Harvard news: Allston development, education dean departs, social investing, multimillion-dollar gifts to universities, and more
Harvard College imposes penalties severe following investigation of undergraduate academic misconduct
Three-quarters of students investigated were required to withdraw or placed on probation
More applicants seek, and are granted, early-action admissions decisions.
Zimbabwe winners boost Harvard’s 2013 scholars total to nine.
Seven Yale students, two each from Cornell and Stanford, and one from Brown also honored.
Glenn Hutchins ’77, J.D.-M.B.A. ’83, co-chair of FAS campaign, makes a $30-million gift.
Helen Vendler on how to welcome and nurture the poets and painters of the future
In the dean’s annual report for 2012, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences achieves a budget goal—and sketches its ambitions
Harvard news: Graduate School dean Xiao-Li Meng, Marc Hauser, University Professor Eric Maskin, and more
The College investigates more than 100 students in an exam-cheating case—and explores broader teaching and learning concerns
Harvard begins massive online courses through its edX venture with MIT and Berkeley, aiming to improve education on and beyond campus
Dean Michael Smith’s annual report to the faculty
Internal “services-held-in-common” organization and single point of online entry to the library are unveiled.
The president and deans discuss the College’s academic-integrity challenges in a Faculty of Arts and Sciences meeting.