His Empire of Cotton: A Global History puts slavery in an international context.
The former U.S. Representative and the NASA astronaut will speak on May 27.
President Drew Faust discusses the academy’s role in climate change—and partnerships with China—in an address at Tsinghua University.
In Beijing, a conversation on climate change and academic collaboration
A newly identified group of neurons that play a role in consciousness may have implications for the treatment of schizophrenia.
Just weeks after a gala reopening, the director announces plans to step down.
Using a stem-cell based screening method, Chad Cowan has found drugs that convert white fat cells to energy-consuming brown fat.
Will lead Harvard’s applied-sciences faculty during search
Michael George and Anna Hagen will study at Oxford and Cambridge, respectively.
Seniors Ruth Fong and Benjamin Sprung-Keyser win two or three years of study at Oxford.
Former Microsoft CEO supports 50 percent increase in faculty ranks.
Mining Harvard’s fiscal year 2014 report for nuggets on employee benefits, financial aid, and more
At the Arts and Sciences meeting, objections to monitoring of students—and changes in health benefits
Led school during period of rapid growth—and huge ambitions
Comprehensive set of priorities unveiled