@HARVARDRESEARCH DEBUTS ON TWITTER
From basic science to the arts and humanities, research advances happen every day at Harvard. Now, for the first time, there’s a single source dedicated to research news from across disciplines and across the University.
A new Twitter account, @HarvardResearch, aims to showcase the breadth of Harvard’s research enterprise and the collective power of the University’s creativity and discoveries. Through a partnership involving all of Harvard’s Schools — and drawing content from each — @HarvardResearch is a one-stop source for news on all the latest advances in research, scholarship, and the arts across Harvard.
To follow @HarvardResearch on Twitter, visit http://twitter.com/HarvardResearch.
LIVE WEBCAST INFORMATION FOR COMMENCEMENT AND HAA MEETING
University Information Systems (UIS) Video Services will stream a live video Webcast of the Commencement Day activities on June 4, at http://livevideo.harvard.edu. Commencement Exercises will be broadcast from 9 to 11:30 a.m., and the Harvard Alumni Association (HAA) afternoon meeting will run from 1:45 to 4:15 p.m.
Please note that the link will be deactivated between broadcasts, and the video format supported for the Webcast is RealNetworks Real Media. For more information, the Webcast Event Help Guide can be found online.
Comcast will also broadcast Commencement exercises and the HAA meeting. In Cambridge the events will be broadcast on Channel 54, in the Cambridge/Greater Boston Area on Channel 283, and in Boston/Brookline on Channel 12.
HARVARD EXTENSION SCHOOL TO HOST INFORMATION SESSION
With more than 600 courses and a multitude of liberal arts and professional degree programs to choose from, the Harvard Extension School will host a general information session on June 17 from 5 to 9 p.m. in Memorial Hall and the Science Center. Individuals interested in applying to a degree program, taking a course or two, or simply wanting to learn more about the Harvard Extension School are invited to the session.
As a bonus, one attendee will be selected at random to receive one tuition-free, nonlimited enrollment course to be taken during the 2009-10 academic year.