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The library will stay open on weekdays until midnight, instead of the usual 10 p.m., next fall and spring.
According to experts in cyber security, there may be nothing that Harvard and institutions like it can do to fully protect themselves from future attacks from hackers.
Francis J. Doyle III will take the helm of a school that just received the largest donation in Harvard’s history and that is slated to relocate to Allston in just four years.
Administrators maintain that the criticism will do little to hurt their fundraising efforts, but one fact remains: John Paulson’s record gift to SEAS has brought record scrutiny to Harvard’s $6.5 billion capital campaign.
The security breach to Faculty of Arts and Sciences and central administration information technology networks may have compromised email login information.
The record $400 million donation from hedge fund magnate John A. Paulson that renamed the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences comes during a transitional phase of a school whose enrollment has fast outgrown its resources.
Theodore “Ted” J. Gilman will step into his role on July 1, just two years after Beth A. Simmons, a professor in the Government Department and then the head of the center, resigned in protest in 2013.
The gift will establish a permanent endowment for SEAS—which will now be known as the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences—as the school prepares to move into new facilities in Allston, Harvard announced on Wednesday.
Margot Gill, currently the administrative dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, will become the Faculty of Arts and Sciences’ first administrative dean for international affairs.
Deemed “failing on a variety of fronts,” Harvard College’s core curriculum was doomed to start.
Harry R. Lewis '68, interim dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, sat down with The Crimson to discuss fundraising, computer science, and SEAS’s move to Allston.
With a new concentration in Theater, Dance, and Media, Harvard bridges the gap between academics and extracurricular activities.
After decades of administrative shutdown, the College is set to launch its first formal program in Latino Studies, but many are calling for something more.
After two Mass. Hall decisions prompt controversy, some Harvard professors are calling for a centralization of faculty governance.