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.
The academic and MSNBC host talks about voting, the 2014 midterm elections, and democracy’s losers.
Drew Faust addresses the value of higher education
A Schlesinger Library exhibit reveals the domestic side of the war.
The Harvard Kennedy School’s leader will conclude his service at the end of the academic year.