Rebecca L. Walkowitz

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Rosovsky Vows to Stay the Course

No one ever said dean of the Faculty would be an easy job. But for the man often called the

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Disciplines Clash in Memo War

More than 4000 miles removed from this spring's nationally publicized inter-departmental controversy, Sociology Chair Aage B. Sorensen has remained absent--and

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BOK TO RESIGN

Only one year before Harvard's upcoming $2.5 billion-plus fundraising campaign is scheduled to kick off, the University's top two administrative

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A Harvard School of History?

At a University which seeks to recruit only the foremost scholars to its tenured ranks, maintaining and identifying excellence is

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Low-Profile Group Has Strong Impact

Every Wednesday from noon to 2 p.m., the chief executive officer of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) meets

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Soc. Stud. Demands Censure of Sociology

Social Studies head David S. Landes said yesterday he has urged Dean of the Faculty A. Michael Spence to censure

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Sociology Appoints Five Junior Profs

Even as the nationwide competition for talented young professors becomes increasingly tight, Harvard's Sociology Department has hired five new junior

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Spence Resigns to Take Stanford Post

Dean of the Faculty A. Michael Spence will leave Harvard this June to become dean of Stanford University's Graduate School

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Insensitivity Unjustifiable

T HE staff position asserts that "the issue comes down to whether sex should be allowed in Science Center bathrooms."

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Investments Target Fewer Companies

In an effort to increase control over its $4.5 billion endowment, Harvard money managers have tried to limit the University's

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Harvard Finances Remain Stable

Harvard, with an endowment approaching $4.5 billion, had a strong showing financially last year, maintaining its position as the nation's

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$135 Million Stakes: Building the Case

It's not often that Harvard sues its investment advisors for $135 million. And, the University isn't taking any chances. When

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Tradition and Changes Mix in Big Apple Vote

NEW YORK--At a victory party for New York City's first-ever Black mayor, the politics of tradition mingled with the spirit

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Wilson Taps Former Colleague for Radcliffe

When reporters received a tip that the new president of Radcliffe would come from the University of Michigan, at least

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Harvard Prepares Funding Pitch

Boston's Harvard Club. Sandwiches run about $12. Dinner entrees--French haute cuisine --cost around $18. Jacket and tie are required. And

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Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art

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ISIL is Not the End of the World

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The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

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