The medal is the University’s highest honor in the field of African and African American studies.
Harvard’s communications vice president moves to Gates Foundation.
Gift establishes the Ülker Center for Nutrient, Genetic, and Metabolic Research.
Professor Stephanie Sandler teaches Osip Mandelstam’s “Wasps,” and the power of listening.
At Harvard, the Ivy League critic faces faculty and student interlocutors.
Stephen Blyth succeeds Jane L. Mendillo at Harvard Management Company.
After a 15.4 percent investment return, the losses sustained in the 2008 financial crisis are nearly recouped.
Eight University affiliates are recognized by the National Book Foundation.
Harvard aims to “learn to change the world” at a moment of crisis and promise in schooling.
The Edgerleys’ campaign gifts recognized
Paypal co-founder and venture capitalist offers contrarian business views in a talk at Harvard Business School.
Harvard explores learning, teaching, and institutional change.
Professor Lurie and graduates Eberhardt, Oppenheimer, and Gentry are awarded $625,000 fellowships.
The Harvard president touches on key issues in higher education.
A robust first year of public fundraising