Harvard Business School
‘I Had to Prevail’: Wall Street Exec Ray McGuire ’79 Talks Resilience at Harvard Business School Class Day
Harvard Business School graduating students, affiliates, and families gathered on Baker Lawn Wednesday for the school’s class day ceremony, which featured an address from Wall Street executive Raymond J. McGuire ’79.
Bacow and John Kerry Discuss Global Energy Transition at Inaugural Harvard Climate Symposium
Special Presidential Envoy for Climate and former U.S. Secretary of State John F. Kerry discussed the global climate crisis with outgoing University President Lawrence S. Bacow at the inaugural Harvard Climate Symposium on Tuesday.
Ex-HBS Professor Sues Harvard for Allegedly Mishandling Tenure Review After Chinese Restaurant Email Spat
Former Harvard Business School professor Benjamin G. “Ben” Edelman ’02 has filed a lawsuit against Harvard for allegedly mishandling his tenure consideration process.
Kim Kardashian Fulfills ‘#BucketListDream’ With Visit to Harvard Business School
Students and affiliates were abuzz last Friday following a guest lecture from Kim Kardashian at Harvard Business School.
Political and Military Experts Talk Future of Leadership at IOP Forum
The Harvard Institute of Politics hosted a panel of political, business, and military experts on Tuesday to discuss the need for a new generation of young leaders in America.
Jay O. Light, Former Harvard Business School Dean, Dies at 81
Jay O. Light, who served as dean of the Harvard Business School from 2005 to 2010, died of cancer earlier this month at his home in Massachusetts. He was 81.
Harvard Business School Covers Full Tuition for 10 Percent of Students
The Harvard Business School rolled out a new financial aid program earlier this month that covers the full cost of tuition for about 10 percent of its MBA students.
Harvard Schools Host First In-Person Graduation Ceremonies in Three Years
Harvard's 12 schools hosted their first in-person graduation ceremonies in two years this week.
Harvard Business School Receives $5 Million Donation to Establish New Sports Management Fund
The Harvard Business School received a $5 million donation to create programming and provide financial support for students interested in sports management careers.
BGLTQ Alumni Reflect on Harvard and the Workplace in HBS Panel
Seven BGLTQ HBS alumni spoke about their experiences at Harvard and beyond at a panel hosted by the HBS PRIDE club and the Business School’s LGBT Alumni Association on Tuesday.
The Kraft family dedicated the largest endowed fellowship fund to Harvard Business School in its history.
Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Donates $24 Million to Harvard Business School
The Kraft family, which owns the New England Patriots, donated $24 million to Harvard Business School earlier this month to establish the Robert K. Kraft Family Fellowship Fund, which will be the largest endowed fellowship fund at the school.
Bosso Ramen Tavern Surfs Into Harvard Square
Bosso Ramen Tavern, a new Japanese restaurant specializing in small plates, sushi, and ramen, held its Harvard Square grand opening on Saturday.
Harvard Graduate Council Discusses Student Group Funding, Constitutional Amendments
The Harvard Graduate Council met Monday night to discuss student group funding, distributing free menstrual products, two constitutional amendments, and one amendment to its bylaws.
HGSE Receives Record-Setting Donation
The Harvard Graduate School of Education received the largest donation in its 102-year history last week. Provided by two anonymous Harvard Business School alumni, the gift includes a direct $30 million and an offer to match up to $10 million in additional donations.
Business Leaders, Researchers Discuss Challenges and Opportunities Facing AI in Health Care
Business leaders and researchers discussed the opportunities and difficulties of implementing artificial intelligence solutions in healthcare in a virtual event jointly hosted by Harvard Business School and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Harvard Business School Case Study Method
This year marks the 100-year anniversary of the case study teaching method being introduced at Harvard Business School, pictured here.
Students, Faculty Reflect on 100 Years of Harvard Business School’s Case Method
One hundred years since its inception, the case method has evolved into a cornerstone of Harvard Business School.
‘A Wide Range of Experiences’: Harvard Clerical and Technical Workers Incorporate Remote Work
Harvard’s more than 5,000 unionized clerical and technical workers have faced different transitions back to working on campus. Juggling health guidelines as well as employees’ needs and preferences, many departments switched — temporarily or permanently — to hybrid arrangements.
Emphasizing Harvard Credentials, Bulgarian Politicians Win Parliamentary Election
A new political party founded by a pair of Harvard graduates is set to take power in Bulgaria following its victory in the country’s Nov. 14 parliamentary election.
HBS Students Praise Datar’s Diversity Efforts, Call for Greater Engagement in Second Year
One year after Srikant M. Datar was named as Harvard Business School’s 11th dean, Harvard Business School students praised his efforts towards diversity and inclusion, but said they were disappointed with his engagement with second-year students and student organizations.
Dean Srikant Datar
Srikant Datar, the eleventh dean of Harvard Business School, assumed office at the beginning of this year.
Harvard Lowers Undergrad Testing Frequency Following Decrease in Covid Cases
Harvard decreased the testing cadence for vaccinated affiliates in undergraduate housing on Monday in response to a decrease in positive Covid-19 tests among undergraduate students.
‘We Are a Complete Outlier’: HBS Moves Some Classes Online Amid Covid-19 Outbreak
In an email to all MBA students on Thursday, four HBS administrators wrote that the school has counted 121 cases among MBA students since July 1, with close to 60 students in isolation that day. First-year students made up roughly 75 percent of those positive cases.