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The letter, drafted by Law School Professor Wendy Jacobs (pictured), asks the EPA to withdraw a proposal that would require that the raw data of any study used to inform policy be publicly available, saying the rule would exclude key studies and harm human health.

Letter opposes possible EPA shift

Harvard officials, hospital leaders call on agency to withdraw proposed ‘transparency’ rule, which they say would bar use of best science data



A signing ceremony with  John A. Paulson, M.B.A. '80, and President Drew Faust marked the celebration of Harvard's largest gift. The $400 million will  support research, teaching, financial aid, and faculty development for Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, which has been renamed in honor of Paulson.

Big boost for SEAS

John A. Paulson’s $400 million gift will fuel School’s rapid growth in technology, engineering fields



Francis J. Doyle III, a chemical engineering scholar at the University of California, Santa Barbara, will become dean of the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences on Aug. 1.

A new dean for SEAS

Francis J. Doyle III, chemical engineering scholar at UC Santa Barbara, takes post in August