Douglas Melton creates working beta cells from stem cells for eventual use in treatment of Type 1 diabetes.
The vice president on Ebola, ISIL, China, and Russia at HKS
The medal is the University’s highest honor in the field of African and African American studies.
Gift establishes the Ülker Center for Nutrient, Genetic, and Metabolic Research.
Stephen Blyth succeeds Jane L. Mendillo at Harvard Management Company.
After a 15.4 percent investment return, the losses sustained in the 2008 financial crisis are nearly recouped.
Professor Lurie and graduates Eberhardt, Oppenheimer, and Gentry are awarded $625,000 fellowships.
The University asks employees to assume more of their health care costs.
The new musical Finding Neverland at the American Repertory Theater once again revives the myth of Peter Pan and his creator, J.M. Barrie.
Study could lead to better support of adolescents growing up in the digital world.
The endowment manager’s president and CEO to step down
Gift from Seth Klarman, M.B.A. ’82, and Beth Klarman funds project.
The president on what Harvard owes the future, and the former mayor on opposing the suppression of ideas and discourse
The student speeches, the awarding of degrees, the honorands—and an Aretha Franklin song
Harvard confers honorary degrees on five men and three women—and perhaps hopes for a stirring song from the “Queen of Soul.”