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By using Facebook to analyze over 50 billion friendships across 187 countries, a recent study conducted in part by one Harvard professor suggests that people from “high social class” countries tend to have lower percentages of international friends.
As dozens of teams at the Harvard Innovation Lab tackle contemporary challenges with their entrepreneurial projects, Confi and Antera Therapeutics stand out in the field of medicine.
The Robert and Myra Kraft Family Foundation has pledged to donate $20 million to Harvard Business School to endow a fund to support research and the advancement of precision medicine.
The i-Lab was founded as a place for students across the University’s schools to collaborate on entrepreneurial projects and learn about innovation, managing director Jodi Goldstein said.
Under a rainy evening sky on Veterans Day, former service members, ROTC members, and civilians ran the steps of Harvard Stadium to raise money for a veterans’ education program.
The most recently released data indicates that the Business School is currently at 86 percent of its target fundraising efforts
Nigerian entrepreneur Aliko Dangote Dangote, named Africa’s wealthiest business man by Forbes, speaks during an event hosted by the Center for African Studies. Caroline Elkins, the CAS faculty director who opened the event, highlighted Dangote’s impact on growing Nigeria’s economy, likening Dangote to names like Rockefeller and Jobs for his “impact as a business leader and the ways in which he has been a change engine for not only his country, but his continent.”
Speaking to a room full of Harvard Business School students, Dangote advised staying aggressive and remaining in the market during tough economic times, and described an instance when his company faced forty two percent interest rates.
Stig Leschly, CEO of MATCH Education, gives the opening keynote at 2016 President’s and Dean’s Challenges Kickoff.
Construction Mitigation Director Edward G. LeFlore updated Allston residents Monday evening on the University's progress on SEAS, Business School, and community construction projects in Allston.
Heated debates and thought-provoking questions marked the Harvard Business School’s 12th annual Energy Symposium this weekend, hosted by the school's Energy and Environment Club.
Hosted by SEAS, Harvard Business School, and the Harvard Xfund, the event was one of the last of HUBWeek, a weeklong series of educational events in the Greater Boston area.
Elsa Sze talks about Agora, an online town hall she founded to promote accessibility to political participation, as part of HUBweek.
The two buildings will replace the existing Burden Hall building with around 105,100 square feet of new construction, approximately 35,000 square feet smaller than the project approved in the University’s 2013 Institutional Master Plan.
HBX Live classrooms will exist entirely online and in real time. In a custom-designed WGBH studio, a high-resolution video wall mimics the amphitheater-style seating of a Business School classroom.