Crimson staff writer
Harvard Business School will offer incoming MBA students the option to defer their enrollment for one to two years in light of disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Business School Managing Director of MBA Admissions and Financial Aid, Chad I. Losee announced last week.
Harvard Business School students have created several initiatives to provide assistance for the hospitals, businesses, and workers affected by the pandemic.
Harvard Business School Dean Nitin Nohria and Business School Executive Dean for Administration Angela Q. Crispi announced in an email last Monday that unforeseen coronavirus-induced economic complications have disrupted the school’s economic model.
Harvard Business School Online has decided to discount the price of its Credential of Readiness program — CORe, for short — from its usual $2,250 to $450 in wake of the disruptions caused by coronavirus.
Harvard Business School professors tracking the ongoing coronavirus pandemic say it has already negatively impacted business operations at every level.
Harvard Business School will extend the deadline for its deferred-admission Master of Business Administration program in light of the escalating coronavirus pandemic to June 1.
Harvard Business School Social Enterprise Initiative Director Matthew M. Segneri ’04 will soon succeed Jodi Goldstein as the new executive director of the Harvard Innovation Labs, a University-wide center for innovation and entrepreneurship.
Harvard researchers are among those from 13 countries who have designed the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument, a telescope that will soon map the locations of galaxies across the universe and explore dark energy.
Adriane Musgrave — who has lived in Cambridge for 10 years — said she will bring experience in nonprofit, corporate, and public sectors to the position. She wants to address affordable housing, economic opportunity for everyone, and high-quality city infrastructure and city services.