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Claudine Gay, social science dean and Cowett professor of government and of African and African American studies

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The initative includes interdisciplinary conversation, annual symposia, and a postdoc program. 

10.17.17

Naomi Oreskes

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Naomi Oreskes on climate change, politics, and advice for science journalists

7.20.16

Education for Sharing students play a learning game about the environment at a shelter in Norogachi, Mexico. 
Photograph courtesy of Dina Buchbinder

Dina Buchbinder Auron, M.P.A. ’16, uses sports to get children excited about solving global problems.

7.13.16

Incoming dean of students Katherine O’Dair
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O’Dair will begin as the new dean of students in August. 

7.12.16

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Harvard researchers ask whether market incentives can improve healthcare. 

6.29.16

A train on the Red Line of Boston's subway—one of three lines where Huttenhower's team collected data

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Curtis Huttenhower and colleagues analyze bugs on Boston’s T.

6.29.16

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Harvard had filed a brief urging the Court to uphold affirmative action last year. 

6.23.16

Barbara J. McNeil

Photograph by Len Rubenstein

Barbara J. McNeil will lead Harvard Medical School on an interim basis beginning July 31.

6.21.16

A change in a senior Harvard fundraising role

6.17.16