As early applications soar, 977 candidates are admitted to the class of 2019.
Lecture celebrates the release of American Art at Harvard, Volume One
From the capital campaign to strategic priorities: a Harvard Corporation perspective on the institution at year-end
More disclosures about the study of attendance in Harvard courses
The professor in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences led Harvard’s Water Security Initiative.
The renovated Harvard Art Museums open
Harvard Medical School’s $750-million capital campaign
Harvard Center for Green Buildings and Cities hosts inaugural challenge conference.
Welcoming the University community through a series of special talks and celebrations, the Harvard Art Museums re-introduce themselves.
At the Hutchins Center, a new gallery opens with an exhibit exploring life in African cities.
Arts and Sciences professors condemn and vote against changes in health benefits.
A Kennedy School working paper shows that losing elections can take a big toll on partisan voters’ happiness.
With the largest gift in the school’s history, and $14.5 million in hand, the undergraduate program will launch next fall.
Highlights from Dean Michael D. Smith’s annual report
In a private meeting with University leaders and a public forum, faculty group pushes for divestment.