Arthur Kleinman and colleagues explore the Chinese people’s yearnings after a century of upheaval and disasters.
John Briscoe tackles water insecurity around the world.
An undergraduate travels to Namibia in the hope that, by flinging herself to a faraway place, she will figure things out.
An undergraduate captures Ghana’s growing private-school system in photographs.
An undergraduate documents the impact of microfinance and rural banking in Ghana.
An undergraduate journalism intern in France gets lost in translation, but found by new friends.
An undergraduate journalism intern explores Korea’s shaved-ice cafés—and her feelings about being a food writer.
Chung To quit Wall Street to sponsor schooling for
China’s “blood orphans.”
Preparation for international practice
Though China may surpass America as an economic power, Harvard can retain
its global leadership in higher education by maintaining its core strengths.
Recent unrest derailed Marshall Ganz’s leadership development project for youth.
Meet Harvard’s resident Egyptologist.
President Faust visits Chile and Brazil.
The former smoker turned anti-smoking guru directs Harvard School of Public Health’s Center for Global Tobacco Control.