Dressed in a cap and gown, Bo Guagua, the deposed Chinese Communist Party leader’s son whose whereabouts have been the subject of international media speculation for weeks, showed up for his Harvard graduation last Thursday.
Jane L. Mendillo, president and CEO of HMC, earned $3.5 million. HMC Managing Director and Head of External Management Andrew G. Wiltshire received $5.5 million, making him the highest-paid official at HMC in 2010.
Paul J. Finnegan ’75 has been selected as the newest member of the Harvard Corporation, the University’s highest governing body, the University announced Wednesday. Finnegan’s appointment is the latest in a series of additions to the Corporation as part of a multi-year restructuring that includes the imposition of term limits and an expansion in the number of members.
Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology announced Wednesday that the two institutions will spend $30 million each to jointly launch an online platform that makes lecture videos, class exercises, and quizzes available online to learners anywhere.