Sociology professor Matthew S. Desmond was one of several Harvard affiliates to be awarded the Pulitzer Prize, taking top honors in the “general nonfiction” category.
Five Harvard affiliates are slated to speak at a “March for Science” in Boston Common on April 22.
“I think seven minutes is a good window of time. So I don’t really see a reason to mess with the system,” Allison S. Chang ’19 said.
As Congress begins formulating a new budget, some professors and researchers at Harvard Medical School are concerned about potential cuts in federal funding.
The Economics department has been working with Psychology professor Mahzarin R. Banaji to recruit female faculty and faculty of color.
The Government department will lose its second female professor in a single year—a trend department administrators hope to combat with future hires.
A task force at Harvard Medical School will meet over the next few months to formulate recommendations about how to make the school more inclusive.
President Donald Trump’s attendance at a Medical School-affiliated event drew particular attention and fanned the flames of an ongoing controversy over Dana-Farber’s choice of venue.
Durba Mitra, a scholar of sexuality in South Asian history, will join WGS as its first full-time faculty member in fall 2017.
Following protests led by HMS students, the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute will not relocate a fundraiser planned for Mar-a-Lago, but vowed to avoid "controversial" venues in the future.
Hundreds of Harvard Medical School have signed a petition calling on the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute to relocate a Feb. 18 fundraiser away from President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.
A set of explosions that happened thousands of years ago could provide clues about the formation of the earliest stars, according to Robert A. Simcoe, a research fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study.
Some Harvard professors and researchers say they are worried about how Donald Trump’s presidency could affect federal funding for scientific research.
In an Oct. 20 report, Princeton’s Task Force on General Education wrote that it had consulted a series of peer institutions, including Harvard
Professor Michèle Lamont explores the experiences with racism faced by five distinct ethnic groups spanning three cities on three continents in her latest book.