Dean Evelynn M. Hammonds launches a national search for a director.
Harvard College reinstates nonbinding early-action for applicants.
As military service is opened to gays, the University agrees to end a ban dating to the Vietnam War era.
As the College prepares to renovate Old Quincy, it identifies temporary quarters for the displaced students.
The comic actress’s credits include Parks and Recreation and Saturday Night Live.
The College offers admission to 2,158 out of nearly 35,000 applicants.
Along with the policy change, the College announced increases in tuition and financial aid for the upcoming year.
A plan is in hand to rehab “Old Quincy” as a trial run.
The Faculty of Arts and Sciences convenes professors to talk about activity-based learning
Opportunities to explore social sciences across the disciplines, and business-oriented subjects
“Old Quincy” renovation will test designs and construction for comprehensive modernization of undergraduate residences.
The number of applicants for the College class of 2015 is almost 15 percent higher than last year’s.
The sociologist oversees a large Arts and Sciences division.
Faculty of Arts and Sciences dean Michael D. Smith looks beyond financial constraints to academic priorities, from better teaching to renovated undergraduate Houses.
A groundbreaking undergraduate concentration celebrates half a century.