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Trying To Treat Africa

The Bush White House’s December 2003 call for grant proposals to the $15 billion President’s Emergency Plan for Aids Relief

Harvard May Receive $115M

The Ellison Medical Foundation is close to completing discussions with Harvard for a $115 million gift to establish a research

Dean ‘Venky’ To Step Down From Post

Armstrong Professor of Engineering and Applied Sciences Venkatesh “Venky” Narayanamurti announced on Tuesday that he will step down as dean

Dean ‘Venky’ To Step Down From Post

Armstrong Professor of Engineering and Applied Sciences Venkatesh “Venky” Narayanamurti announced on Tuesday that he will step down as dean

Harvard May Receive $115M for Global Health

The Ellison Medical Foundation is close to completing discussions with Harvard for a $115 million gift to establish a research

Engineering Dean To Step Down Next Year

Venkatesh “Venky” Narayanamurti announced today that he will step down as dean of the Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Six Elected to Faculty Council

Six professors were elected last week to the Faculty Council, four of whom were vocal critics of University President Lawrence

Gould’s Widow Sues Doctors

The widow of renowned Harvard evolutionary biologist Stephen J. Gould has sued three doctors at Harvard-affiliated hospitals for allegedly failing

Three Vice-Provost Positions Created

In a move to further centralize University activities in Mass. Hall, Provost Steven E. Hyman said last week that three

Initiative Will Get Up to $100M

The Harvard Initiative for Global Health (HIGH), a new interdisciplinary pet project borne out of the University Provost’s office, is

AIDS Deaths Tied to Delays

A specialist working with Harvard School of Public Health (SPH) researchers on AIDS treatment in Nigeria said yesterday that up

Allston Development Forges Ahead

A Harvard task force will recommend today that future Allston development be anchored around two science complexes of 500,000 square

SPH Grant Draws Criticism

An official from the Association of American University Professors (AAUP) said yesterday that Mass. Hall’s control of a Harvard School

University Takes Control of Grant

In an unprecedented move toward centralized control, top University administrators last summer took direct authority over the administration of a

Yale, Columbia Students To Strike

Graduate students at Yale and Columbia voted late Wednesday to begin strike action on Monday, withholding all teaching and grading

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Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

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Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads