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With changes in U.S. immigration policy possible, Harvard outlines its support network for undocumented students who might be affected.

Support for the undocumented

With changes in U.S. immigration policy possible, Harvard outlines its support network for students who may be affected


Harvard's Eric Maskin, Adams University Professor (left), and Oliver Hart, the Andrew E. Furer Professor of Economics, discuss life after winner a Nobel Prize.

Nobel winner, times two

Economics professors reflect on their careers, interests, and how the prize affected them


Alex Dalgarno, 87

Memorial Minute - Faculty of Arts and Sciences


Meredith Weenick (from left), Archon Fung, and Danielle Allen are the co-chairs of a University-wide task force to examine issues of inclusion and belonging on Harvard’s increasingly diverse campus.

A more inclusive Harvard

Task force co-chairs outline initial efforts to make all at University feel they belong


"My goals are informed by the College’s mission of educating citizens and citizen-leaders for our society," said Danoff Dean of Harvard College Rakesh Khurana.

The year ahead for Rakesh Khurana

In a Q&A session, College dean outlines prospects for increasing inclusion, implementing single-gender group policies, and broadening social offerings


Harvard President Drew Faust

For Faust, new year brings fresh challenges

In Q&A, Harvard president muses on single-gender groups, endowment concerns, the centrality of diversity and the humanities, and how she spends her downtime


Dean of Arts and humanities Robin Kelsey wants to use the current generation's penchant for cooperative undertakings to nurture art projects that will cross departments and Schools.

Deeper creativity

Dean Robin Kelsey talks about the future of the arts and humanities at Harvard