As Benjamin Franklin famously (kind of) said, “at Harvard, nothing can be said to be certain, except lazy TFs and overeager students.” Whether because they’re struggling with an assignment or hoping to suck up to their grader, overeager students can regularly be found at TFs’ office hours. So for those lazy TFs out there, here are the top five ways to deter students from showing up when you’re just trying to get ahead on your dissertation and watch some Hulu.
Harvard has planned an additional “transformative suite of projects” for Allston valued at $10 million, in addition to the $28 million community benefit package. There will also be a $2 million public realm flexible fund.
While the overall size of the faculty stayed virtually the same in FY 2103, the report notes that FAS conducted 73 tenured or tenure-track searches in the past year, the highest number since the financial crisis. In total 46 job offers were extended, 21 to women and 15 to minorities. Of those offers, 28 candidates accepted, nine declined, and the statuses of another nine are classified as pending.
According to NCAA bylaw 188.8.131.52, a student-athlete begins a season of eligibility as soon as he engages in a contest against outside competition. This flow chart follows the path a student-athlete could have taken after being accused of collaboration in the Gov 1310 scandal.
Since resident deans were first made aware of the Gov 1310 cheating scandal in August 2012, the incident has been a central part to many lives at Harvard and affect the athletics teams.
Harvard's endowment saw an 11.3 percent return on its investments, rising to $32.7 billion.
The Harvard Campaign is looking to raise $6.5 billion, a sum that will be distributed among teaching and research initiatives, financial aid, “the student experience,” capital improvements, and “flexible funding to foster collaborations and initiatives.”