Matthew M. Beck
Mark D. Jordan, a popular professor with appointments at the Harvard Divinity School and Faculty of Arts and Sciences, will leave Harvard at the end of the semester to take a position at the Danforth Center for Religion and Politics at Washington University in St. Louis.
Award-winning documentary filmmaker, producer, and screenwriter Helen Whitney will give three speeches at Memorial Church for this year’s William Belden Noble Lectures series.
Nearly a year after the death of Peter J. Gomes, the search for a spiritual leader to fill his position at Memorial Church is still many months away from its conclusion.
Harvard teaching fellow Bradley John Spencer was arraigned Monday on charges that he sexually assaulted a woman on the Red Line.
Harvard Business School leaders held a breaking-ground ceremony on Friday to honor Indian tycoon Ratan N. Tata and officially begin ...
Zaleznik, who had been a faculty member at the Business School for more than four decades, authored over 16 books and 40 articles pertaining to innovation and business leadership.
After almost a year of planning, negotiating, and remodeling, the Harvard Innovation Lab officially opened its doors Friday afternoon.
Students at Harvard Business School joined the long list of supercomputer Watson’s victims in a game of Jeopardy! Monday on campus—but they went out with a fight.
Harvard graduates tend to underestimate the inequality of wealth distribution in the United States, according to a recent survey by Harvard Business School Associate Professor Michael I. Norton that was conducted through Harvard Magazine’s website.
Led by Business School professors Joseph B. Lassiter and Mihir A. Desai, the new General Education course is the first to be offered exclusively to undergraduates at the Business School.
Researchers at Harvard and Tufts have devised a groundbreaking new method of encryption that utilizes color-coded E. coli to hide messages.
The Harvard Black Men’s Forum issued an open letter yesterday in protest of the execution of Georgia death-row inmate Troy A. Davis, which was temporarily delayed by the Supreme Court Wednesday evening. Despite international controversy regarding the execution, Davis was executed at 11:08 p.m. last night.
Harvard Business School released the first set of admissions decisions Sept. 1 for the 2+2 Class of 2016.
Students from Harvard Business School and nearby schools competed yesterday in the 15th annual HBS Business Plan Contest, which provided contest awards of over $150,000 in cash and in-kind services to the winners and runners-up.
This past Friday, the cast of the 38th annual Harvard Business School Show—an original musical entitled “Somewhere Over the Footbridge”—parodied the life of Harvard MBA candidates in their final show after four days of performances.