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Currently dean of the Rice University School of Architecture, Whiting will assume her new post on July 1. 

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A conference looks back at Harvard’s 1969 student strike. 

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Her book Amity and Prosperity: One Family and the Fracturing of America is the choice in general nonfiction.

 

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A Harvard summit probes how to meld universities’ academic and external aspirations.

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The Russian-American journalist challenges “moral defaults” about immigrants. 

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A tenure track, resources for recruiting and retention, childcare, and more contribute to changes in the professoriate.

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The author’s father, Noah Gibson, playing fiddle with friends at an Irish music session

Photoraph courtesy of Lydialyle Gibson

A personal story about caregiving and empathy

4.19.19 | Opinion

Photograph by Tommy LaVergne/Rice University

Currently dean of the Rice University School of Architecture, Whiting will assume her new post on July 1. 

4.17.19 | News

Alan Gilbert ’65, Ph.D. ’74 (twice suspended, separated, and readmitted in 1973 by a two-thirds faculty vote) speaks at a gathering of current and former student activists three days before Friday’s conference. 

Photograph by Lydia S.C. Rosenberg/Harvard Magazine

A conference looks back at Harvard’s 1969 student strike. 

4.17.19 | News

Click on image for full book cover

Her book Amity and Prosperity: One Family and the Fracturing of America is the choice in general nonfiction.

 

4.16.19 | News

A Harvard summit probes how to meld universities’ academic and external aspirations.

4.8.19 | News

Homi Bhabha (left), Masha Gessen (center), and Jacqueline Bhabha (right)

Photograph by Tia Ann Chapman

The Russian-American journalist challenges “moral defaults” about immigrants. 

4.8.19 | News

Click on arrow at right to see full chart
Source: Data from Office of Faculty Development & Diversity

A tenure track, resources for recruiting and retention, childcare, and more contribute to changes in the professoriate.

4.5.19 | News

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