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PBHA Creates Public Service Czar

In an effort to provide more guidance for student community service groups—and to give a graduating senior non-profit experience at

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Portrait: Alan J. Stone

In one black-and-white photograph on the wall of his Mass. Hall office, Alan J. Stone looks exhausted, staring into the

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In ROTC Address, Faust Quietly Criticizes 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

University President Drew G. Faust softly criticized the military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy at the ROTC commissioning ceremony today,

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Faust Offers Parting Advice to Graduates

Forty years ago, University President Drew G. Faust graduated from Bryn Mawr College, headed for a career in academia. Yesterday

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In Baccalaureate Address, Faust Gives Harvard Seniors Parting Advice

Forty years ago, University President Drew G. Faust graduated from Bryn Mawr College, headed for a career in academia. This

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Leaders Call for Flexible Funding

As the Massachusetts House and Senate finalize bills to provide $1 billion for life sciences research over the next decade,

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HMC Bids for Timber Company

Harvard Management Company (HMC), which manages the University’s $35 billion endowment, made an offer late last week to take over

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Donor Conference Meets at Harvard

They descended on Cambridge in droves this weekend to see current undergraduates, hear lectures from faculty, and, of course, be

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Faust Creates Infrastructure Committee

The University will convene an advisory committee charged with recommending changes to Harvard’s physical infrastructure in Cambridge, University President Drew

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Funding Dispute Stymies Initiative

Four years ago, Harvard laid out an ambitious plan for a program to foster research at the intersection of computing

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Finance VP Resigns, Questions Linger

Staffers in the Office of the Vice President for Finance found what they have called an unexpected message in their

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Finance VP Steps Down

Elizabeth Mora, a 10-year Mass. Hall veteran who currently oversees Harvard’s budget and financial planning, will step down as vice

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Merck, Prof Combat Osteoporosis

A Harvard immunologist’s research focused on developing new therapies for the treatment of osteoporosis has resulted in a lucrative deal

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GSAS Dean Named Pulitzer Finalist

CLARIFICATION APPENDED The new dean of Harvard’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Allan M. Brandt, received further accolades for

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Mendillo to Return to HMC After Six Year Departure

Jane L. Mendillo, who worked at Harvard Management Company (HMC) for 15 years until her departure to run Wellesley College’s

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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

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