The new executive education center at Harvard Business School was funded by Ratan Tata, former chair of the Tata Group.
Harvard School of Public Health rethinks professional education in a digital age.
Dean Lizabeth Cohen lays out priorities and shows off a new public-art garden.
Dean Julio Frenk lays out his hopes for the school’s second century.
Research and student financial aid are priorities amid centennial celebrations.
Eight professors on public health’s past and future—combatting malaria, improving humanitarian aid, educating healthcare leaders, and more
HBS’s Class of 1963 reflects on the occasion of their fiftieth reunion.
The author discusses his bestseller, Zealot, at Harvard Divinity School.
In the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, efforts are under way to attract more tenure-track women.
Lawyer James Ryan, new dean of Harvard Graduate School of Education, is a scholar and champion of equal educational opportunity.
The Internet has led to cultural and economic changes that tilt power away from large organizations, argues Nicco Mele in a new book.
Gina McCarthy affirms President Obama’s commitment to addressing climate change.
The Faculty of Arts and Sciences considers “consultation, communication, and governance.”
A Baker Library | Bloomberg Center exhibit helps commemorate women’s history at the school.
Honors and appointments for faculty members