The DPLA, its leaders say, will place the resources of top research libraries in the world in the pocket of every American.
Some professors say that the College is ill-equipped to offer a comprehensive undergraduate education on the modern Middle East.
Despite the squad’s posting an 18-4-2 record, the Faculty Committee on Athletics banned the team from taking part in the NCAA tournament for the second straight year.
Delegates from the Chinese government signed an agreement yesterday with Harvard that leaders hope will bring more Chinese students to ...
Harvard is solidifying plans to lead one of the largest national efforts to create a digitized public library, which might eventually include all printed books.
University Professor Michael E. Porter yesterday responded to accusations made by former Dean of the College Harry R. Lewis ’68 at Tuesday’s Faculty meeting.
Former Dean of the College Harry R. Lewis ’68 questioned University President Drew G. Faust on whether the University should actively criticize a University professor for his financial ties with Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.
Dean of Harvard College Evelynn M. Hammonds has acquiesced to pressure and agreed to change the name of the Optional Winter Activities Week, she said at yesterday’s Faculty meeting.
But after nearly 15 years, Nancy M. Cline will leave this summer as her position is folded into the newly centralized administrative structure of the University-wide library system.
The event—in its second year, after FAS Dean Michael D. Smith established the program last year—salutes staff members throughout FAS for their commitment to the school.
Still $35 million in the red, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences has maintained a restriction on the hiring of visiting professors, instead favoring the use of less expensive post-doctoral students to fill teaching positions.
The Faculty of Arts and Sciences revised the Latin honors system for graduating seniors by Faculty vote at a meeting Tuesday.
The consolidation of IT systems, first announced in March 2010, is scheduled to be completed this June.
Harvard and MIT libraries today announced the possibility of a long-term collaboration that will explore joint efforts to preserve digital materials, ease access between library catalogues, and build a new shared storage site.