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FAS Dean Search Narrows

President-elect Drew G. Faust is narrowing her list of candidates in the search for the next dean of the Faculty

Professors Turn Down Requiring History

Professors rejected a call to add more history to the proposed general education curriculum in a close vote at yesterday’s

Graduate School Dean Resigns

Theda Skocpol, the strong-willed dean of Harvard’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS), announced Tuesday that she will leave

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Graduate School Dean To Resign

Theda Skocpol, the strong-willed dean of Harvard’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS), announced Tuesday that she will leave

Outcry Follows Tenure Rejection

Graduate students began collecting signatures yesterday for a letter protesting the University’s decision to deny tenure to Associate Professor of

Teaching Report Draws Few Profs

Just a month ago, professors packed into University Hall to discuss the final report on general education. Yesterday, at the

Faust To Start Search for Dean

President-elect Drew G. Faust launched the search for a new dean of the Faculty Arts and Sciences yesterday, saying she

Faculty Welcomes Faust at Meeting

CORRECTION APPENDED Professors greeted President-elect Drew Gilpin Faust in University Hall with scattered applause and later a standing ovation during

FAS Releases ‘Real-World’ Core Reforms

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences released its final report on general education yesterday, setting the stage for a vote

Committee Releases Final Gen Ed Report

A committee of professors released its final report on general education today, setting the stage for a Faculty vote to

Secondary Fields Open to Seniors

Members of the Class of 2007 will be the first students in Harvard history to graduate with secondary fields on

Ec. Dept Approves Minors Proposal

The Economics Department, already home to the largest number of undergraduate concentrators, voted unanimously at a meeting Tuesday to open

Gen Ed Task Force: Debate ‘Constructive’

The authors of the latest report on general education responded yesterday to criticism of their proposal at Tuesday’s Faculty meeting,

Gen Ed Draft Causes Stir in Faculty Meeting

Economists want more economics. English professors want more literature. And historians want more history. Among the areas of study proposed

Faculty To Discuss Gen Ed Report

Six weeks after its release, the Preliminary Report on General Education will meet its critics today as the Faculty of

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