A quick perusal of "In the News" section on thefacebook.com confirms that, if not everyone, then many at Harvard get
“Many students have less orientation towards reflection and more orientation towards résumé-building than students a generation ago. I do worry.
No journalist is ever satisfied with the level of access and information provided to him or her, and indeed, during
Harvard, MIT and the Cambridge-based Whitehead Institute announced last Thursday a sweeping new biomedical research center aimed at harnessing the
(L to R) GARY L. GOTTLEIB, Broad Institute Director ERIC S. LANDER, donor ELI BROAD, University President LAWRENCE H. SUMMERS, MIT President CHARLES M. VEST and Whitehead Institute Director SUSAN L. LINDQUIST announce a new genomics research center.
Published on June 19, 2003 Harvard, MIT and the Cambridge-based Whitehead Institute announced Thursday a sweeping new biomedical research center
Though their destinies remain intertwined in the form of an ongoing $102 million fraud suit, superstar Professor of Economics Andrei
University President Lawrence H. Summers will announce today a handful of long-awaited initiatives meant to fulfill his inauguration speech pledge
The University has begun the first wave of initiatives to raise money for graduate student aid and encourage public service,
Harvard Law School (HLS) Dean Robert C. Clark, who brought stability and growth to an ideologically divided faculty while catapulting
While a judge decides whether the government’s $102 million fraud suit against the University, an economics professor and a former
BOSTON—A small army of lawyers representing Harvard, two co-defendants and the U.S. government sweated a Federal District Court judge’s pointed
Beginning this spring, students, faculty and employees upset with working conditions or at odds with their colleagues will be able
Efforts at cooperation in fundraising extend beyond campaign planning, to a push by University President Lawrence H. Summers for reform