Note: The $450 million in funding allocated for the SEAS priority overlaps with that of other priorities.
It was an unusual year at Harvard, marked by three University closures, two major scandals, and an act of terrorism just miles away.
Harvard College's financial aid budget has increased from $103 million in the 2007-2008 academic year to a record $182 million in 2013-2014.
The world of science and Harvard's undergraduate curriculum have both seen tremendous change since Harvard School of Public Health Professor Joseph D. Brain first taught "The Human Organism" in 1971.
As Canadian undergraduates watch the federal election unfold today in their home country, they will see one candidate who is a fellow Harvardian—Michael G. Ignatieff, a 1976 graduate of Harvard’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and a former professor at the Kennedy School.
Students Protest, Pen Open Letter In Response to Professor’s Tenure Denial
Harvard’s Graduate Student Union Begins Strike
What the Hell Happened: Harry Styles Appropriates Ballet
Graduate Student Union Begins Picketing in Harvard Yard
Graduate Student Union Protests Impact Classes, Finals Review Sessions