The course, entitled GHHP 70: “Global Response to Disasters and Refugee Crises,” is intended to teach students to apply global health theory and policy to real-world humanitarian crises.
With construction on the Smith Campus Center set to ramp up later this year, Harvard administrative offices and businesses displaced by the renovations have recently moved to new temporary locations.
Harvard Business School launched last week the Precision Trials Challenge, a contest that challenges participants to find a better way of conducting clinical trials to get a drug approved.
Kara Donohoe, a massage therapist for Harvard University Health Services’ Center for Wellness, filed a class action lawsuit against Harvard on Monday, alleging that the University has misclassified her and other employees as independent contractors, thereby denying them benefits.
Asbestos found in Harvard building materials recently forced at least one undergraduate to temporarily relocate out of his room in Winthrop House.
Harvard researchers recently linked a symptom of autism with the malfunction of GABA signaling pathways, discovering the first proven connection between autism and a specific neurotransmitter in humans.
More than two and a half months after the expiration of their previous contract, members of the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers remain engaged in “very frustrating” contract renegotiations with the University, HUCTW director Bill Jaeger said Monday.
HUDS employees, Harvard students, and other Harvard affiliates gathered last Wednesday to talk about the proposed changes to the worker health insurance plan. The event was sponsored by the Student Labor Action Movement.
Students from across a variety of organizations gathered inside the Phillips Brooks House last week to hear testimonials from HUDS workers, who expressed concerns over possible changes to health care.
HUDS employees, Harvard students, and other Harvard affiliates gather to talk about the proposed changes to the worker health insurance plan. The event was sponsored by the Student Labor Action Movement.
Students stand during a moment of silence at the end of the AIDS Day vigil on Tuesday night.
Students gather near Memorial Church for a candlelight vigil on Tuesday night to show support for those affected by the disease.
In honor of World AIDS Day, Harvard students and affiliates gathered Tuesday evening in two forums to pay tribute to people who have lost their lives to the disease.
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.