The petition calls on Dench and GSAS administrators to hire ESL tutors at the school’s Writing Center, among other requests.
Michael Liu ’19, Olga Romanova ’19, and T. Mattea Mrkusic ’17 have been named Harvard’s three newest international Rhodes scholars.
The Office of International Education’s student advisers shared their experiences studying abroad as people of color Thursday evening.
As Typhoon Mangkhut — so far labeled the most powerful storm of the year — struck Southeast Asia, Harvard students checked in with loved ones back home.
The students requested that HKS replace John Kasich as the main addressee or add another speaker to the commencement program who better international students.
Harvard College has seen an 8.9 percent increase in international applicants while other universities have observed their applications from foreign students fall.
Faust traveled to D.C. last week to meet with Democratic lawmakers about the “deep concerns” she has about reauthorization of the Higher Ed Act and immigration laws.
Harvard's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences saw a 2 percent increase in applications from abroad this year, despite a national drop in international applicants.
Dozens of Harvard affiliates remain uncertain about their futures after government officials announced changes to the Temporary Protected Status program this month.
University President Drew G. Faust joined over two dozen university presidents to form a coalition to support undocumented and international students on U.S. campuses.
Harvard seniors Terrens Muradzikwa ’18 and Mandela Patrick ’18 will continue their studies abroad at Oxford as international Rhodes Scholars.
“My mom had to tell me to go to sleep,” Muradzikwa said. “I was awake until around 4 a.m. trying to keep up to date with the rally that was going on. And my mom was like, ‘no, you need to sleep.’”
The Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs worked with Harvard schools, research centers, academic departments, and student organizations to host internationally-minded events throughout the week.
After the U.S. and Turkish governments announced they would stop issuing most visitor visas, some are worried that Turkish scholars may be barred from coming to the country.