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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

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Harvard May Receive $115M

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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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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Dos Besos

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A World Cup Malcontent

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Then Rain Comes

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