Climate change, divestment, the honor code, Olympics, fundraising, MOOCs, and more
Harvard and MIT researchers mine masses of data about online learning—and begin to address applications to campus classrooms.
Vice-presidential vacancies in finance and communications, sexual-assault legislation, grade inflation, and more
Harvard Business School’s Chao Center, College admissions, endowment managers’ compensation, and more
Harvard’s senior governing body effects a leadership transition.
Funding an agenda of intellectual ambition, educational innovation, international reach, and more
The first analyses of online-course registrants—and “dropouts”—and other MOOC news
The first separate online-learning venture from one of the professional schools
HarvardX for Alumni to be launched in March
Harvard discusses obligations and academic freedom
A larger deficit and continuing Harvard financial challenges—amid fundraising and rising expenses
The Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard School of Public Health, and Radcliffe Institute detail campaign goals
Harvard and MIT see learner needs driving change online—and on campus.
Harvard School of Public Health rethinks professional education in a digital age.
From big data to the frontiers of basic and applied science, faculty members share intellectual aspirations for FAS campaign.