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Yale Psychologist Offered Joint B-School Tenure

The Psychology and Social Relations Department and the Business School are trying to lure a Yale social psychologist to a

A Foolish Consistency

S INCE THE UNIVERSITY pulled the rusty old Committee on Rights and Responsibilities (CRR) out of the shed last spring

Just Another Professor?

T HE RETURN OF A professor punished two years ago by the University for sexually harassing a female subordinate has

Sexual Harassment: Lesson or Legacy?

In the last two years Harvard's Government Department has been rocked by two publicized sexual harassment cases, both involving respected

Cleveland to Harvard: We're Not Pleased

First it was students criticizing Harvard. Now it's Cleveland. The city council of the Midwestern metropolis has issued a resolution

Jewett on the Issues: He Sticks Close to the University Line

L. Fred Jewett '57, the new dean of the College, doesn't appear likely to stray from the Harvard line when

Harvard Motorcycle Officer Stable After Monday Crash

A Harvard policeman remained in stable condition at Mt. Auburn hospital last night, recovering from injuries he suffered when a

A Busy Woman

When Professor of Anthropology Sally Falk Moore agreed this summer to be the dean of the Graduate School Arts and

Law Ad Board Stirs Protest

When 10 Law School students were given official slaps on the wrist for their participation in an anti-apartheid sit-in last

D.C. Budget Director Named to K-School Post

The budget director for Washington, D.C., will take a senior post in the Kennedy School in October, officials announced yesterday.

Doctor Denied New Trial for Rape

With Wire Dispatches A former Harvard-affiliated doctor and a Connecticut physician convicted four years ago of raping a nurse have

Faculty Club Workers Will Lobby To Flight Possibility of Relocation

Faculty Club workers, fearing relocation if the University hires a private company to manage the financially troubled club, have begun

Dean Nabs Treasury Position

President Reagan will nominate a Business School dean to be assistant secretary of the Treasury for domestic finance, the While

Discrimination Suit Reinstated After Appeal

A former associate professor of Afro-American Studies who sued Harvard in 1980 for discrimination has won the latest round in

A Busy Woman

When Professor of Anthropology Sally Falk Moore of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS), she decided she's have