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.
Polygyny has mainly negative consequences for women, children, and unmarried young men—and is linked to violence among nations.
Calestous Juma sees agricultural innovation as a catalyst to promote development.
Beyond case-method classes at Harvard Business School
Students grapple with the fate of the rainforest in a changing climate.
Brief life of a Harvard conspirator: 1916-2000
A multidimensional poverty index, based on the ideas of Amartya Sen, reveals a different map of the world’s poor.
Can an HIV-infected person safely have a child with an uninfected partner? Harvard scholars highlight a new approach.
In agreeing to help administer PEPFAR (President Bush’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief), Harvard chose in part to step outside its traditional missions of training and research. But now that funding may be waning.