Harvard in the World
Amid growing tensions between Cuba and the United States under the Trump administration, Harvard will continue to support students in their academic endeavors abroad in Cuba.
Harvard launched a five-year lecture series to commemorate the career of a Mexican archaeologist, an effortt to promote work from Harvard’s office in Mexico City.
A metallic-gold shipping container at the Divinity School is connecting Cambridge students with refugees from Iraq, Gaza City, Jordan, and Germany.
Students hoping to travel the world had to first travel across the University’s campuses for a contest offering two international travel fellowships as its grand prizes.
Harvard's office in Johannesburg, South Africa is up and running, hosting fellowships, roundtables, and research partnerships for Harvard affiliates in the region.
Faculty and students gathered at a panel event to discuss how their work with the Center for Hellenic Studies is helping to expand Harvard's presence in Greece.
A documentary detailing Harvard's role in unprecedented cultural exchange between Cuba and the United States made its premiere at the Tsai Auditorium Monday evening.
After the U.S. and Turkish governments announced they would stop issuing most visitor visas, some are worried that Turkish scholars may be barred from coming to the country.
University President Drew G. Faust is “ramping up” advocacy efforts in Washington, D.C., where she will make the case for protecting undocumented immigrants and safeguarding research funding after Donald Trump’s unexpected ascension to the presidency.
Neurobiologists at Harvard Medical School have discovered the first link between a bone growth gene and cognitive functioning in humans and nonhuman primates.