Harvard Medical School Dean George Q. Daley ’82 listed several life scientists he “expects” to see on the presidential search committee’s candidate shortlist.
“The fellows are really great because they bring perspectives that do not necessarily exist within the academic sphere,” Abigail P. Bloomfield ’20 said.
The Hasty Pudding will honor Kunis on Jan. 25 with a parade she will lead through the streets of Cambridge.
Members of the committee searching for Harvard’s next president convened secretly in one member's home Saturday, spending almost the whole day in private discussions.
The fellows will study the intersection of technology and public policy, as well as issues like climate change and the divide between rural and urban America.
Harvard officially filed a master plan for a segment of its Allston properties with Boston’s urban planning agency in early December—but the document will likely remain under review for weeks to come.
The eyes of Harvard’s undocumented students are turned to Washington as lawmakers negotiate a deal to protect undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children.
Faust’s successor could expect to make over $1.4 million annually—a pay raise for candidates likely on the shortlist.
Four percent of Business School graduates chose careers in public service in 2017—roughly double the number who did so the previous year.
“He captured the room when he was in it and swept the rest of us up at that time with him,” a former coworker said of Stager.
University President Drew G. Faust made a stop on her trip to the Midwest this week to give a surprise pep talk to students at a Cincinnati public high school.
Session’s decision comes just days after the first-ever medical marijuana dispensary opened in Harvard Square.
Lauren E. Brandt ‘01 will oversee student life initiatives as Harvard College’s next Associate Dean of Students, administrators announced Friday.
The mandate to hold a second election came after the National Labor Relations Board unsealed and counted 193 ballots remaining from Harvard’s first unionization election, held Nov. 2016, on Thursday morning.
“Less than 20 [candidates], they definitely should be doing candidate interviews,” said John Assunto, a managing partner of a search firm.
After waiting hours to hear the final decision, Harvard's winning duo jumped up and down when judges announced them as the victors in a 5–4 vote over Princeton University.
Harvard voted on a number of new shareholder proposals in 2017 related to indigenous rights, criminal background checks, and divestment from fossil fuels, according to an annual shareholder responsibility report released Tuesday.
Bol’s decision comes after a five year tenure in the job; he was the first person to hold the position, which administrators debuted in 2013.
Kappa Kappa Gamma—the third sorority to come to Harvard—is the first campus sorority to go co-ed since the College announced its social group penalties in May 2016.