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Two administrative fellows and one graduate assistant are spending the academic year in the Office of Student Life to implement College diversity initiatives.
Moses was honored for his extensive work as the leader of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee during the height of the American civil rights movement.
This week, FM puts a spotlight on Rakesh Khurana, Dean of Harvard College.
Dean Khurana reads through a stack of papers in his new office in University Hall during his "downtime".
Dean Khurana sits down at lunchtime to chat with freshmen in Annenberg. Khurana says he spends three-fourths of his time talking to students.
Dean Khurana takes his iconic black Business School backpack with him virtually everywhere.
Current Dean of the College and Cabot House Master Rakesh Khurana sits with his daughter and wife, Stephanie, in 2010.
Rakesh Khurana, a scholar of leadership and organizations, crossed the Charles River to the College to rearticulate its purpose and retool the workings of its administration.
The email from Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana came hours after Boston medical workers initiated a quarantine for individuals suspected of exhibiting Ebola-like symptoms.
Several student attendees said all professors and teaching fellows, not just students, should have been notified of the threats through an official email from administrators.
Members of a student-faculty working group convened to address issues of race and inclusion at the College have started meeting and plan to draft a set of recommendations by the academic year's end.
Dean of the College Rakesh Kurana, center, mediates the discussion between Micheal J. Puett, left, and Charles M. C. Lee, right, about the American Dream in Sanders Theatre on Saturday.
The photo campaign aims to change the pervasive mindset in India that leads to objectification and violation of women, organizers said, opening dialogue in India about taboo subjects surrounding sex.
New Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana is prioritizing facetime with undergraduates over courting potential Harvard donors.