Steedly, remembered for her eloquent writing, unfussy demeanor, institutional dedication, and passion for dogs, died on Jan. 4 due to breast cancer. She was 71.
“He captured the room when he was in it and swept the rest of us up at that time with him,” a former coworker said of Stager.
Kennedy School Dean Douglas W. Elmendorf said one of Juma’s outstanding characteristics was his tireless energy and “infectious enthusiasm.”
The students will be formally inducted into the society on Nov. 29.
Brothers Daniel and Jordan Allott, who are currently working on a documentary to understand how Trump won the 2016 election, spoke at the IOP Wednesday.
If the groups have their way, voters in this fall’s UC elections will be casting their ballots on whether or not to make the rare virus the “official disease” of Harvard.
Borders, who has led the WNBA since 2016, shared anecdotes during a conversation at the Kennedy School Tuesday about her life and career in the nonprofit, public, and private sectors.
Executive Chair of the World Economic Forum Klaus M. Schwab went on to present an optimistic view of what he termed the “fourth industrial revolution.”
The Grey Book is a written set of guidelines detailing the complex code of conduct expected of all professors at the University.