A public interest movement redefines architecture.
A new documentary explores the three million feet of shelving at the Harvard Depository.
University announces results 15 months after public launch.
Design becomes a hands-on “study of culture itself” in the undergraduate architecture studies track.
Harvard Center for Green Buildings and Cities hosts inaugural challenge conference.
Robust capital-campaign fundraising, plus Design and Education School launch events
A robust first year of public fundraising
Local and global ambitions for “grounded visionaries” in architecture, landscape design, and urban planning
An ambitious Harvard research center’s quiet debut
Dunster House redesign, the University’s benefits costs, primate-care penalties, spatiotemporal thinking, and more
Details and analysis of the $6.5-billion Harvard Campaign
“Quiet-phase” gifts and pledges total $2.8 billion
Student-led teams Nucleik and MUSEY win Harvard challenges.