl Chen named faculty deans of Dunster House, while L. “Maha” and Amala Mahadevan will oversee Mather House.
The eighth annual Harvard Graduate Council’s Leadership Conference brought industry leaders from around the globe to share their experience.
More than 750 trade experiences, ideas at Sanders Theatre session to encourage a more inclusive Harvard.
HarvardX boosts on-campus reuse of online course content.
“A Celebration of Harvard Artists” marks the 25th anniversary of the University’s annual Arts First festival and Harvard’s ongoing commitment to supporting the study and practice of the arts across campus.
The Cabot Science Library is reopening as a dynamic student commons and high-tech space for study and research.
As the first American to be injured in the Iraq War, Marine Eric Alva shares the story of being gay in the military at Harvard’s final Faculty of Arts and Sciences Diversity Dialogue.
Professor Ronald Heifetz uses experiential teaching methods like student case analysis — in which students develop and collaboratively analyze cases drawn from their own work experiences of failure — to promote deeper engagement and stronger retention of leadership concepts.
Students, academic personnel, and staff from across Harvard will have an opportunity during an Afternoon of Engagement on Inclusion and Belonging to contribute their ideas on how to make the campus a more welcoming place for people from all backgrounds.