Harvard in the World
Many American institutions are re-examining their ties to Saudi Arabia after journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed earlier this month. Despite its long-running links to the Saudi royal family, Harvard has opted to wait out the tide of criticism.
President of Panama Juan Carlos Varela spoke at the IOP and met with Harvard affiliates from Central America as well as President Bacow Thursday.
Eric L. Ding, an alumni of the School of Public Health, has announced his bid for the U.S. House of Representatives to represent Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional District.
The Institute for Global Law and Policy at Harvard Law School partnered with the Thailand Institute of Justice to launch workshops focused on sustainable development.
Higher education experts say increased national scrutiny of sexual assault and misconduct could affect the search for Harvard's next president.
Amid growing tensions between Cuba and the United States under the Trump administration, Harvard will continue to support students in their academic endeavors abroad in Cuba.
Harvard launched a five-year lecture series to commemorate the career of a Mexican archaeologist, an effortt to promote work from Harvard’s office in Mexico City.
A metallic-gold shipping container at the Divinity School is connecting Cambridge students with refugees from Iraq, Gaza City, Jordan, and Germany.
Students hoping to travel the world had to first travel across the University’s campuses for a contest offering two international travel fellowships as its grand prizes.