Firms are profitable, but the nation’s living standards aren’t rising.
Highlights from the second University-wide Harvard Initiative on Learning and Teaching conference
The nation’s gain may be Harvard’s loss.
Evolving perspectives on where and how edX and HarvardX courses work—and don’t
Blavatnik Family Foundation’s $50-million gift aims to support development of early-stage Harvard research into human cures
Harvard news: Oprah at Commencement, Cass R. Sunstein, College admissions and costs, union contract, quiz-show titles overturned, sustainable-investing vice president, and more
The University approaches a public fundraising drive
The two-day W50 summit focused on closing the gender gap.
Harvard news: Allston development, education dean departs, social investing, multimillion-dollar gifts to universities, and more
Inaugural xDesign conference meshes business with design.
Harvard re-engages original architect for Science Center site.
Major academic and building priorities come into focus.
The institutional master plan notification form Harvard filed in October 2012 no longer relies on debt-financing or unrealistic endowment payouts.
An unusual art collection in an unexpected place
Harvard divests the Arsenal on the Charles complex, in Watertown—once considered swing space in its ambitious Allston growth plans.