Attorney Michael Keating’s initial findings
Harvard and MIT see learner needs driving change online—and on campus.
Five seniors and one graduate will attend Oxford in 2014.
The Smith Campus Center will open in 2018.
Harvard School of Public Health rethinks professional education in a digital age.
The Democratic leader speaks on pay equity and affordable quality childcare for women.
Harvard will begin work in 2016, after assessing projects at Quincy, Leverett, and Dunster.
A generational change at Harvard’s senior governing board
Dean Lizabeth Cohen lays out priorities and shows off a new public-art garden.
From big data to the frontiers of basic and applied science, faculty members share intellectual aspirations for FAS campaign.
Funding Harvard College, the graduate school, scholarship, and engineering
Dean Michael D. Smith discusses the priorities of the $2.5-billion FAS campaign.
Dean Julio Frenk lays out his hopes for the school’s second century.
Research and student financial aid are priorities amid centennial celebrations.
Eight professors on public health’s past and future—combatting malaria, improving humanitarian aid, educating healthcare leaders, and more